After Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan’s arrest by the Narcotics Control Bureau, fans have been taking to social media to show their support for the king of Bollywood. A clip from the film The Lion King is going viral on social media. Shah Rukh and Aryan gave their voices for the Hindi-dubbed version of the film.
THE LION KING CLIP GOES VIRAL
Fans are showing support to Shah Rukh in different ways. Earlier, #WeStandWithSRK trended on Twitter. Now, fans have shared a clip from The Lion King. Shah Rukh Khan and son Aryan Khan gave voice to the characters of Mufasa and Simba respectively in the Hindi-version of The Lion King. In the clip, Mufasa saves Simba from Banzai, a hyena, and says, “Aaj ke baad mere bete ko aankh uthake dekha toh…akhari chetavani Banzai (You dare not harm my kid…this is the last warning Banzai).”
Aryan Khan sounded just like his father in the announcement clip of The Lion King. Shah Rukh had shared the film’s promo clip on Twitter and wrote, “Mera Simba (sic).”
On October 4, the Mumbai court sent Aryan Khan to the custody of the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) till October 7 in connection with a cruise drug bust case. Aryan Khan was detained on Sunday along with seven other people who were on the Cordelia Cruises’ Empress ship for a rave party.