Every year on Shah Rukh Khan's birthday, the star greets his fans who gathe in huge numbers outside his Mumbai residence 'Mannat'.
This year was no different, but at least 30 fans of the 'Badshah' queued up at the Mumbai police station to file FIRs after finding they were robbed off their phones on Thursday night when they stood outside the actor's residence to wish him on the eve of his 58th birthday.
Mumbai police have filed an FIR.
Meanwhile, SRK took to X (formerly Twitter) to express gratitude to fans for all the sweet birthday wishes.
He wrote, "It's unbelievable that so many of u come & wish me late at night. I am but a mere actor. Nothing makes me happier, than, the fact that I can entertain u a bit. I live in a dream of your love. Thank u for allowing me to entertain you all. C u in the morning...on the screen & off it."
Every year, fans gather outside SRK's home in large numbers to catch a glimpse of 'King Khan' of Bollywood, and the fans continued their ritual this year as well.
The 'Pathaan' actor appeared on the balcony of his Mumbai bungalow and waved at his fans. Starstruck fans from various cities queued up since early morning to wish the star in their own special ways. Many even carried sweets, t-shirts, and huge posters of SRK along with them.
On the work front, Shah Rukh Khan is riding on the success of two mammoth blockbusters 'Pathaan' and 'Jawan' and is gearing up for the release of his next 'Dunki', which is scheduled to release this December.