Paris doodle, reportedly sold for ₹2 lakhs, is not an art work of Shah Rukh Khan

We know Salman Khan can paint, but Shah Rukh Khan? Don’t think so…

A Paris doodle-cum-drawing reportedly drawn by Shah Rukh Khan is doing the rounds in the media, and there’s rumours that the doodle has been sold for ₹2 lakhs.

However a source close to SRK Rukh has now clarified, “SRK has not drawn that doodle. We have no clue how and from where this doodle suddenly popped up. It just has his signature and from what we know, it was drawn by a fan who asked Shah Rukh to autograph it and he obliged. It’s not his creation.”

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So what’s the doodle about?

Its a black and white doodle (allegedly made in 1997) that portrays French – the Bastille, the Concorde, Voltaire, the French revolution to the Eiffel tower. The sketch also had a filmy touch with snippets like An Evening in Paris, Bhagwan ke liye mujhe chhod do, Tu Mera Hero no. 1, etc.

Reportedly, the doodle was in possession of a film critic-journalist and went under the hammer recently. The piece of art was auctioned for an amount of almost Rs.2 Lakhs.

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