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The 69-year-old novelist took to Twitter to praise the actor on the seventh anniversary of the Karan Johar-directed film.
Shah Rukh too tweeted saying that it was sad that such films are "still relevant" and was grateful to the cast and crew for giving him such a great film. "It's kinda sad too that 'My Name is Khan' is still relevant. But thanks Karan, Ravi, Kajol, SEL, Shibani, Niranjan, Deepa, Jimmy & all cast/crew for a special film," the 51-year-old star wrote.
It's kinda sad too that MNIK is still relevant.But thx Karan Ravi Kajol SEL Shibani Niranjan Deepa Jimmy & all cast/crew for a special film- Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) February 11, 2017
Director Karan Johar also wrote on Twitter, along with a still from the movie, "Thank you Rizvan... for spreading your love... your message... your innocence... #7YearsOfMyNameIsKhan."
He also thanked Paulo for his words of appreciation. "So honoured you liked our film this much..." Karan Johar wrote.
So honoured you liked our film this much.... https://t.co/MSMQoGtDdC- Karan Johar (@karanjohar) February 11, 2017