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Shah Rukh Khan attended Bollywood producer Karim Morani’s birthday party recently, where the superstar was seen singing a part of Mika Singh’s latest song “Billo.” The singer shared a video on Instagram that shows SRK singing along with Mika.

Mika shared the video with the caption: “Happy #birthday to #kareemmorani. Had a great party, also the king of many hearts @iamsrk sang #Billo .. (sic).” The video shows Shah Rukh singing a part of the song, and is then joined by Mika. 

The birthday bash was held in a Mumbai restaurant and was attended by many other B-Town celebs. The video of “Billo” was released recently and features Mika along with former Miss Universe-Canada Hannah Simard. The single has been produced by T-Series.

Meanwhile, Shah Rukh will next be seen in two of his upcoming movies — “Fan” and “Raees.” The first will present SRK in a double role — one playing the star himself and the other his biggest fan. On the other hand, Shah Rukh will be seen as a cruel bootlegger in “Raees” that also features Mahira Khan.

Directed by Rahul Dholakia, “Raees” is one of the most awaited flicks of this year and is expected to have a box office clash with another most anticipated movie Salman Khan’s “Sultan.” Both the films are expected to be released around Eid this year.

Also, Shah Rukh will play the role of a dwarf in Aanand L Rai’s next untitled movie. The filmmakers has confirmed the news of SRK being a part of the film and also said that it will be an “entertaining and interesting love story.”

“It sounds it (story) is just about dwarf but it is much more than that. It is a much taller film. it is a very entertaining and interesting love story. I will be fool if I have Shah Rukh Khan in my film and have no romance and songs,” Aanand told the Press Trust of India. However, the leading lady of the film has not been confirmed yet.

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