India has reacted sharply to Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan's questioning by US airport immigration authorities.—Reuters Photo

Actor Shah Rukh Khan, who celebrated his birthday yesterday, was in for a sweet surprise when his Indonesian fans uploaded a five minute video on Twitter.

Marking the superstar's 46th birthday, the video has young Indonesian boys and girls organising a flash mob and dancing to SRK's hit number Chammak Challo in the middle of a bustling street at a Convention Centre in Bogor city, Indonesia. According to a report in Times of India.

Seeing the work of these young enthusiasts, Shah Rukh retweeted the video on his account. Excited to see King Khan retweeting the video link, his fan wrote, "Really happy when SRK retweet this video. Thanks for watching guys, come to Indonesia, to watch him live, here in December."

SRK as a part of his official world tour will be visiting Jakarta in the month of December this year, where stars like Rani Mukerji, Preity Zinta and Bipasha Basu are expected to join him.

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