Watch: Shah Rukh Khan shakes a leg at Karan Johar's 50th birthday bash
- Karan Johar celebrated his 50th birthday on Wednesday
- Several Bollywood celebs attended the bash
- A video of Shah Rukh Khan dancing has gone viral on the internet
While some Bollywood biggies were busy planning how to make the most out of their red carpet entry at filmmaker Karan Johar's grand birthday party, actor Shah Rukh Khan had other plans, that mostly involved a postern door.
The megastar opted for a private entry, away from the flashing cameras and paparazzi frenzy, and landed straight inside the party in true King Khan style.
Putting on his dancing shoes, Khan set the dance floor on fire as he grooved to 'Koi Mil Gaya', a track from Karan Johar's 'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai'.
Channeling his inner Rahul Khanna from the film, the 56-year-old actor was seen in his classic all-black ensemble, performing the signature step of the 1998 track. 'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai' starred Shah Rukh Khan, Rani Mukerji and Kajol in lead roles.
Unlike other stars, Khan was ushered in from a separate gate.
"SRK came back in the night itself and directly reached Yash Raj Studios for some work commitment over his next and most awaited film Pathaan. And so the superstar stayed there itself and attended the party," a source told Bollywood Life.
Another source told India Today, "Shah Rukh Khan was present at Karan's birthday bash. He arrived at the venue but made a very private entry from a different gate. This was to avoid getting clicked by the paparazzi," adding that he also skipped "getting clicked at Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor's reception party" in April.
Johar, who turned 50 on Wednesday, talked about his dynamic with the 'Raees' star in his 2016 autobiography 'An Unsuitable Boy'.
An excerpt from the book reads, "Yes, there was definitely a distance between us in recent years but that was because we were not working with each other. He was hurt that I didn't work with him. I was hurt that with 'Student of the Year', there was no acknowledgement from him, there was no love or support given to me."