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Next time 'Chaiyya chaiyya': SRK to Obama

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Mumbai: Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan is delighted that US President Barack Obama incorporated his famous "Senorita" dialogue during an address in the national capital. Now King Khan hopes that Obama will groove to his hit number “Chaiyya chaiyya” some day.

Obama, who was in India on a three-day state visit, recollected that when he had first visited India in 2010, he had experienced some 'bhangra'.

Giving his speech a Bollywood twist, he delivered Shah Rukh's dialogue from the 1995 movie "Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge".

"Senorita, bade bade deshon ... You know what I mean," he said.

Even though he cut the popular dialogue short, Obama managed to draw a huge applause and cheer from the audience.

For SRK, one of Bollywood's top-rated filmstars and a global icon, it was a moment to feel proud.

“Proud 2 b part of the gender & religion equality speech of Pres. Obama. Sad he couldn't do the Bhangra... next time Chaiyya Chaiyya for sure,” Shah Rukh tweeted.

Composed by Oscar-winning music maestro A.R. Rahman, the popular dance number is part of the “Dil Se” sound-track.

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