Shah Rukh Khan is all delighted with Barack Obama delivering his famous dialogue during the Siri Fort speech in Delhi on 27 January.
The US President on his final day speech, charmed everyone when he mouthed SRK's line "Senorita, bade bade deshon mein... You know what i mean," from blockbuster "Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge" (1995).
Though Obama uttered the line in his broken Hindi, he managed to bring huge cheers from the audience of about 2,000 students.
The President's Bollywood reference has since then been trending on Twitter with the hashtag #DDLJ.
Obama, in his speech, also cited examples of SRK and some sports icons like Milkha Singh, Mary Kom and Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi, while speaking on gender and religious equality.
The President on his three-day visit to India, stressed on developing strong relationship with the country. This was Obama's second visit to India during his presidential tenure. He also became the first US President to be the chief guest at the Republic Day parade on 26 January.
And now, the superstar wishes to dance with Obama to his superhit "Chaiyya Chaiyya" the next time he visits India.
"Chaiyya Chaiyya", a popular dance number from SRK's "Dil Se" (1998) has been composed by Oscar-winning music maestro AR Rahman.
Khan took to his Twitter handle to share the proud moment.
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 Khan (@iamsrk) January 27, 2015