Unlike his contemporaries, Salman Khan's tweets are rather spontaneous and very casual. While SRK is like the wise old man in his posts, Aamir only takes to the micro-blogging sites when there's a dire need.
"Bigg Boss 8" winner Gautam Gulati created quite a stir during his stint at the high-voltage reality show, and now that he's out of the mad house, he continues to entertain the fans with his tweets.
Like Salman, there are varying shades to his posts. While some have to do with awareness campaigns, rest are just random words thanking the followers. Known for having a mellifluous voice, the TV actor also posts videos of him singing for his fans once in a while.
Here are some tweets which reek of Salman-ism:
"Stand up against atrocities on women. Show your support! #BeWithBeti @anuranjan1010 @rahuljhangiani @GR8tvmag"
"1.stress ho toh bajao - 2.na ho toh bhi bajao - aur khushi mei toh bindaaaaaaaas bajao (love you #GGIANS"
"Ye PR nahi logo ka pyaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrrrrr hai -love you all #GGians"
"Ayo chatni banaye" (This post was accompanied by a rap)
"Hi ggians this is my first tweet ,using twitter for the first time- itna pyar ? Itna pyar ? Itna jyada wala pyar ? Kamaal karte ho yaar."
"U wana know why i used to sing urvashi urvashi ? Because it was a message for all of them ki jeet ka mantra hai take it easy policy lol per koi samjha hi nahi yaar lol."
The suave TV artiste, known for his role in popular series "Diya Aur Baati Hum", had quite an interesting journey on the show. From being the most-hated contestant to the most-admired personality outside the glass-walled house, Gautam sure deserved the coveted trophy for his stellar transformation.
He was saved from repeated nominations by the audience and was loved for his spontaneity, chiselled abs and good looks. While he mimicked Shah Rukh Khan more often than not, he is known to share a good rapport with the "Dabangg" star.