American wrestler John Cena is one of the most celebrated WWE superstars the industry has ever seen and an inspiration to many. The 16-time world champion has also appeared in several Hollywood films and has a staggering fan base.
However, if you are an ardent follower of the ‘doctor of thuganomics’, you will see a weird trend in his official social accounts. Keeping up his image as an entertainer, Cena keeps on posting hilarious pictures and stuff, giving his followers, their daily dose of laughter. Not only that, but Cena’s profile is full of inspirational quotes by eminent personalities from all across the globe. And one of the celebrities he seems to admire is Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan.
While John Cena’s Instagram and Twitter carry enough proof of the fact, John Cena gave us another example of the same in a tweet of his.
Yesterday, Cena took to the micro-blogging site to share a quote by the Badshah of Bollywood.
“Neither power nor poverty can make your life more magical or less torturous” Shah Rukh Khan
— John Cena (@JohnCena) July 9, 2018
“Neither power nor poverty can make your life more magical or less torturous” Shah Rukh Khan.
Much to the joy of us fans, Shah Rukh Khan was quick to notice Cena’s status and came up with a reply of his own. Shah Rukh thanked the ‘Marine’ actor for sharing the good words and hailed him for inspiring a whole generation of kids!
Thanks my friend for spreading the goodness. It’s important to inspire so many kids who look up to u as their hero. https://t.co/nTyGVSrrrr
— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) July 9, 2018
“Thanks my friend for spreading the goodness. It’s important to inspire so many kids who look up to u as their hero.”
However, this is not the first time we are witnessing a conversation between these two legendary figures. Back in 2017, John Cena had shared Shah Rukh Khan’s famous TED Talks speech from his official Twitter handle. In a reply, Shah Rukh had expressed his wish to meet the athlete someday.
It is always amazing to see celebrities from different parts of the globe, hailing from different fields, involve themselves in casual conversations. And you got to thank Twitter for it.