Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr A fascinating video has surfaced on the web and we can see Shah Rukh in the rearward sitting arrangement in the CM’s Santro. Mamata Didi dropping off SRK in her small car 😋 Wonder how long ago @iamsrk travelled in such a vehicle ? @quizderek pic.twitter.com/LbVrkLQY9v — Pratap Bose (@pratap_bose) November 15, 2017 Mumbai: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and Shah Rukh Khan share an awesome bond. The Bollywood hotshot, who tends to the legislator as Didi (sister), regularly visits her when he is in Kolkata, the City of Joy. Kolkata is practically similar to Shah Rukh’s second home. The on-screen character was supposedly in the city to initiate the Kolkata International Film Festival. He was dropped at the airplane terminal by none other than Banerjee, who has dependably been to a great degree steady of his work and administrations. A fascinating video has surfaced on the web and we can see Shah Rukh in the secondary lounge in the CM’s Santro. It is surely shocking to see SRK, who is honored with every one of the extravagances on the planet, on load up a little auto. Spectators at the air terminal were excessively curious, making it impossible to know after to what extent SRK rode in such a little auto. He stayed tight-lipped and picked not to react to the inquiries. Be that as it may, the unique connection amongst him and Banerjee was unmistakably noticeable. As a defensive senior sister, Mamata dealt with Shah Rukh as he got off the auto and the last touched her feet to look for her gifts. On Raksha Bandhan this year, SRK uncovered, “Each year I sit tight for an imperative wish. Didi’s Rakhi wishes on Raksha Bandhan day (sic).” The Badshah of Bollywood imparts an extraordinary relationship to Bengal. Strikingly, he is the co-proprietor of Indian Premier League establishment – Kolkata Knight Riders and is additionally the brand envoy of Bengal Tourism. For the uninitiated, Shah Rukh has tried the part of a Bengali man in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s film in view of Sarat Chadra Chattopadhyay’s novel Devdas in 2002.