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    Shah Rukh Khan and Priyanka Chopra came to the Capital to promote Don 2, their next release. The duo shared an infectious vibe, floored all with wisecracks and performed on the number Dushman Mera.

    They were here to release Don 2 comics ahead of the film's release on December 23.

    SRK turned down a request to perform with his Don 2 co-star at first saying - "Don ko dance karna nahi aata", but later relented.

    Delhi, though, is SRK's hometown, Priyanka Chopra too was given a warm welcome by Delhiites in the form of whistles and hoots, leading her to say, "Dilliwalon ko jungli billiyan bahut pasand hai."

    When asked what's jungli billi's choice? The lady in black was quick to reply. "Jungli Billi ko bhi kutte bahut pasand hai," pointing toward SRK. SRK was quick to make a barking sound and interestingly asked the audience to do the same - "whoof, whoof," soon the sound reverberated in Metro line.

    While performing on the song Dushman Mera, the duo hardly looked like jungli billi and err...kutta. Though they are hardly romancing each other in the film, their chemistry was rocking off-screen.

    While Priyanka was clad in jeans and jacket, SRK, the Don, skipped winter wear in Dili Ki Sardi. He merrily hopped around in jeans and a cheque shirt. Don ko sardi nahi lagti? Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani too were suitably dressed for the weather.

    SRK recently disappointed his Patna fans when he failed to promote his film there due to security issues. But he promises to visit Patna on December 22. On being asked if he's taking lesson in Bihari language, the actor wittily replied, "I will learn Bihari (language) from Priyanka Chopra. Afterall, she's from Jamshedpur."

    But he certainly didn't disappoint Delhi as he mouthed his famous dialogue from Don 2 before signing off - "Don ka dushman jab tak apni agli chaal sochta hai, Don apni chaal chal chuka hota hai."

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    Dec 2011



    Thanks for the news..



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