Shah Rukh Khan Makes It To Indian Sign Language Dictionary
Shah Rukh Khan Gets Place In Indian Sign Language Dictionary Launched By PM Narendra Modi
September 23 is widely known as the International Day of Sign Languages. The World is at present awakening to the hurdles faced by the differently-abled. Governments all over the world are taking steps to ensure they live fulfilling lives. India too has done the same. On the occasion of the International Day of Sign Languages, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the Indian Signal Language (ISL) dictionary and it has an SRK connection.
The Indian Sign Language and Training Centre (ISLRTC) has developed and released a new visual dictionary in DVD form.
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan has got a place in the Indian Sign Language dictionary. The actor’s name is among some of the new words added. They are Deaflympics, online banking, carpooling and others. So if you want to say Shah Rukh Khan in sign language, hold the fingers of your right hand like a gun and tap on your heart twice.
#SRK is mentioned in the Indian Sign Language dictionary with 10,000 words launched by Narendra Modi. After being known by his Trademark Pose, King of Hearts gets a sign to be called out by a special disabled person.@iamsrk is the Pride & Emotion that will be written in history pic.twitter.com/IsqrPlN1Pd
— JUST A FAN. (@iamsrk_brk) September 23, 2021
On the work front, Shah Rukh Khan is busy with Atlee’s next, tentatively titled Lion. The movie has King Khan sharing screen space with Lady Superstar Nayanthara. He also has YRF’s Pathan co-starring Deepika Padukone and John Abraham. Salman Khan will be seen in a cameo.