A combination picture of Shah Rukh Khan (R) and his look alike (L).
A few weeks after actress Katrina Kaif's lookalike took over social media, now superstar Shah Rukh Khan's doppelganger's photograph has taken over the Internet like wild fire.
Mumbai-based celebrity photographer viral Bhayani shared several images of a photographer named Akram al-Issawi from Jordan, who shares an uncanny resemblance with the Bollywood's superstar.
In a slew of images, Akram al-Issawi can be seen striking poses like SRK. In one photograph he is seen sporting in a suit and sunglasses, just as SRK wears them.
In yet another picture, he is seen posing with a guitar.
"The amazing resemblance.. well it is Jordan-based photographer #akramaleissawi," the Indian photojournalist captioned the image.
Fans could not control their excitement looking at the doppelganger.
One wrote: "He looks better than SRK."
Another commented: "Second SRK".
A third user could not believe the striking resemblance: "Omg. what a resemblance".
Another fan said: "SRK ka humshakal".
Indo-Asian News Service
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