7 Cute Snaps of SRK & AbRam Watching KKR’s IPL Opener

Chris Lynn and Gautam Gambhir blew away Gujarat Lions and gave Kolkata Knight Riders an opening 10-wicket win in the Indian Premier League on Friday.

The Lions made a streaky 183-4, which looked tough to beat, but Lynn and Gambhir strolled to 184 without loss in less than 15 overs, leaving Shah Rukh Khan a happy owner.

Sharing his joy on the sidelines was his little lucky charm Abram. The father-son duo enjoyed the entire match together and some zoomed-in shots even gave us a peek of the temporary tattoos the two have got.

Both father-son were spotted donning a similar tattoo. (Photo: BCCI)
Both father-son were spotted donning a similar tattoo. (Photo: BCCI)
Little AbRam accompanied his father to Rajkot for KKR’s first match of the season. (Photo: BCCI)
Little AbRam accompanied his father to Rajkot for KKR’s first match of the season. (Photo: BCCI) 
Both father-son were spotted donning a similar tattoo. (Photo: BCCI)
Both father-son were spotted donning a similar tattoo. (Photo: BCCI)
Both father-son were spotted donning a similar tattoo. (Photo: BCCI)
Both father-son were spotted donning a similar tattoo. (Photo: BCCI) 
Venky Mysore CEO of Kolkata Knight Riders along with Shah Rukh Khan, Rajeev Shukla chairman of Indian Premier League and BCCI official Niranjan Shah at the Gujarat Lions vs Kolkata Knight Riders game. (Photo: BCCI)
Venky Mysore CEO of Kolkata Knight Riders along with Shah Rukh Khan, Rajeev Shukla chairman of Indian Premier League and BCCI official Niranjan Shah at the Gujarat Lions vs Kolkata Knight Riders game. (Photo: BCCI) 
Shah Rukh Khan, Rajeev Shukla chairman of Indian Premier League and BCCI official Niranjan Shah at the Gujarat Lions vs Kolkata Knight Riders game. (Photo: BCCI)
Shah Rukh Khan, Rajeev Shukla chairman of Indian Premier League and BCCI official Niranjan Shah at the Gujarat Lions vs Kolkata Knight Riders game. (Photo: BCCI)

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