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SRK and AbRam: This son-father duo is extremely adorable!

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By NewsGram Staff Writer

The Badshah of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan, has recently posted a photo on his Twitter timeline. The photo depicts a cute comparison between SRK and his little son, AbRam.

Millions of SRK fans have strongly agreed that AbRam is a carbon copy of the actor. However, SRK’s sister, Shahnaz, is of the opinion that the cute son stands nowhere when it comes to being ‘handsome.’ But, we bet your sister was joking, right SRK?

AbRam, who will soon celebrate his 2nd birthday, frequents his father’s Twitter timeline ever since the actor had first posted a photo of the cute son on Eid last year.

Recently, utterly adorable AbRam stole the limelight during an IPL match in Kolkata’s Eden Garden. It seemed like he loves his daddy SRK a lot, as AbRam was seen clinged to his father the entire time.

We wish that Shahrukh keeps his fans updated with AbRam’s naughty pics, so that his fans can also grab a piece of son’s sheer cuteness.

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Pessimistic Millennials Across the World Storm Twitter with Retirement Plans

A recent report by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) found that today, just 60 per cent of millennials are considered middle-class, compared to 70 per cent of baby boomers when they were in their twenties

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Millennials across the world stormed Twitter with suggestions how they would like to retire, using the hashtag #millennialretirementplans, and most of them had pessimistic and gloomy views about their golden years.

From living in their parents’ basements to colonizing the Mars only to destroy it like Earth, millennials (those born between 1980 and 2000) wished for early death via dark-themed jokes and memes about never been able to retire and putting the blame on Baby Boomers (those born worldwide between 1946 and 1964) and political upheavals.

“Hope we don’t die in our chairs during a meeting that could have been an email,” wrote one user.

“Watch as the environment disintegrates and move to Mars, where we will yet again, destroy another planet,” posted another.

Most of the millennials painted a bleak picture of their retirement plans.

“Why is this even on trending? We all know we’ll never be able to retire,” said another Twitter user.

“Cultivate my kids so they can become successful millionaires and live off of them,” wrote one.

There were several tweets about poor healthcare as a barrier to a good retirement.

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FILE – A man reads tweets on his phone in front of a displayed Twitter logo. VOA

“Work myself to death since healthcare is a debt sentence & social security won’t exist by the time I’m of ‘retiring age’. Or just wait for the nuclear apocalypse,” said one millennial user.

“Early death,” said one.

“Dumpsters are the new tiny houses,” posted another.

A few millennial users, however, made light of the situation.

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“Travelling around the world collecting Pokemon Go,” said a user.

Other comments were: “Have older people pay for you now, have younger people pay for you later,” and “become an anti-social media influencer”.

A recent report by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) found that today, just 60 per cent of millennials are considered middle-class, compared to 70 per cent of baby boomers when they were in their twenties. (IANS)