Bollywood actor and co-owner of the Kolkata Knight Riders, Shah Rukh Khan, walks in for batting during a friendly match between support and administrative staffs of Royal Challengers Bangalore and Kolkata Knight Riders cricket teams at The M.Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore on May 14, 2011. Pic/AFP
Bollywood actor and co-owner of the Kolkata Knight Riders, Shah Rukh Khan, walks in for batting during a friendly match between support and administrative staffs of Royal Challengers Bangalore and Kolkata Knight Riders cricket teams at The M.Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore on May 14, 2011. Pic/AFP

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan and legendary leg-spinner Shane Warne were involved in a bit of a friendly banter on Twitter on the sidelines of the ICC Champions Trophy final between India and Pakistan at The Oval on Sunday.

The 51-old-superstar and the former Australian cricketer's association goes way back to Indian Premier League, where SRK is the owner of IPL franchise Kolkata Knight Riders and Warne was the captain of another -- Rajasthan Royals.

The two celebs caught up at London's The Oval, the venue for final where Warne was commentating and SRK released a mini-trailer of his upcoming film 'When Harry met Sejal'.

The 47-year-old former Australia star referring to a mock game at the Eden Gardens during the 2011 edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) Twenty20 tournament, tweeted, "Look forward to seeing you soon my friend! Should be a great game, I can also remember you smashing me around Eden Gardens a few years ago."

"Yeah sure in my dreams. I would ever be able to smash u around!" Khan responded.

Shah Rukh had faced a few deliveries from Warne at that time.

Earlier, Shah Rukh posted a photograph of himself wearing a blue shirt with India written on it and a tri-colour armband wrapped around his hand ahead of the final.

"All spruced up 2 cheer for CT17 Finals. Also excited to present the MiniTrails to the world," Shah Rukh who is promoting his upcoming movie "Jab Harry Met Sejal" tweeted.

To his tweet, Australian Warne replied: "Good luck mate!

"Look forward to seeing you soon my friend ! Should be a great game, I can also remember you smashing me around Eden Gardens a few years ago."

"Thank u mate. Been so long since we met. Be well & enjoy the match," Shah Rukh replied back.

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Later, former India openers and commentators Aakash Chopra and Virender Sehwag posted a picture with the "Raees" actor on Twitter.

Chopra wrote: "Let that feeling sink in a little."

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