The actor posted the English translation with a picture of himself sat in the mountains of Kashmir.
He tweeted: "Will do my own english translation of the poem & update. Am glad most liked the title...i am getting used to it myself... Jab Tak Hai JAAN."
After posting a second translation, the actor invited his followers from around the world to translate the poem in their tongue.
"Send me translations in your language and i will retweet it for others to read...aditya chopra's verses of love," he tweeted.
Khan, who has a global fan base, received translations of the Aditya Chopra-penned verse in Arabic, Bengali, Belorussian, Chinese, French, German, Spanish, Pashto, Farsi, Russian, Turkish, Sinhalese, Greek, Gujarati, Urdu, Italian, Japanese, Dari, Portuguese, Kannada, Indonesian, Hungarian, Sindhi and Swedish.
The film's title and first poster image were revealed on Tuesday (September 11) after months of speculation regarding the title.
Shah Rukh Khan, Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma star in the picture, which has been described as an epic saga of love.
Jab Tak Hain Jaan releases on November 13. Watch a trailer below: