Shah Rukh Khan is once again trending in India and Dubai. But why? You are incorrect if you think it’s for the upcoming film ‘Pathaan’. Should we spill the beans already?
After a brief break from work and keeping a low profile following the arrest of his son, Shah Rukh Khan is back with a bang! Shah Rukh Khan is now seen endorsing something else in an advertisement that has gone viral.
In the latest commercial of Shah Rukh Khan Dubai Tourism, he gives us a glimpse of the father-daughter’s adorable bond and how Suhana’s advice makes his life more colourful and beautiful!
On Tuesday, Shah Rukh Khan ‘Romance King of India’ took to Instagram and shared a video of Dubai tourism’s new advertisement.
The video starts with Shah Rukh making his iconic pose with The Atlantis Palm Hotel in the background.
After wrapping up, he gets a call from daughter Suhana who boosts him to take a walk and have fun in Dubai since he is at a tourist destination.
Then he quickly followed Suhana’s advice and goes out to explore the Arabic city.
In the ad, Shah Rukh Khan can be seen showing off his long tresses and this has left many fans in complete awe.
The commercial ad highlights iconic locations and sites in the Middle Eastern city as Shah Rukh Khan hops from one place to another giving the viewers a glimpse of Dubai.
SRK dances on the streets interacting with people and even attends a fabulous party.
He even plays football enthusiastically at the beach with a couple of young boys.
At the end of the day, Suhana calls him again and asks him how his day went. With a huge smile on his face, he responded,” Thanks to you, had the best day of my life.”
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