SHAH RUKH KHAN
After donations to Covid relief, now Shah Rukh Khan offers his office for BMC quarantine facility
BMC thanked SRK and Gauri Khan for offering their 4-storey office space.
COVID-19: Shah Rukh Khan announces series of initiatives to help citizens
The actor has taken the help of his companies -- Kolkata Knight Rid...
After 'Ramayana', SRK-starrer 'Circus' set to make a comeback on Doordarshan
Rajit Kapur-starrer detective drama 'Byomkesh Bakshi' is also re...
Hope COVID-19 subsides and show goes on: Shah Rukh Khan tweets on IPL, says 'sanitised repeatedly' after meeting with franchise owners
A day after IPL was postponed, the franchise owners had a meeting.
B-Town on Covid-19: SRK urges fans to stay indoors, Sonam Kapoor comes to Kanika Kapoor's defence
Sonam says country 'was playing Holi' when Kanika Kapoor came to India.
Hope COVID-19 subsides and show goes on: KKR co-owner Shah Rukh Khan on IPL
"Wonderful to meet all the Franchise owners 'off the field' so to say. The meeting by @Bcci and @ipl was to reiterate what all of us feel...safety first of the spectators, players management & cities we play in. All directives of the health agencies & govt to be followed..," Khan tweeted.
Jeff Bezos, Lauren Sanchez make red-carpet debut; SRK makes Amazon boss try his hand at 'Don' dialogue
The world's richest man hobnobbed with Bollywood in Mumbai.
Maths made easy: Anand Mahindra shares clever trick to solve multiplication problem, thrilled SRK responds
SRK gave a tongue-in-cheek response to the tweet.
Rose Valley: ED attaches Rs 70 cr assets of 3 firms, including one linked to Shah Rukh Khan
ED has attached assets worth over Rs 70 crore of three firms, including a company linked to an IPL cricket team promoted by actor Shah Rukh Khan, in connection with a money laundering probe in the Rose Valley ponzi scam case, the agency said. The three firms are Multiple Resorts Pvt Ltd, St Xavier's College, Kolkata, and Knight Riders Sports Pvt Ltd.
Local flavour in content will win global fans: Imtiaz Ali at ET GBS
Indian content needs to be more local and cultural to appeal to a universal audience, said Imtiaz Ali on Saturday at the Business of Entertainment panel discussion at ET GBS.
We need not be like Westerners. We have to be more Indian: Imtiaz Ali
“There’s no country where Shah Rukh Khan or Salman Khan is not popular,” Imtiaz Ali said when asked if he had to think differently while creating for the OTT audience as opposed to the Bollywood audience. Ali and Rohit Jain Lionsgate MD also spoke about the disruptions in the entertainment business in a session moderated by Sunday ET editor Sruthijith KK.
After 'Don' act with Bezos, SRK heads to the races with son AbRam
The 'Zero' actor took to Twitter to share pictures of his son's victory.
Big B's granddaughter Aaradhya delivers powerful speech at Dhirubhai Ambani school; Abhi-Aish, SRK record from front row
Amitabh Bachchan called his granddaughter 'the pride of the family' on Twitter.
Watch: Celebs attend annual function at Dhirubhai Ambani International School
Bollywood celebrities attended the annual function of Dhirubhai Ambani International School in Mumbai. Kids of several celebrities study in ...
Power play: Mukesh Ambani, SRK, Ekta Kapoor get a spot on Variety's 500 Most-Important People list
Aamir Khan and Siddharth Roy Kapur are also among the 10 Indians on the list.
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