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Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan's 'Dunki' trailer lights up Burj Khalifa

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Bollywood’s enduring icon and actor Shah Rukh Khan is pulling all stops to promote his upcoming film ‘Dunki’ in Dubai. From a drone show paying homage to the romantic hero at Downtown Dubai yesterday to the actor witnessing his movie’s trailer light up the Burj Khalifa, the veteran hero was on proverbial roll.

His team has been constantly sharing updates on his Dubai adventures.

On several occasions including a stop at Global Village earlier this week, Khan spoke to his fans about his unconditional love for Dubai and thanked fans for their unstinting support towards the actor.

While ‘Dunki’, directed by Raj Kumar Hirani of 3 Idiots fame, will release in UAE cinemas tomorrow, the show of staunch support from his fans in the UAE makes one feel that it’s already a blockbuster.The socially-charged drama directed by Raj Kumar Hirani will release in UAE cinemas tomorrow

But the ‘Pathaan’ star is not traversing the traditional route of press interviews before a film’s release. Instead, he’s focusing on fan interactions where dancing and being charming is the order of the day. No tough questions had to be warded off since his ardent devotees are just excited to breathe the same air as him.

Khan is no stranger to Dubai and even owns a palatial sea-facing home here. His last two releases ‘Pathaan’ and ‘Jawan’ were money spinners, injecting new life into his flagging career.

‘Dunki’ also stars Taapsee Pannu and Vicky Kaushal and deals with lovable blokes who attempt to enter a foreign country through questionable means. The socially-charged drama,partly filmed in Saudi Arabia, is one of the biggest Bollywood releases before the wrap of 2023. Read our review tomorrow.

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