Shah Rukh Khan gets a warm welcome in China


I hope the audience there enjoys the film,” Zero director Aanand L Rai had earlier said in a statement. Advertising

In a couple of videos posted by the actor’s fan page, we can fans cheering for the 53-year-old and shouting out loud how much they love him. Wherever he goes, he gets maximum love ❤️ World’s biggest superstar Shah Rukh Khan pic.twitter.com/155e5iE7lL
— SRK Universe (@SRKUniverse) April 17, 2019

The excitement is beyond all the bounds when Baadshah of Bollywood is standing next to you ❤️ pic.twitter.com/wVcB3MsQ7A
— SRK Universe (@SRKUniverse) April 17, 2019

Lucky SRK Fans from China get to meet SRK and get an autograph and selfies from him ❤️ pic.twitter.com/iQyW9NLMRi
— SRK Universe (@SRKUniverse) April 17, 2019

FAN love from China for Baadshah Khan ♥️ The most loved superstar worldwide. The film tanked at the Indian box office. The film is very special to us and this news is very encouraging. Apart from Shah Rukh Khan, Zero also starred Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma in the lead roles. pic.twitter.com/JxLo82uwua
— SRK Universe (@SRKUniverse) April 17, 2019

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With Zero joins legendary filmmaker Satyajit Ray’s classic Pather Panchali as one of the five Indian films that have been listed for screening at China’s premier international film festival. Shah Rukh Khan will participate in a dialogue segment as an effort to forge ways for the development of Chinese and Indian films as well as the creation of opportunities to strengthen film cooperation between the two countries, a statement read. What a warm and happy welcome here in China by SRK UNIVERSE China. The actor is in the country to attend the film festival, which comes to an end with his 2018 release Zero. I am Red all over!! Thx for the gifts, the flowers and the kisses. 0
Comment(s) “I’m so happy that Zero has been selected as the closing film at the Beijing International Film Festival. pic.twitter.com/0VFGjPBWQl
— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) April 17, 2019
The actor is in the country to attend the film festival, which comes to an end with his 2018 release Zero.