Shah Rukh Khan’s type has at all times been unmatched however this time he might need outdone himself. At a latest occasion for his newest movie Pathaan, the actor was noticed carrying a pointy black go well with with a shocking blue wristwatch. Now, it has been discovered that the watch is value greater than many individuals’s lifetime earnings. (Also learn: Shah Rukh Khan joins Deepika Padukone for a cute ‘get ready with me’ video)
Shah Rukh appeared in a brand new video posted by Deepika Padukone on Thursday, through which they filmed their morning skincare routine. In the video, Shah Rukh was seen in a white shirt and his blue wrist watch that we first noticed final week. The video was additionally filmed earlier than the Pathaan occasion.
The blue watch caught the eye of many and some followers additionally requested nameless style running a blog Instagram account Diet Sabya about it. They replied that the watch was from Audemars Piguet. It is their’s Royal Oak Perpetual Calendar watch that, as per a screenshot shared by Diet Sabya, is value a whopping ₹4.98 crore. As per web site Chrono24, it sells at ₹4.7 crore.
Shah Rukh Khan’s most prized possession stays his sea-facing residence Mannat. It is value an enormous ₹200 crore. He additionally has an opulent residence in Delhi. Shah Rukh additionally has a BMW 6 collection, a BMW 7 collection, an Audi and different automobiles.
Recently, Shah Rukh Khan booked a bunch of his followers in a 5 star lodge for a meet and greet in Chennai. In an interplay with News 18, a fan named Sudhir revealed how the assembly got here to be. “I reached out to Pooja Dadlani ma’am and Karuna (Badwal) ma’am who handle sir. They spoke to sir, who stated that he want to meet us as soon as he finishes the shoot,” he said adding, “After a few days I got a call that sir will meet us on October 8 which was the day when he wrapped up the Chennai schedule of Jawan,” he stated.
Shah Rukh Khan will probably be seen subsequent in Jawan by Atlee and in Dunki by Rajkumar Hirani.
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