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Unseen photos of Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Akshay Kumar & Saif with Saudi Arabia minister goes viral

There’s a reason why Shah Rukh Khan is called King Khan. The actor is one of the biggest stars not just in Bollywood but in the world. SRK has a large fan base l in India, and in other countries. Well, the actor was just in Spain filming for his upcoming and much-anticipated film Pathaan. Several images of him posing with fans continued to circulate on the internet, and the most recent image to surface on the internet is of him posing with Saudi Arabia’s minister. In these previously unseen images, not just SRK but also Akshay Kumar, Saif Ali Khan, and Salman Khan were seen posing with the minister.

We can see Bader Bin Farhan Alsaud, Minister of Culture and Governor of the Royal Commission for AlUla, smiling with Shah Rukh Khan in the first photo he released. SRK can be seen wearing a white tee and blue denim in his casual attire. In the following photo, he is seen alongside Saif Ali Khan, who is sporting a brick red tee with denim and both are smiling. In the third image, we see Akshay Kumar shaking hands with the minister, and in the fourth image, we see Salman Khan smiling and speaking with the minister. Sharing this picture the minister wrote, “Delighted to have engaged in insightful conversations on the beautiful world of films, exploring cross-cultural collaborations with Bollywood superstars @iamsrk @beingsalmankhan @akshaykumar #SaifAliKhan.”

Meanwhile, King Khan’s next film will be Pathaan, in which he will star alongside Deepika Padukone and John Abraham. Tiger 3 will star Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif. Akshay Kumar on the other hand has a number of intriguing projects in the works, like Ram Setu and Raksha Bandhan, to mention a few.

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