The king of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan will soon be appearing on the cover page of Forbes magazine. The upcoming edition will list out the names of the 100 most powerful people in India.
A source close to the magazine told the daily, “In the four years since Forbes has entered the Indian market, SRK will be the first actor on the cover page.”
Shah Rukh Khan will talk about his success, cricket team and lots more in the feature.MORE ON SHAH RUKH KHAN
MY NAME IS KHAN: Shah Rukh on being a Muslim
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan bares it all on what it means to be a Muslim in the Post-9/11 world and how he became an "inadvertent object of political leaders" in first person account for Outlook Turning Points magazine, published in association with The New York Times newspaper. He also features on the cover of the publication.
Titled Being a Khan, the write-up appears in the current issue of the magazine and the 47-year-old actor, one of the few Indian actors with international recognition, writes: "I sometimes become the inadvertent object of political leaders who choose to make me a symbol of all that they think is wrong and unpatriotic about Muslims in India."
Imam Siddique takes digs at Shah Rukh Khan, again
His notorious antics on the reality show, Bigg Boss, have made him a household name. And now, Imam Siddique seems set with his television career. Apart from being signed on for a new comedy show, he has also been approached for a number of brand endorsements.
“I will be associated with a clothing line soon. I have even told those approaching me that I won’t quote a price and that they should decide how much money I am worth,” says Imam, adding that his stint on Bigg Boss has been the most rewarding experience of his career.
Shah Rukh Khan's police protection removed after no signs of threat
In the face of the recent Police upgrading their watchfulness and re-evaluating their crime battling techniques, we hear that Shah Rukh Khan has been stripped of his police cover. This comes post a review by authorities concluding that he no longer faces any threat.
The protection of eight constables from the Mumbai police's Protection and Security Branch used to guard him in two shifts after the Indian Mujahideen sent an email to news channels, threatening attacks on him and three other celebrities in 2008.