Saturday, February 2, 2008

Shah Rukh Khan joins Mahatma Gandhi@Grevin Wax Museum, Paris this April

One wax statue at London's Madame Tussauds isn't enough for Shah Rukh Khan!

The superstar is now set to be moulded in wax for the second time - this time at the famed Grevin Wax Museum in Paris, this April.

What's even more interesting is that, King Khan will become the only living Indian to have his statue installed at this museum.

The only other Indian whose statue graces Grevin's is none other than Mahatma Gandhi!

In fact, compared to the replica at Madame Tussaud's, this one is supposed to have more of a likeness to the star, and Shah Rukh himself, is said to be impressed with the handiwork of the artisans.

Shah Rukh is expected to unveil the statue at a grand function, which may also be attended by a few of his close Bollywood friends.

Well, it sure seems like France is as besotted with Shah Rukh as India is, what with the government there having just honoured him with the Insignia of Officer in the Order Of Arts and Literature and is extremely keen that, he visit Paris to promote Indian cinema there.

Stay tuned in!

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