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Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan Share ‘Tiger vs Pathaan’ Moment at Arpita Khan’s Diwali Celebration.

Salman Khan is currently enjoying the enthusiastic reception of his latest film, Tiger 3. He graced the Diwali celebration hosted by his sister Arpita Khan and brother-in-law Aayush Sharma, where numerous prominent personalities, including Shah Rukh Khan, were in attendance. At one point during the event, Shah Rukh and Salman were captured engaged in a conversation amid a bustling crowd.

The meeting of Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan at Arpita’s Diwali Bash
Arpita Khan and Aayush Sharma’s Diwali gathering was a star-studded affair, featuring luminaries such as Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan. A video circulating on the internet captured a special ‘Tiger vs Pathaan’ moment between SRK and Salman as they conversed amidst a lively crowd. While Shah Rukh opted for a blue kurta, Salman, from Tiger 3 fame, chose a black shirt and trousers for the occasion.

Other notable attendees at the event included Gauri Khan, Shilpa Shetty, Raj Kundra, Sonali Bendre, Sonakshi Sinha, and more.

On Diwali, Shah Rukh Khan took to social media to extend festive wishes, expressing gratitude for the gift of life. He wrote, “This Diwali, let’s take the opportunity to thank the Lord for the gift he has given us… Life. May we have the strength to show our gratitude, ask for His forgiveness, and seek His blessings for happiness. Happy Diwali to all. Look good… feel even better and dance a lot tonight.”

In terms of work, Shah Rukh Khan was last seen in the successful action thriller Jawan and is set to appear in Rajkumar Hirani’s comedy-drama Dunki, scheduled for release during the Christmas week. Salman Khan’s recent release, Tiger 3, co-starring Katrina Kaif, is part of the YRF spy universe. Salman also made a cameo appearance as RAW agent Avinash Singh Rathore, aka Tiger, in SRK’s Pathaan earlier this year.

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