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Shahrukh Khan stopped at Mumbai airport by customs, had brought watches from Dubai

Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan has been stopped by the customs at Mumbai airport. It has been learned from the sources of Intelligence Unit i.e. AIU posted at the airport that Shahrukh was returning from Sharjah on Friday night. He had very expensive watches and their covers. Whose price is being told as Rs 18 lakh. Shah Rukh now has to pay custom duty of Rs 6.83 lakh for these watches. Shahrukh Khan used to reach Mumbai by private chartered plane. It was here that Shahrukh and his team were stopped by Custom while crossing the Red Channel at T-3 terminal at around 1 am on Friday. His checked bags contained 6 boxes of Babun & Zurbk, Rolex watches, spirit brand watches and Apple series watches. Along with this, empty boxes of watches have also been found.

Shahrukh had to pay custom duty
This news spread rapidly on social media. Users are sharing different types of memes. As of now there is no response from Shah Rukh or his team. It is being said that Shahrukh may have to pay a fine of Rs 6.83 lakh. Shahrukh and his manager Pooja Dadlani were allowed to go in this action which lasted for a long time at the airport, but Shahrukh’s bodyguard and other members of his team were stopped. According to the information received by the media, Shahrukh’s bodyguard has to pay custom duty of about 6 lakh 67 thousand.

Shahrukh arrived at the book launch event
Please tell that this whole process took till 8 in the morning. It was only after this that the custom officers released Shahrukh’s bodyguard. According to reports, Shah Rukh Khan along with his team had gone to Dubai on a private chartered plane to attend a book launch event. From this plane, he returned to Mumbai late on Friday night at 12:30. Actually Shahrukh reached the expo city of UAE on November 11. He was honored with the Global Icon of Cinema and Cultural Narrative Award for participating in the 41st edition of Sharjah International Book Fair 2022 there.