Shah Rukh Khan, Jackie Chan, Jason Momoa and Jean Claude Van Damme Share Stage in Riyadh
Shah Rukh Khan, Jackie Chan, Jason Momoa and Jean Claude Van Damme come together for an iconic picture in Riyadh
Imagine four huge international stars coming together for one iconic picture! Imagine the legendary Jackie Chan, Jean Claude Van Damme, Game of Thrones and Aquaman famed star Jason Momoa and Bollywood's King Khan, Shah Rukh Khan sharing stage in Saudi Arabia. And that's just not it! The actors then grace our social media with some pictures that will surely go down in the history!
The stars are currently in the Middle East to attend a film event titled The Joy Forum. Trust Shah Rukh Khan to make sure his fans are updated with the current happenings in his life! While many await his announcement to end his sabbatical from acting, he decided to treat his fans with such great posts! The Dilwale star shared a selfie on his social media accounts. The purpose of this event to 'help develop the entertainment industry in the kingdom'.
The four posed happily for photos inside the Ritz Carlton, host of the two-day Joy Forum, and van Damme playfully showed off a stunt kick aimed at Saudi director Abdulaziz Al-Muzaini.
Have a look at SRK's post below:
In another tweet, we see a new addition to the trio and it's none other than Jason Mamoa. Well, all we can say is Sunday done right!
Professionally, Shah Rukh Khan has sort of taken a sabbatical from acting after Zero. The actor has been busy with his production house and reports are that the star is soon to announce his next project, apparently on his upcoming birthday.
Amr bin Ahmad Banaja, CEO of Joy Forum, said the country was “moving ahead with its efforts to build a competitive entertainment industry, bringing together local and international talent to create a first-rate regional entertainment industry hub.”
He added: "People used to travel and spend money outside Saudi Arabia for entertainment. We want to bring that back in to Saudi Arabia and create as many options as possible."