Bollywood stars to dazzle Auckland
Auckland: Superstar Shah Rukh Khan is ready to take Bollywood to the world again with his musical show Temptation Reloaded. It will kick off Friday in Auckland, New Zealand.
The annual Bollywood extravaganza, which started in 2004, has a huge line up of stars who will join King Khan on the stage. From Madhuri Dixit to Rani Mukerji, Jacqueline Fernandez, Yo Yo Honey Singh and Meiyang Chang, the team is geared up to entertain global audiences.
The participating actors are upbeat about the show and expressed their excitement via Twitter as they prepared to dazzle Auckland at the Vector Arena.
Shah Rukh posted: "In Auckland. How pretty is this place? Now onto rehearsals and stuff. It was so many years ago that I performed here...(now it is) very different and new."
‘Dhak-dhak’ girl Madhuri went sightseeing and expressed her joy by posting Thursday: "Admiring the beautiful artwork on the beach at Auckland. Meanwhile, Shah Rukh has arrived too! After a lovely day around the city... Now heading for rehearsals for the show with Shah Rukh, Rani and Jacqueline."
Jacqueline praised the city.
"Auckland! Beautiful weather, beautiful city, beautiful people, beautiful beautiful beautiful," she posted.
The show is choreographed by Geeta Kapur.
According to the official website of the show, after Auckland Temptation Reloaded will move on to Australia. The stars will perform at Sydney`s Allphones Arena Oct 7 before entertaining fans in Perth`s Perth Arena Oct 9.
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