Shahrukh Khan Tag Heuer: Wristwatch and Eyeglasses

Shahrukh Khan Tag Heuer: Wristwatch and Eyeglasses. Today in male celebrity eyewear, we bring you Bollywood A-Lister Shahrukh Khan (the world’s biggest movie star) and his fabulous Tag Heuer eyeglasses. He’s looking like a sexy nerdy professor isn’t he? You know, the one you daydream about in class instead of listening to what he’s teaching. So yeah, it can be a bad thing if you have a gorgeous man for a teacher.

Shahrukh Khan Tag Heuer Eyeglasses



On the other hand, it’s not entirely bad because you never miss a class, right?

Shahrukh Khan Tag Heuer Eyewear

Shahrukh Khan Tag Heuer Eyeglass

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Shahrukh Khan Tag Heuer:Watch Aquaracer Wristwatch
14 September 2010

Shahrukh Khan Tag Heuer wristwatch



We’ve seen his fab Tag Heuer eyeglasses, now let’s check out Shahrukh Khan’s Tag Heuer wristwatch. What kind of Tag Heuer watch is that, you ask? That, fellow Famewatcher, is an automatic Tag Heuer Aquaracer.




Shahrukh Khan Tag Heuer watch

More pics of the Bollywood superstar and his watch courtesy of tagheuer.com.

Shahrukh Khan Tag Heuer mens watch

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Shahrukh Khan: The World’s Biggest Movie Star
29 January 2009

Interesting observation from Newsweek about Shahrukh Khan. We must say that we agree with Newsweek’s take that Shahrukh is the world’s biggest movie star. And we love the way he uses his celebrity status to promote understanding between cultures. We hope other celebrities – particularly those in Hollywood – are just as involved in endeavors to improve the plight of humanity. Sure, there’s Angelina Jolie and her refugee work, Brad Pitt and what he’s doing in helping rebuild New Orleans, and George Clooney’s involvement in Darfur but there should be more celebrities joining them.

Anyhoo, where’s what Newsweek Magazine says about the World’s Biggest Movie Star:

Who is the world’s biggest movie star? Brad? Will? Nah. His name is Shahrukh Khan, and he’s the king of Bollywood. It’s not just that his romantic flicks make gazillions—it’s where those gazillions come from. Khan is huge in the Muslim world, even in Pakistan and Afghanistan, where the mullahs ban his films. (The movies thrive on the black market.) Their main appeal is certainly the song-and-dance numbers, but Khan (a Muslim married to a Hindu) makes devoutly secular films where love trounces bigotry. Sonia Gandhi gives Khan’s DVDs to visitors, especially Muslim ones. Here’s hoping tolerance will leap from reel life to real life.