Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan is rated first in the list of top Indian leaders in Arab World.
The superstar will be the first Indian celebrity to grace the cover of Forbes Middle East special issue, as he has been ranked No 1 in ‘Top Indian Leaders in Arab World’ for his contribution to the entertainment industry and as an entrepreneur.
Forbes Middle East’s Top Indian Leaders in the Arab World event celebrates the drive and passion of the top Indian business leaders in the region.
SRK launch the magazine in Dubai.
“Forbes Middle-East made me feel special with their special edition cover story on my work in entertainment. Off to Dubai for the launch. Thank you all,” Shahrukh Khan posted on Twitter.
Nearly 170 individuals have made it to the list that celebrates the achievements of India’s top movers and shakers in the Middle East business world.
The organisers have also included a small ceremony to felicitate Shah Rukh, which will be followed by a gala dinner and awards ceremony in the Godolphin Ballroom, Jumeirah Emirates Towers.
SRK had also graced the cover of the inaugural edition of Forbes India, where he was ranked as the most powerful and highest earning celebrity in India.
The ‘Chennai Express’ actor also took some time out and visited other emirate.
He tweeted: “On a chopper to one of my favourite places in the Emirates…Ras Al Khaimah….been some time since my last visit. Snow in the Desert.”.
Building on last year’s successful event which centered on Forbes Middle East’s groundbreaking ranking of prominent Indian business figures in the UAE, the pioneering publication has extended its reach to reveal the Top Indian Leaders in the Arab World.
Many of the stellar professionals featured in this year’s ranking gathered at the long-awaited celebration on Tuesday.
With 170 individuals making it onto the list, the ranking celebrates the impressive diversity of the achievements of India’s top movers and shakers in the Middle East business world.
The Top Indian Leaders list is compiled after extensive and detailed research into Indian businesspeople residing or operating a business in the region.