Sheikh Nahyan Bin Mubarak with Salman Khan and Abhishek during the IIFA Awards ceremony in Abu Dhabi. Twitter photo
The picture shared on the IIFA Instagram handle, shows Salman and Abhishek sitting with the UAE Minister of Tolerance and Coexistence, Sheikh Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, at the main award ceremony held on Saturday night in Abu Dhabi.
In the image, the two actors are seen having a deep conversation with Sheikh Nahyan as they got photographed sitting in the front row.
Fans could not seem to control their excitement on seeing the two actors together.
A user wrote: "Good to see them together... Matured people."
Another wrote: "Abhishek and Salman in one frame."Indo-Asian News Service
The grandest celebration of Indian Cinema, the International Indian Film Academy and Awards, in collaboration with the Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi, is all set to thrill fans with its 22nd edition in Yas Island on June 3-4.
The glitzy show follows a box office slump when movie-mad India was hit hard by Covid-19, with US streaming giants such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video rushing to fill the gap.
The 22nd edition of the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Weekend & Awards will be held at the Etihad Arena on Yas Island, Abu Dhabi on March 18-19, 2022, to celebrate the best of Hindi cinema.
Salman slipped in the announcement while talking about Rajamouli's father as to how the veteran writer gave him one of the biggest films of his career. When Karan probed him, "So can we say, this is the official announcement of the film?." Salman affirmed saying, "Yes, Karan."
Shah Rukh took to Instagram and said, “Teaching the young ones at home the essence and sacrifice of our Freedom Fighters for our country India, will still take a few more sittings. But getting the flag hoisted by the little one made us all FEEL the pride, love and happiness instantly.
Holland said he had deleted the Twitter and Instagram apps from his phone and did not intend to post in the foreseeable future.
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