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'Fans made me feel like Shahrukh Khan'

Shayal Devi
Wednesday, May 07, 2014

"FIJIAN fans have made me feel like Shahrukh Khan."

These were the sentiments echoed by Indian television star Karan Grover after his concert in Lautoka on Friday.

Karan, who was in the country as part of the TV Stars Nite tour, said the trip to Fiji was a blessing in disguise.

"I had no idea I was so popular here," he said.

"I would just like to thank the fans for welcoming me into their country. This trip has been so amazing."

The Yahan Main Ghar Ghar Kheli star was left speechless after fans turned up in their hundreds to see him during the shows.

"I was very amazed to see everyone and I want to thank all Fijians for their wonderful hospitality."

Karan was in the country with musician Shehnaz Akhtar and comedian Chirag.

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