Shah Rukh Khan meets Gwyneth Paltrow in final leg of Dubai’s #BeMyGuest campaign

There was a unique tryst between Bollywood and Hollywood as Shah Rukh Khan reaches the final leg of Dubai Tourism’s #BeMy Guest campaign as he meets an unexpected guest- Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow.

In the latest #BeMyGuest adventure series, the Indian superstar sets on the mysterious journey traversing through magnificently adventurous locales of Dubai solving puzzles and riddles unravelling the unknown.

 Indian superstar Shah Rukh Khan traverses through magnificently adventurous locales of Dubai solving puzzles and riddles unravelling the unknown. Photo courtesy: visitdubai
Indian superstar Shah Rukh Khan traverses through magnificently adventurous locales of Dubai solving puzzles and riddles unravelling the unknown. Photo courtesy: visitdubai

In the new and sixth episode titled ‘The Revelation’, Shah Rukh Khan is given a new clue: “Go back in time.”

The video starts with a flashback of the riddles he has already solved to get the three hidden coins in Dubai, which lead him to a final clue.

He ventures into a neighbourhood in Old Dubai with three coins and tries to crack the meaning behind them, finally finding out what the Arabic letters spell out: Be my guest, as is explained by his host Saif, a Sheikh.

With his new discovery, Khan takes his treasure box of coins to the beach. There, he sets his eyes on a mystery blonde hiding behind the rim of a large straw hat and reading a book.

As SRK sets down the box and the person looks up to reveal Paltrow, who looks surprised to see him. “What’s this?” the American actress asks, to which Khan replies, “Be my guest.”

We see the legendary actor ending the clip with his familiar move of flipping the hood of his leather jacket over his head and walking away.

Let us recount how Shah Rukh Khan solves puzzles and riddles and discovers the adventurous locales of  Dubai in the following videos.

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Ashraf Jamal
Ashraf Jamal – Senior Writer

Ashraf Jamal brings a rare depth to writing equipped with a degree in journalism, a postgraduate degree in political science, and a degree in law from the Allahabad University. His experience includes editing and publishing the Northern India Patrika and writing for Times of India for almost a decade covering just about any topic under the sun including NRIs and Indian diaspora.

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