Shah Rukh Khan Relishes Traditional Rajasthani Thali in Jaipur

   |  Updated: July 17, 2017 11:26 IST

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Shah Rukh Khan Relishes Traditional Rajasthani Thali in Jaipur
Highlights
  • Shah Rukh Khan is on a promotional spree for his upcoming movie
  • He was recently in Jaipur and was spotted relishing Rajasthani food
  • It was King Khan's first experince of Dal baati
Image was posted on Instagram by Red Chillies Entertainment

Bollywood's Badshaah, Shah Rukh Khan, is currently on a promotional spree for his upcoming Imtiaz Ali project, 'Jab Harry Met Sejal'. The actor was recently in Jaipur for a promotional event and was caught relishing traditional Rajasthani thali at a popular restaurant. As the Raaes star enjoyed Dal Baati for the first time, he couldn't help but share, "I had just heard of Dal Baati. It's fantastic and really nice. I wonder how people finish this food. It's really filling and very tasty. For me, it's a first-time experience. Now, I will come here once in three months at least," IANS reported.

Red Chillies Entertainment captured King Khan's foodie avatar and instagrammed it a day ago on their official handle. "Harry's tour continues with the royal taste of Rajasthan! It's time for some Dal Baati & a plate full of delicacies," said the social media post.

The land of Rajputs is known for its rich culture and lip-smacking food. Dal baati churma is the star of Rajasthani cuisine and an absolute must eat on your trip to Rajasthan. Some of the other notable Rajasthani delicacies include Lal Maas, Gatte ki Sabzi, Kairi Curry among others.

The Chennai Express actor was given a warm welcome and was presented with a Rajputana sword, a traditional pagdi and a garland. Shah Rukh looked dapper in an all black attire and a traditional Rajasthani pagdi.

Shah Rukh's Jab Harry Met Sejal also stars the Sultan Actress Anushka Sharma and is set to hit the big screen on August 4th 2017.

Inputs from IANS



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