SRK does his iconic pose for the drone show in Dubai for Dunki promotion

In Dubai for the past four days, Shah Rukh Khan has been promoting Dunki. Dubai hosted a drone show.

With Dunki, his third movie of the year, Shah Rukh Khan is set to make his big-screen comeback. The Dunki advertising ramped up on Tuesday as many drones lit up the Dubai sky in the shapes of an airliner, Shah Rukh Khan’s name and his signature posture. On the famous Burj Khalifa, the Dunki video was also shown.



There are now videos and images available online from the Dunki drone event in Dubai. Directors Dunki Rajkumar Hirani and Abhijat Joshi were present when Shah Rukh, who is currently in Dubai for promotions, saw everything firsthand. In addition to a red jacket and sunglasses, Shah Rukh was seen sporting a black T-shirt and matching jeans.


About Dunki

Anil Grover, Boman Irani, Vicky Kaushal, Vikram Kochhar, Shah Rukh, and Taapsee Pannu are among the ensemble cast members of Dunki. The movie premieres in theatres on Thursday.


Kanika Dhillon, Rajkumar Hirani, and Abhijat Joshi are the co-writers of Dunki. The story of four friends, Manu, Sukhi, Buggu, and Balli, who want to move to London for a better life but must first go through a difficult but transformative trip, is a touching one.

Additionally, Shah Rukh debuted a brand-new Dunki poster on Tuesday. He shared it on social media, “Dunki, apne rishte peeche chhod aate hain… Ek din wahi rishte, unhe ghar wapas kheench laate hain (Dunkis leave their relatives behind but the same relationships bring them back to their homes).”

Source of inspiration for Dunki

Recently, Shah Rukh posted a video of the Dunki crew discussing the movie. Rajkumar Hirani was talking about how the house with a big, cement model of an Air India plane on its terrace served as the inspiration for the storyline of the movie, which at first he thought was funny. He stated, “There are many houses in Punjab that have planes on the rooftops. I was quite amazed by that and that’s what piqued our curiosity. Family members of those children who live abroad find it fashionable to put these planes on top of their houses.”

When Rajkumar Hirani began his research for the movie, he claimed to have learned of the illegal “donkey route,” or “dunki” in Punjabi, that individuals take to escape India when they encounter visa issues to pursue better lives in nations like the UK and Canada.