Shah Rukh Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Karisma Kapoor and Sharmila Tagore come together – here’s what they are up to

Shah Rukh Khan is known for endorsing many brands from watches to fairness creams to hair oil. But the superstar turned unconventional for the ad campaign for the skincare brand Lux. The Fan actor has been associated with Lux for years together now and has also been a part of many of their initiatives, award functions etc. Rekindling his association with the brand, here’s a glimpse of the Lux stars coming together in one frame.

Well, as you can see, there isn’t just the superstar but three other gorgeous ladies from the fraternity accompanying him. Looking as gorgeous as ever are the Kapoor sisters, who look stunning in their color coordinated golden outfits. And then we have another diva, the mother-in-law of Kareena Kapoor Khan, Sharmila Tagore who continues to woo hearts even today in her saree clad avatar.

A picture that boasts of glamour and beauty, it was shared on social media by none other than the superstar Shah Rukh Khan himself. The actor took to his Instagram page and Twitter handle to post the picture along with the caption saying, “What a lovely evening with these elegant ladies. The benefits of being in a tub with Lux soap! Thanks @lux_india.” Further details on this Lux campaign are yet to be revealed.

On the film front, for the past few days, there have been rumours that Kareena Kapoor Khan will be reuniting with her Ra.One co-actor Shah Rukh Khan for a film. But there has been no official announcement on the same. The actress, however, has a couple of big films in her kitty which includes the Akshay Kumar starrer Good News and the multi-starrer historical drama Takht.

As for Shah Rukh Khan, the superstar is gearing up for the release of Aanand L. Rai’s Zero this year. The film, also starring Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif, will be hitting the theatres on December 21.

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