April 20, 2024

Shah Rukh Khan congratulates PM Modi for the success of India’s G20 Presidency

Shah Rukh Khan congratulated PM Narendra Modi for the success of India’s G20 Presidency.

Shah Rukh Khan congratulated PM Narendra Modi for the success of India’s G20 Presidency. (Image: @iamsrk)

Shah Rukh Khan congratulated PM Narendra Modi for the success of India’s G20 Presidency on Sunday. His action-packed movie Jawan is the second biggest hit of the year as the film boasts of huge success in theatres across the country. 

The advance ticket bookings of the movie drew a huge number in terms of bookings and revenues. Previously, SRK’s Pathan hit the jackpot and grossed Rs 1,050.3 crore worldwide.

The superstar recently was in the news for his film and the success he has received after a back-to-back hit in Bollywood.  

After the conclusion of the G20 summit in New Delhi and many historic announcements, Shah Rukh Khan wrote on his social media account X, “Congratulations to Hon. PM @narendramodi ji for the success of India’s G20 Presidency and for fostering unity between nations for a better future for the people of the world. 

It has brought in a sense of honour and pride into the hearts of every Indian. Sir, under your leadership, we will prosper not in isolation but in Oneness. One Earth, One Family, One Future…”

The G20 Summit in Delhi witnessed the convergence of the world’s most influential leaders, united by a shared vision for the future. Their collective commitment to addressing global challenges reaffirms the spirit of global cooperation.

A significant milestone achieved during the G20 Summit was the unanimous endorsement of tourism and culture’s pivotal role in sustainable socio-economic development and prosperity. The ‘G20 Leaders Declaration’ adopted during the summit underlined the significance of the ‘Goa Roadmap for Tourism as a vehicle for achieving SDGs.

Delhi Declaration provides a new direction for the tourism sector with the G20 Goa Roadmap outlining the challenges, objectives, opportunities, and recommendations for the tourism sector to achieve sustainable development goals. 

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