Shah Rukh Khan gets welcomed at the La Trobe University in a classic Australian way; View Pics

Pictures of Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan getting welcomed at the La Trobe University were shared on their official Twitter page. Check them out.
News,shah rukh khanShah Rukh Khan gets welcomed at the La Trobe University in a classic Australian way; View Pics
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Bollywood's King Khan Shah Rukh Khan will be felicitated with an honorary doctorate by La Trobe University at Indian Film Festival of Melbourne today. Currently, he is in Australia for the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne. La Trobe is the first Australian University to award Shah Rukh with an Honorary Doctor of Letters (honoris causa), honouring his efforts and contribution to support underprivileged children, religiously dedication to fight for women’s empowerment and rights through MEER Foundation and his accomplishments in the Indian entertainment industry. 
Meer Foundation is a philanthropic foundation, named after Shah Rukh Khan’s father Meer Taj Mohammed Khan which targets to bring change at ground level and works to build a world that empowers women. In fact, Shah Rukh Khan was welcomed in a classic Australian style. A picture of Shah Rukh with a snake wrapped around his neck and a pic with a Koala bear were shared on the official page of La Trobe on Twitter. It was captioned as, "Shah Rukh Khan has arrived and is being treated to a very Australian welcome - formal proceedings about to begin! | #latrobeuni #SRK @iamsrk #IFFMhero." Fans just can't keep calm after looking at the amazing clicks. The Chak De India actor also posted a very handsome picture of himself on Instagram. 
Talking about getting honoured and recognised for the first time in Australia, Shah Rukh had earlier said, “I’m proud to be conferred with a great University like La Trobe which has a long-standing relationship with Indian culture and impressive track record in advocating for women’s equality. I feel truly privileged to receive this Honorary Doctorate and I would like to sincerely thank La Trobe for choosing to recognise my achievements in such a humbling way.”

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