Shahrukh Khan in Sydney for Temptation Reloaded

Destination New South Wales (NSW), the NSW Government’s leading tourism and major events agency, announced today they have secured Bollywood (loose term for Indian film industry) actor Shahrukh Khan to visit Sydney in October as part of the fourth annual Parramasala Festival in Parramatta.

Shahrukh Khan, also known as SRK, will headline a two hour Indian variety show of music, dance and comedy – Temptation Reloaded – as part of the Festival. The visit was secured by the NSW Government as a Sydney-exclusive event.

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“Parramasala is a key arts and cultural event on the NSW Annual Events Calendar and brings some of the world’s best artists to Western Sydney. We are thrilled to welcome Shahrukh Khan to Sydney and Parramatta for the event,” said Destination NSW CEO Sandra Chipchase.

SRK will be invited for some of Sydney and NSW’s most iconic experiences including climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge; meeting a kangaroo and koala bear at Taronga Zoo; dining on a Snow Egg at Quay restaurant as featured in MasterChef Australia; visiting the luxury Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa in the Blue Mountains region, one-hour from Sydney; and the Bradman Cricket Museum in the Southern Highlands, one-hour South of Sydney.

The Parramasala Festival 2013 will be held from Friday 4 – Monday 7 October, and the show will be held at Allphones Arena Homebush on Monday 7 October.

Photo courtesy: Destination NSW /

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