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Shah Rukh Khan spent hours at the Mumbai airport waiting for a luxury watch

In the early hours of Saturday, the payment system was not available, so Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan and five members of his entourage were detained for an hour at the Mumbai airport by customs officers for failing to pay duty on six expensive watches.
The event happened at 12.30 AM following Khan’s arrival at the airport from Dubai on a chartered flight, according to the official, who also noted that the General Aviation Terminal’s (GAT) payment counter wasn’t open at that time. According to reports, the Bollywood celebrity had to pay 6.83 lakh in customs duty when Customs officers discovered some pricey watches in his luggage.
Actor Shah Rukh Khan and those travelling with him were detained by the Customs Department at Mumbai Airport for several hours last night because they had several pricey watches in their luggage. He had to pay a 6.83 lakh customs charge, according to sources, before being allowed to leave the airport. After attending a function in Sharjah, the Bollywood star had taken a private flight to Terminal 3 of Mumbai International Airport.
The costly watches were found in the suitcase as Shahrukh Khan and others with them leaving the terminal. After Customs procedures were finished, Mr. Khan and his manager reportedly left the airport, but other members of his entourage, including his bodyguard, apparently weren’t allowed to leave until the following morning.
The star’s suitcase reportedly allegedly included packing for six expensive watches with a retail value of roughly 18 lakh rupees. Mr. Khan received the Global Icon of Cinema and Cultural Narrative Award at the Sharjah International Book Fair 2022 yesterday in honor of his contributions to global cinema and culture.
He claimed that after some time, Khan, his secretary Pooja Dadlani, and three other team members were let to go. Customs officers brought Ravi Shankar Singh to Terminal II of the airport, where Rs 6.88 lakh was paid toward Customs duty for the watches, he added, as the customs duty payment counter at the GAT was not open in the early hours.
The officer stated that even though the challan was issued in Ravi Shankar Singh’s name, Khan was the one who paid the charge. Singh was permitted to leave in the morning when the customs duty payment process was complete, he claimed.

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