Shah Rukh Khan, his team stopped at Mumbai airport; made to pay customs duty worth Rs 6 lakh

Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan, along with five members of his team, were stopped by the customs department’s Air Intelligence Unit (AIU) at the private terminal of Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai early on Saturday.

The Customs officials stopped Shah Rukh Khan and his team, with their luggage at the airport around 12:50 am on November 12.

Accordingly, the luggage carried by the actor and his team members went through the screening.

The officials checked the luggage and found them carrying an Apple iWatch and six other high-end cases of watches.

The report also revealed that the total value of the goods carried by them was around Rs 17.86 lakh.

Khan and his team members were allowed to leave after they paid customs duty worth Rs 6.88 lakh, almost 38.5 per cent of the total value of the goods.

Khan was in Sharjah, UAE, on Friday after he was honoured with the Global Icon of Cinema and Cultural Narrative Award for his contribution to the International Icon of Cinema and Culture at the Sharjah International Book Fair 2022.