Bollywood Superstars Who Faced Detentions At Airports

By SiliconIndia   |   Friday, 19 August 2016, 05:38 Hrs
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BENGALURU: Airport detention is a normal process and thousands of people across the globe face this problem daily. However, it makes news when someone famous and with a celebrity tag- faces such an embarrassing situation. Shah Rukh Khan is the recent victim at Los Angeles airport. He is not the only one as there are many other Indian celebrities who had also faced such kind of situation at the airports.



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Shah Rukh Khan has the biggest fan following not only in India but across the Globe. Even Barack Obama mentioned his name while giving a speech in India, but he was detained by the immigration department at Los Angeles airport. This is the third instance when he was held by customs officials. Previously it happened at the New York airport.



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