The launch of Kalyan Jewellers in Oman drew “huge crowds” recently as famous Indian actor Shah Rukh Khan inaugurated new showrooms of the brand in Muscat, the leading jewellery chain said in a statement.
Also present on the occasion were well-known Indian actors and Kalyan brand ambassadors, Nagarjuna, Prabhu Ganesan, Sivaraj Kumar and Manju Warrier, who regaled the gathering of fans, the jeweller said in a statement.
The film stars were accompanied by Kalyan Jewellers chairman and managing director T S Kalyanaraman and executive directors Rajesh Kalyanaraman and Ramesh Kalyanaraman.
This was the first time that Oman saw film stars “launch multiple showrooms on a single day for any brand”, the statement noted.
“We are delighted to launch in Oman and promise to deliver a world-class shopping experience to customers. Our showrooms will feature an exquisite range of jewellery in contemporary and traditional designs that will elevate everyday wear as well as for special occasions. We are committed to earning the trust of the people of Oman and hope that they will accept us wholeheartedly. Unfortunately Amitabh Bachchan was unable to attend the launch due to ill health. We wish him a speedy recovery,” T S Kalyanaraman said.
Addressing the crowd, Shah Rukh said: “I feel very fortunate that Kalyan Jewellers invited me for the inauguration of their showrooms and I am very happy to be here in Muscat to meet you all. However, I am also a little sad that Amitji is unwell and therefore was not able to come here; so, on his behalf, I am here and I will convey all your love to him.”
The actors were received with loud cheers and a thundering applause by the audience. The stars then greeted the crowd and thanked them for the support. After a brief appearance, the stars were taken inside the showrooms for a preview of the jewellery collection.
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