Dubai's iconic skyscraper Burj Khalifa lit up with Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan's name to mark his 54th birthday on Saturday.
World's tallest building illuminated with the message, "Happy birthday to the king of Bollywood Shah Rukh Khan" and a spectacular fountain show with his song "Dhoom tana tana" from "Om Shanti Om" playing in the background.
SRK, who is the brand ambassador for Dubai Tourism, shared the video clip on Instagram.
"To my brother, the awesomely cool Mr Mohamed Alabbar and Burj Khalifa ...Emaar Dubai. Thanks for making me shine so bright. Your love and kindness is unsurpassable. Wow! This is really the tallest I have ever been. Love you Dubai. It's my birthday and I'm the guest," he captioned the video.
Dubai's tribute to SRK left fans, including actors Rishi Kapoor and Ranveer Singh impressed.
Ranveer Singh wrote: "Haaaaaaa. This is too cool, Bhai."
Rishi Kapoor wished SRK and said he has made India proud. "For me, this is so wonderful. Shah Rukh in his early years started his career with me in "Deewaana". And now to see him at his pinnacle is so joyous and commendable. You make India proud, Shah Rukh (achcha hua na Gauri ooparwale ne tumhari naheen sunni lol) Belated birthday," Rishi tweeted.
SRK: I must be the only person feeling happy getting older
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan has thanked his fans for making his 54th birthday memorable and feels that he must be the only person in the world who feels happy getting older.
"And a very heartfelt Thank you to everyone who is reading this. Every year I feel that this is the most memorable birthday celebrations and every next year all your love makes it bigger and more memorable. I must be the only person in the world who feels happy getting older! Love you all," Shah Rukh tweeted.
SRK turned 54 on November 2.
On the acting front, Shah Rukh was last seen on screen in "Zero", which also featured Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma.