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Narayan Thapa:: Redhat Certified Engineer(RHCE), Redhat Certified Technician(RHCT),PHP Programmer and IT consultant from Nepal

When I am posting this one.. I am not sure when I will manage time to post things regularly.. as most of my friends know me as a lazy.. but this time I am just little bit busy.. on projects to do complete according to loadshadding time. However, when I was reading news .. I was not able to stop me to post about new film “Rab ne bana di jodi” and off course hehe.. Shaharukh….

I don’t know how… most of his characters can read me.. as  I think.. that is indicating to me… somehow.. so adding few other extra packs.. he is my fav..

So, just about it to share ..


मैं रब ने बना दी जोड़ी के सूरी जैसा हूँ जो अपनी पत्नी को अपना प्यार भी ठीक तरीक़े से जता नहीं सकता,” ये शब्द हैं शाहरुख़ ख़ान के.

फ़िल्म के रिलीज़ के बाद सुपरस्टार शाहरुख़ ख़ान ने बताया कि वो फ़िल्मों में भले ही लंबे लंबे प्यार भरे डायलॉग लड़कियों को बोल दें मगर सच्चाई में उनसे ये सब नहीं होता है.

शाहरुख़ ने बताया,” कोई लड़की अगर मुझ से ये कहे कि मेरी आँखों में आँखें डाल कर कहो, आई लव यू तो मैं ऐसा हरगिज़ नहीं कह पाऊँगा.”


शाहरुख़ की बतियाँ

रब ने बना दी जोड़ी की ही बात करते हुए शाहरुख़ ने एक बड़ी दिलचस्प बात बताई.


ऋतिक रोशन की पत्नी सुज़ैन ने फ़िल्म देखने के बाद पता है कि शाहरुख़ से क्या कहा?

पहले तो सुज़ैन को फ़िल्म बेहद पसंद आई और ट्रायल शो के बाद उन्होंने शाहरुख़ को कहा,” अगर ऋतिक इतने हैंडसम नहीं होते और उनके सिक्स पैक्स एब्स भी नहीं होते तो भी मैं ऋतिक को उतना ही प्यार करती जितना मैं अभी करती हूँ.”

वाह भाई, इस फ़िल्म ने तो फ़िल्म इंडस्ट्री के लोगों की निजी जिंदगी को खुले में लाकर रख दिया है.

After a long time.. really change has come to America and we hope it can change whole world.

” I am asking you to believe, not just in my ability to bring about real change in Washington.. I’ am asking you to believe in yours” .. A political slogan.. but not only..

New President

A slogan “One voice can change the world” is not enough to support him.. I know, it is meaning less to support him by me.. who can’t vote to him to make winner.. however.. to change the world.. .. :)

There are so many things I love on Barack. Not only slogan, I can believe him on his quality and the things.. that he said after being winner..

“The road ahead will be long. Our climb will be steep. We may not get there in one year or even one term, but America — I have never been more hopeful than I am tonight that we will get there. I promise you — we as a people will get there,” Obama said in Chicago, Illinois, before an estimated crowd of 125,000 people.

“To those Americans whose support I have yet to earn — I may not have won your vote, but I hear your voices, I need your help, and I will be your president too,”
Supporters in Chicago cheering, “Yes, we can” were met with cries of “Yes, we did.”
More than 1,000 people gathered outside of the White House, chanting “Obama, Obama!”… Excitement! Believing him..

And at the end of the post, I just would like to congregates Barack Obama being a most powerful man on the world and can hope he will do make changes.. positively, peacefully and cheerfully..

Yea, as usual again it begins..


 ”On the auspicious occasion of Dashain & Tihar I wish you all.. for your success, good health and mainly your happyness.”


We are working for rural telecentre related things through CIT Nepal. We are already running rural telecentre with local ISP on Musikot(Rukum), rural telecentre on Thakurdwara Bardiya and trying to start on Arghakhanchi and other place as well.

Rukum, it’s ok and going smoothly. Thakurdwara, we have established before 9 months and it is also going ok. But there has financial problems to sustain.

Somehow, emotionally I was thinking to give computers on Adarsha Seconday School Khanchikot, Arghakhanchi (Because it has long reasons why I have choose and planed. I will write it later on detail when we will able to give). Thanks Bimal sir (Our chairman) to understanding me, my feelings and supporting on this case… It’s really appreciated things…I know how we are trying to manage resource to give..

On this trip, I was as a acting Secretary General to handle meetings.

In Nepal, really if there is no “Banda”/strike.. I don’t feel that I am in Nepal.. It’s like a habit.. and “used to” things..

We was planned to go last Friday and at that day.. it was Valley Banda and also chitwan Banda.. hehe.. somehow we was able to move from KTM on night bus .. we was 3 on bus and 4 on car.. it is really good to be on Butwal Buspark from 2am to 5:30am with chatting on a small tea shop.. (k garnu tyaha ta 90 minutes ko half hour pani baneko ramailo experience bhayo)

Arghakhanchi trip, it was successful(ghar ma 25 minutes matra basna paya pani) and again peoples was really happy after meeting and that make me happy as well (somehow feelings ko kura pani thiyo). It’s just not a thing of cheerful/smiley faces.
Bardiya, there was a problem to sustain and we was trying to handle situations to find better way on meeting with local users group named “Kisan Jagaran Samuha Nepal”(Batoma kurda, Teachers Service Commission ko sir lai lina Sikshya Office ko gadi  nabheteko bhaya k hunthyo thaha chaina, highway baat thakurdwar janda)

Rural Telecenter Nepal, Arghakhanchi & Bardiya Trip

I am not sure what it will happen, but we are trying to setup VSAT there. Let’s see and
will post following update later.

Also, at the same time, SLC supplementary result published(Publish hunda ma Bardiya kholama motorbike dhakeldai thiya :)  )  and I used telecentre to update things and thanks Ranjit to handle things as well..

Hehe, again at return time.. gorusinge banda.. and gadima kichkich .. “dhangadi ko gadima kahilyai jhagada hunthena , aaja kin yasto” conductor le bhaneko sunda how they was cheating peoples feel bhayo (Kapilbastu, bhairahawa bhayar jane kurama vadako kura garda. Dina sakne, nasakne ko kura thiyana.. was a thing of reasonable and convincible matter ..It’s really bad.. I can’t agree all those things.. and again jhagada )..

At last, trip was successful, new experience (After Chanouta) and handled new responsibility.

Click here for related photos

After a long time, lazy boy tries to browse blogs.. and when able to read following things.. on GufGaff on IT…. (a blog name) about SLC result.. last time.. really I was not able to stop myself to copy those words.. to paste here.. hehe.. Because somehow.. we (not along me) able to do what we was trying… it’s good…


Till now only one site has published SLC result. This times its seems to be quite systematic. We can get full mark-sheet form it. But server is too busy. You must be lucky to load site properly.

Fortunately, I became able download result in the form of text file. You can check whether you are pass or fail including division. I have edited it on doc format and compressed on zip. Download it. Unzip the file and open on MS-word. You can get list of passed symbol number with division.  Different divisions are on different color.  Distinction on RED, 1st division on Blue, 2nd on Black and 3rd on Pink.


Just to update blog ..

शाहरुख़ ख़ान के ऊपर एक और किताब ज़ल्द ही रिलीज़ की जाने वाली है. पत्रकार से लेखक बने शाहरुख़ के करीबी माने जाने वाले मुश्ताक़ शेख़ ने अपनी पहली किताब ‘स्टिल रीडिंग ख़ान’ के बाद अब ‘शाहरुख़ कैन’ नाम की किताब लिख डाली है.

मुश्ताक़ शेख़ ‘स्टील रीडिंग ख़ान’ के बाद अब ‘शाहरुख़ कैन’ नाम की किताबी लेकर आ रहे हैं

बातचीत में मुश्ताक ने बताया कि इस किताब पर वह काफ़ी दिनों से काम कर रहे थे. उन्हें ख़ुशी है कि अब ये तैयार है. इस किताब में मुश्ताक ने एक बार फिर से वो सब बातें जो कि शाहरुख़ के प्रशंसक जानना चाहते हैं उसे देने की भरपूर कोशिश की है.

शेख़ कहते भी हैं कि अगर आपने कभी शाहरुख़ ख़ान की कोई फ़िल्म देखी हो या उनका कोई गाना सुना हो या किसी भी तरह से अगर आप शाहरुख़ से रूबरु हुए हों तो आपको ये किताब पसंद आएगी. वह यह भी कहते हैं कि उनकी पहली किताब काफी भारी-भरकम थी. इसीलिए इस बार उन्होंने इस किताब को छोटा और हल्का रखने की कोशिश की है.

मुश्ताक ने शाहरुख़ की अगली फ़िल्म ‘बिल्लू बार्बर’ की स्क्रिप्ट भी लिखी है. इसे लेकर वह काफ़ी उत्साहित भी हैं. इससे पहले उन्होंने ‘ओम शांति ओम’ की कहानी लिखने में मदद की थी. यहाँ यह बात तो माननी ही पड़ेगी कि शाहरुख़ अपने दोस्तों का भरपूर ख़्याल रखते हैं. वह किसी न किसी रूप में उन्हें फ़ायदा भी पहुँचाने की कोशिश करते हैं.

One small and lovely bhai (was small when I was at putalisadak before 2 years, but I think not small now, he is studying grade 10 :) ).. was on my msn chat..


—- narayan die

Yea, bhan

—– yo tapaain ko site ma upload garnu na… too goood

On my website, ma ?

—– yup, padhnu na

Ok, heheh. I just copied his text and posted .. however it’s good

First I was dying to finish college and to start working.
Then I was dying to get married to have children.
And then I was dying for my children to grow up
so that I could go back to work.
And then I was dying to retire so that I might finally do
all the things I had always wante to do.
And now I am retired and I am dying…and suddenly I realize that I forgot to live.


There once was a little boy who had a bad temper.His Father gave him a bag of nails and told him that every time he lost his temper, he must hammer a nail into the back of the fence.

The first day the boy had driven 37 nails into the fence. Over the next few weeks, as he learned to control his anger, the number of nails hammered  daily gradually dwindled down.

He discovered it was easier to hold his temper than to drive those nails into the fence…. Finally the day came when the boy didn’t lose his temper  at all.

He told his father about it and the father suggested that the boy now pull out one nail for each day that he was able to hold his temper. The days passed and the young boy was finally able to tell his father that all the nails were gone.
The father took his son by the hand and led him to the fence. He said, “You have done well, my son, but look at the holes in the fence. The fence will never be the same. When you say things in anger, they leave a scar just like this one. You can put a knife in a man and draw it out. It won’t matter how many times you say I’m sorry, the wound
is still there.”

A verbal wound is as bad as a physical one. Friends are very rare jewels indeed. They make you smile and encourage you to succeed. They lend an ear,  they share words of praise and they always want to open their hearts to us.”

After a long time.. I have lunched IBB website (new look ?) and also corporate blog. URL’s can be browsed here

Internet Business Bureau

Internet Business Bureau - Corporate Blog 

Beside this, doing same job, same work, and same other few stuffs and trying few to complete (for new to post) and not sure but confident. I will post soon with new changes …..

hehe.. a lot thing to write.. but :( am little busy and as usual lazy to write .. also.. since 2 week.. it’s a tens moment.. few more calls.. few more emails.. trying to resolve a technical issue.. unnecessary and not invited guest moments to face.. few more hours to work.. not able to complete what i was thinking.. bunch of work.. unnecessarily remembering past moments.. cause it’s a time of closing.. (?) ..and again.. am confident… (after all.. Esp and lately.. Srilanka able to win after loosing.. election 2064, after loosing my analysis about gyanendra.. after loosing kolkata knight riders…. after loosing about my guess on hilari.. after loosing por.. after loosing cze..  and  after loosing… ) and am on my own form.. waiting few more good time..will back soon.. :)

art.chopra.jpgLONDON, England (CNN)Film critic and author Anupama Chopra has been writing about Indian cinema since 1993. Her 2007 book “King of Bollywood: Shah Rukh Khan and the Seductive World of Indian Cinema” received widespread acclaim on publication. Here she tells CNN about Shah Rukh Khan’s unique allure.

Anu Chopra writes for India Today — India’s largest English language magazine — and has also written a book on the film, and Bollywood phenomenon: Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (”The Bravehearted Will Take the Bride”).

CNN: What is it about Shah Rukh Khan? What makes him so huge in India?

Anu Chopra: He is not just huge in this country, but globally. And not just with Indians. I see him connecting in numerous ways. In places like Germany they are nuts about him. The Malaysians and Indonesians just love him. I think his charisma transcends the craft. It transcends everything. In his earlier work the movies are loud and so is he, but you can’t take your eyes of him. His screen presence is still incredible even when his hair was all over the place. And he didn’t look suave or like the great romantic hero he is now. But you just can’t take your eyes of him. He is just completely magnetic.

CNN: What made you want to right this book in the first place?

AC: I did a book “Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge” (The Brave-Hearted Will Take the Bride) for the British Film Institute which looked very closely at the phenomenon of the film — it is the longest running Indian film and has been in the theatres for 12 years. While I was doing that book I got very intrigued by the Shah Rukh Khan story - his own personal story, coming out of Delhi not knowing anyone in the movies and becoming this big superstar. And also in the way that he connects with the new India, and the way his movies are a reflection of so much else that has gone on in this country, and in the film industry. So I wanted to make a book that had all those connections and do a book that becomes a journey into popular Indian culture through Shah Rukh Khan. This is why I wrote the book.

CNN: It seems that in his film career he hasn’t been afraid to play a range of roles.

AC: Baazigar and Darr [both 1993] are roles of psychopaths that go around killing people for no apparent reason. These are not roles that the Hindu movie hero would do. Many, many big stars had said no to those roles before he took them on. He didn’t just take on one but two roles, and then he signed for a third, which did not work as well. I think he has incredibly good instincts about what makes a good film and what would make an entertaining film. He is instinctively an entertainer and he wants his audience to be happy. His instincts on that are on the money every time, because look at the consistency of his success. It’s been 15 years now and he still roles them out every year, one after another.

CNN: Why do you think cinema is so important to the Indian people? Why is Bollywood so influential?

AC: I think it connects with people. I can speak as someone who loves Bollywood and buys first show tickets and sits in the theatre. I love the emotion of it, and I think that is what connects with people. I love the non-cynicism of it. It is not dark or cynical like so much European or Western cinema. It is positive, it is happy, but it is not infantile. It’s optimistic. I write in my book that it is a collective expression of hope and it is a necessary comfort for all of us. Of course I love the song and dance. It is just wonderful.

CNN: What was your impression of him behind the scenes?

AC: I had always heard and then seen that his energy is unstoppable. When I first interviewed him I had been working for India Today for 10-11 years, and I profiled him for the magazine. When he was just coming up it was this manic energy going on. It is incredible that his energy has not blunted, nor his determination to do the right thing. You would think this super stardom would blunt it somewhat, that he’d get complacent, I am king of the world, what do I need to do? But I see him now and he is just as driven, just as energetic. Up at 2am and completely on top of it. And everyone is telling him to go to bed. I don’t know how he does it. He is an incredibly grounded person. That he has kept that is amazing, because the frenzy around him is incredible. I don’t think a western superstar - Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise, men who are big celebrities - can walk down a street in any town in the world where they are worshiped as living gods. Shah Rukh Khan is worshipped. I have met mature adults who say that he is god, and its bewildering, amazing and intriguing. It’s a very worshipful stance that viewers have towards stars. Despite that he remains grounded.

CNN: Did you get a sense that he keeps his two worlds — film and family — separate, or do they blur?

AC: I think it is impossible to disconnect the man from the pedestal. But as I mentioned, he is incredibly grounded. His priority is with the family and children. All of that has worked out perfectly. When I met him he said he had to stop to play a football match with his son. All of his son’s friends gathered around. The way he explained it to me is that Shah Rukh Khan the star doesn’t interfere with Shah Rukh Khan the person. He is clear about his priorities.

CNN: As a Muslim in a largely Hindu industry, has Shah Rukh Khan helped to bridge wider religious divides?

AC: Absolutely. As a Muslim superstar in a predominantly Hindu country, he presents a different face of Islam. He is educated, articulate and is at the pinnacle of his success. He is a great Muslim role model and absolutely sends out a great signal and helps to bridge the gap between Hindus and Muslims. Of course the strife between them is too old, too deep-seated and too complicated to be solved by one actor, but for sure I think he goes a long way in helping to bridge those gaps.

CNN: In terms of the western cinema how important has Shah Rukh Khan been in promoting Indian cinema abroad?

AC: Huge. Shah Rukh Khan has been the number one driver of Bollywood overseas. The UK has a top 10 of Hindi movies released from 1995 — 2007. Since they started tracking Hindi films eight out of ten have starred Shah Rukh. His prowess at the overseas box office has not been matched yet. I was doing an interview with him once on the phone and he was walking down Oxford Street in London. I was in Mumbai doing the interview and he was talking to me about his neck operation and he was like I can’t talk now, I am being mobbed. So there aren’t many streets in the UK that he can walk down. He is probably safe walking down a street in middle-America but not in New York.

Nasreen Kabir - Q&A

art.kabir.jpgLONDON, England (CNN)Television producer and author Nasreen Kabir has an intimate knowledge of Indian cinema and has penned several books on the subject including “Bollywood, The Indian Cinema Story” (2001). In 2005 she produced the two-part documentary “The Inner and Outer World of Shah Rukh Khan” — an intimate and expansive portrait of the man. Here she talks to CNN about the Bollywood superstar.

CNN: How would you describe Shah Rukh Khan?

Nasreen Kabir: Well, the very first time I saw him, he was late. He was about four hours late for an interview that I was supposed to do and I was obviously getting a bit irritated. But when you meet Shah Rukh you forget about everything else. He has that kind of personality and he is very engaging. I did say to Shah Rukh once: “When you’re there you fully there, and when you’re gone your fully gone.” And that’s really Shah Rukh. You know he is very, very present in the moment. He is a man of the moment and his full personality is visible to you and is shared with you in the moment.

CNN: How do you reconcile that? The fact that when you meet him he is so charming and he is so friendly and he is engaging and yet, he is so difficult to pin down. Is that the sign of diva-esque qualities or is it just that he is genuinely very busy?

Nasreen Kabir: What I think happens is that in Indian culture you find that it is very rude to say no to somebody. So the tendency is to say: “Later, I’ll try, call me back”, and so on. But you never say no because it is regarded as dismissive and cold, and Indian culture doesn’t really encourage that kind of behavior. So you take someone like Shah Rukh, who has maybe fifty people a day or an hour who would like to meet him. Not just fans, we’re talking about business, other producers, directors, writers, ad-makers and so on. So he’s got to say no to a lot of people. So therefore it may appear that he is behaving like a star, or a bit of a diva and all that, but he is actually overwhelmed and I believe that he really needs forty-eight hours in twenty-four.

CNN: What do you think are his priorities in his life?

Nasreen Kabir: I think for Shah Rukh Khan, the family comes first. He may have a billion fans or two billion fans, but he really is totally dedicated to his children, his wife, his sister and the memory of his parents.

CNN: How would you describe his wife Gauri?

Nasreen Kabir: I think that she has a very strong sense of herself. Shah Rukh’s wife is somebody who is very self-contained. She has a certain inner peace about her and she is not terribly interested in films or the film world. So for her it isn’t a problem to stay slightly apart. Plus, she is extremely straightforward and down to earth at another level, and she realizes that when people come towards them, it is to meet Shah Rukh. She knows that she has some very close friends that she can rely on, and Shah Rukh always says — and it is probably true — that Gauri is very shy and maybe that is what it is. She may appear aloof to people, but I think she is quite shy. But she has a great sense of reality, that he is the star and she is happy for him to be the star.”

CNN: Is religion an important part of their children’s upbringing?

Nasreen Kabir: Well what happens is that, because Gauri is a Hindu and he is Muslim, he wants his children to know the best of both religions and therefore wants them to perhaps choose if they want to later in life. But he wants them to see the virtues of both and what both religions can offer. So, that is why you will find that he will celebrate Eed — which is the Muslim celebration every year — and he will also celebrate the Hindu New Year which is called Diwali. He also talks about celebrating Christmas too. Many people in India are used to this kind of fusion between different religions. There is the very separate reality of religion, but there is also an acknowledgement of the other religions. Religion, every religion, is so present in India, that if you’ve got a mother who is Hindu and a father who is Muslim, it would be hard to exclude one or the other. And he is a very secular man, Shah Rukh, and he believes in embracing all religions and allowing his children to respect both religions. But what is clear, Shah Rukh is very God-fearing and he does believe in Allah.

CNN: So you say he is secular but also God-fearing?

Nasreen Kabir: I’d say so. Secular in as much that he doesn’t want to impose his religion on other people or live by every rule of the religion. But secular really, in India, means that it is all-inclusive, that you will accept the Hinduism, Muslims and Buddhists and Jains and everyone. You don’t judge people on the basis of who they are in terms of religion.

CNN: What does Shah Rukh Khan mean to Bollywood?

Nasreen Kabir: I would say that for every generation, and I’d say it happens every twenty years, Hindi cinema actually focuses on one actor and that actor, which is an entirely magical formula. There isn’t any set formula why that particular actor takes over, but you’ll find every twenty years in Hindi films, you’ll have a new star. And from the early nineties, Shah Rukh’s personality on screen has been growing. The adoration has been growing. And finally, I think, he has taken the number one spot. And it really does happen over twenty years. I do believe this is a cycle and it is his time now. And it’s his time under the sun, and it’s his. I wouldn’t say he’s at his peek because I think he’s still got lots of very, very big and important films to make. But I would say he is the man of today. And Indian cinema, without Shah Rukh Khan, isn’t a star-studded cinema. He is the star of the cinema today.

CNN: What makes him such a big star?

Nasreen Kabir: I think that when Shah Rukh’s films started becoming very popular, if you look at the kind of hero he plays, they’re heroes who are fairly middle class, educated, city people. And that kind of hero reflects Indian middle classes that are now growing much larger in number. So he represented a hero who was not really terribly kind of concerned in a way socially or politically, but he was a fun-loving hero with a lot of heart. And with the big films like “Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge” or “Kuch Kuch Hota Hai”, these are all the big films of the nineties that he was the hero. You’ll find they’re basically love stories. They’re basically stories about family, and getting the girl that you love. So they’re not exactly politically hard-hitting or anything, but his kind of popularity coincided with this growing middle class in India. The aspirations are about success, about achievement really and here was a hero who had already achieved a status within society and his only goal was really love.

CNN: Has not being a trained dancer hindered Shah Rukh Khan’s film performances in any way?

Nasreen Kabir: I think he struggles with the dancing, but I think he has such a lot of charm and a lot of kind of charisma, but if you look at a dance sequence, I am pretty sure you are looking at his face. You are not looking at his dance steps and his feet. So as a dancer you would say that if you looked at a genuine dancer — like another actor called Hrithik Roshan — who is the best today in Indian cinema, you’d look at his feet, you’d look at his hands, you would look at his body. But with Shah Rukh, you’re really quite transfixed by his face, and his movements and his hands and he often says he does this kind of a grand gesture which gives you the illusion of dance. But I think the whole personality is so, I don’t know, appealing to the fans and the people who like him that they don’t really look at the feet, so we don’t know if he is a good dancer.

CNN: Why do you think his working relationship with choreographer and director Farah Khan is so strong?


I have prepared to post this on Feb but lost few lines.. mistakenly … and lately thought to post.. and did..

Also few lines… in hindi.. that I just got..


पेरिस में भी शाहरुख़ की प्रतिमा


यूरोप में भी हिंदी फ़िल्मों के प्रशंसक हैं

इस बात से शायद ही कोई इनकार करे कि शाहरुख़ ख़ान बॉलीवुड के बादशाह है पर उनकी ख़्याति धीरे-धीरे यूरोप में भी फैल रही है.

पहले फ्रांस की सरकार ने उन्हें प्रतिष्ठित ‘ऑफ़िसर ऑफ आर्डर ऑफ आर्टस एंड लिटरेचर’ से नवाज़ा और पेरिस स्थित प्रसिद्ध ‘ग्रेविन वेक्स म्यूज़ियम’ में उनकी प्रतिमा लगी है.

एजेंसियों के हवाले से कहा गया है कि शाहरुख़ ख़ान ने सोमवार को ग्रेविन वेक्स म्यूज़ियम में मोम से बनी अपनी आदमकद प्रतिमा का अनावरण किया.

शाहरूख ख़ान के अलावा सिर्फ़ राष्ट्रपिता महात्मा गाँधी ही ऐसे भारतीय है जिनकी प्रतिमा इस म्यूज़ियम में लगी हुई है.

उल्लेखनीय है कि लंदन के प्रसिद्ध मैडम तुसॉद म्यूज़ियम में भी शाहरूख़ ख़ान की प्रतिमा लगी हुई है. इस म्यूज़ियम में बॉलिवुड के अमिताभ बच्चन, ऐश्वर्या राय और सलमान ख़ान की भी प्रतिमा है.

हाल के वर्षों में भारतीय मध्यवर्ग के आमदनी में बढ़ोतरी से यूरोप जाने वाले टूरिस्टों की संख्या में ख़ासा इज़ाफ़ा हुआ है.

लंदन स्थित तुसॉद म्यूज़ियम जाने वाले टूरिस्टों की संख्या को देखते हुए फ्रांस की सरकार को उम्मीद है टूरिस्टों का आकर्षण ग्रेविन वेक्स म्यूज़ियम में भी बढ़ेगा.