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Bill Gates incorporates a clip from a SRK film with Dhoom’s background score and Rani Mukerji dancing

He was explaining India’s role in fight against poverty and its rise to success

Bill Gates incorporates a clip from a SRK film with Dhoom’s background score and Rani Mukerji dancing

Pic Courtesy: Instagram Account of Shah Rukh Khan, Rani Mukerji, Bill Gates, Hrithik Roshan

Last Updated: 07.46 PM, Mar 07, 2023


Besides Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan is an equal force to reckon with all across the globe. There have been many instances when the Hollywood celebs were bedazzled after meeting Shah Rukh Khan or just by looking at him. Besides this, Shah Rukh Khan has been a proud recipient of many awards and recognition all across the globe, thanks to his cutting-borders kind of popularity. But, this time round, Shah Rukh Khan has set a precedent of sorts. Without much ado, let us tell you that, this happened when the multi- millionaire Bill Gates had visited India last week. He had presented a video about changing India. The said video started off with a scene from Shah Rukh Khan’s film ‘Ra One’. Besides that, the video also featured the background music of the Hrithik Roshan starrer 'Dhoom 2' and had dancing visuals of Rani Mukerji from one of her films!

As a part of his visit, he had met up with many politicians, businessmen and even social media influencers. And, towards the end of his visit in India, he had met up with Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi. It is here where he had reportedly discussed many issues regarding India vis-a-vis the various global challenges. On his part, Bill Gates went onto appreciate the incessant efforts taken by India when it came to improving the health conditions, reduction of poverty.

As for the said video, Bill Gates had captioned it as, “These numbers prove why India plays such a crucial role in the world’s fight to improve health, reduce poverty, prevent climate change, and more”. In the video he says, “India has changed massively. In 1980, only 1 in 10 kids received their necessary vaccinations. Today, India provides essential vaccines to almost 90 % of children. It’s mind-blowing. India’s also educating way more children than ever before. In 1970, over half of the children in India were enrolled in primary school. Today, primary enrollment is nearly 100%. In 1980, 60% of Indians lived on less than $2 per day. Today, it’s down to 10%” India has made tremendous progress in a short amount of time”.

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