Shakib Khan returns home after 9 months
Published: 14:18 17 August 2022
Shakib Khan talking to fans after landing at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport
Dhaka movie hero Shakib Khan is finally returns home on Wednesday (August 17) afternoon, after staying in the US for the last 9 months. Shakib Fans are excited about the return of the Dhallywood superstar to the country.
Fans from different parts of the country have gathered at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport to welcome him. The airport area is buzzing with slogans about the beloved hero.
Along with men, many female fans have come to Dhaka to see Shakib. One of their fans said that Shakib’s day does not pass without his movies. Waiting to see him since morning.
Shakib flew to the country on Tuesday (August 16). He published a photo taken at the John F Kennedy Air Base in New York on his Facebook page. He also expressed some feelings with the picture. Where there is a story of getting to know oneself, getting to know people and loving fans while staying in the United States.
Shakib Khan said, Whenever life has thrown me a challenge, or when I have given myself a challenge to break down - I have always won with the grace of the Almighty and the love of my millions of fans. The past nine months in the US have been a challenge in my life, and once again I have successfully completed it with your love.
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