New York: Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan's wax figure will join celebrities like Johnny Depp and Robert Pattinson at the Madame Tussaud's museum in New York's Times Square on Thursday.
The 45-year-old star's new wax figure will be unveiled with a troupe of colorfully clad Bollywood dancers performing to the soundtrack from his latest film 'My Name Is Khan', which will have its DVD release at the same time.
The actor already has a statue at Tussaud's Los Angeles branch and his latest wax figure will be dressed in a black suit and white shirt, a statement from the museum said.
The 'King Khan', as he is known by fans, is the latest addition to Tussaud's newly launched 'Bollywood Zone'.
Khan, who was named one of Newsweek's '50 Most Powerful People in the World' in 2008, has a fan following in the billions.
'My Name Is Khan' centers around a Muslim man from India with Asperger's Syndrome whose life gets impacted by 9/11 incident.
Khan and Kajol became the first Bollywood stars to ring the NASDAQ bell for Fox Searchlight Pictures, the distributors of the film.