Chennai: Bollywood baadshah Shahrukh Khan was conferred with Chevalier Sivaji Award, constituted after veteran Tamil actor Sivaji Ganeshan, Saturday here at the 7th edition of Vijay awards.
Shahrukh received the award from the hands of Kamal Haasan, Vijay and members from the family of Sivaji Ganeshan.
"I have enjoyed working with Kamal Haasan and Ajith Kumar in my career. I may be the owner of Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL cricket league, but my favorite team is Chennai Super Kings," said Shahrukh while receiving his award.
Shahrukh Khan was conferred with Chevalier Sivaji Award, constituted after veteran Tamil actor Sivaji Ganeshan.
Shahrukh, 47, worked with Kamal Haasan in Tamil-Hindi bilingual 'Hey Ram' and with Ajith Kumar in Hindi film 'Asoka'.
King Khan handed over special category awards to actor Vijay and filmmaker A.R Murugadoss.
The awards were presented to actors under different categories for the year 2012.
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