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The International Indian Film Academy Awards drew more stars to Toronto on Friday

Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan arrives at the Royal York Hotel in Toronto on Friday. He is slated to perform at the IIFA awards on Saturday night but told disappointed fans he may have to drop out becuase of a knee injury.Reuters

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After a quick wardrobe change, Shahrukh Khan attended a press conference and signed autographs.Reuters

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Actress Sonakshi Sinha at the gala opening of the Bollywood film "Chillar Party" in the Toronto suburb of Brampton on Friday, June 24. The gala was one of the many International Indian Film Academy-related events being held in and around Toronto.Reuters

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Sonakshi Sinha, nominated for best actress at the IIFA awards, greets fans outside the screening of "Chillar Party" in Brampton on Friday.JEWEL SAMAD/AFP / Getty Images

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Actor Gulshan Grover poses with fans as he arrives for the premiere of the film "Chillar Party" in Brampton on Friday.Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press

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Some of the young actors from the film play fight for fans as they arrive for the premiere of the film "Chillar Party" in Brampton on Friday.Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press

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Indian actor Sohail Khan speaks to the media during an IIFA event in Toronto on Friday.JEWEL SAMAD/AFP / Getty Images

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Indian actor Arbaaz Khan greets happy fans during an IIFA event in Toronto on Friday.JEWEL SAMAD/AFP / Getty Images

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