Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan bursts into the introductory scenes of 'Happy New Year' with his eight packs covered in muck.
Those eight packs made no impression on me as much as the giggling, clapping AbRam (Shah Rukh Khan's youngest son) making his on-screen debut in the credit-roll.
Farah Khan is known for her curtain-call-like credit-rolls at the end of her films.
She squeezes out all her creative juices at the very end of her films - introducing her technical team, producers and this time star kids.
'Happy New Year' presents not only AbRam, but the credits also has shots of Farah's triplets.
Though the reason for showing the kids is completely unknown; four little guest appearances certainly makes another good reason to catch the musical heist.
It was reported earlier that AbRam Khan would make his first onscreen appearance in 'Happy New Year'.
Though the one-year-old was nowhere to be seen in the three-hour long movie, the fans had to wait until the end to get a glimpse of the tiny Khan.
The toddler looked happy on the sets and his dotting father was seen playing, cuddling his little one.
Looks like Shah Rukh Khan's youngest child knows to have all the fun!
Another picture of AbRam dressed up as Santa Claus has been doing the rounds on several social networking sites.
Even though there's a lot of time for Christmas it's certainly 'Happy New Year' for father Shah Rukh.
This one comes after SRK and AbRam had done a fun photo-shoot together and released AbRam's picture officially.
Box office report:
'Happy New Year' has broken the first day India box office collection record set by 'Dhoom 3' in 2013.
Released during the Diwali holiday, the multi-starrer collected $7.3 million (Rs450 million) in India on Friday.
'Dhoom 3' earned $5.9m (Rs360m) on its opening day during the 2013 Christmas holidays.
Boman Irani, Farah Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, Abhishek Bachchan, Sonu Sood and Vivaan Shah at Happy New Year Premiere at Atlantis The Palm.
Directed by Farah Khan, who also made the blockbusters 'Main Hoon Naa' and 'Om Shanti Om', both starring Shah Rukh Khan, 'Happy New Year' also stars top Bollywood heroine Deepika Padukone, Abhishek Bachchan and Boman Irani.
Set between India and Dubai, the film is about a motley bunch that must enter the finals of a global dance competition in order to get close to diamonds they plan to heist.
Shah Rukh Khan, who produced the film through his Red Chillies company, tweeted: "Thank u world for the love. What an enormous welcome to HNY all over. I hope team HNY made you all smile a lot."
After AbRam's debut, the box office collection is definitely like a cherry on the cake for SRK.