• (L to R) Abhishek Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Apple CEO Tim Cook and Shah Rukh KhanFacebook/AmitabhBachchan
  • Apple CEO Tim Cook with Shah Rukh Khan and Amitabh Bachchan in Mumbai.Facebook/AmitabhBachchan
  • Shah Rukh Khan takes selfie with Farah Khan and Apple CEO Tim CookTwitter/Farah Khan
  • Sriram Madhav Nene with Apple CEO Tim Cook and actress Madhuri Dixit NeneTwitter/MadhuriDixit
  • Shah Rukh Khan takes a selfie with Sania Mirza and Apple CEO Tim Cook at his residence Mannat in Mumbai.Twitter/Sania Mirza
  • Music composer A. R. Rahman with Apple CEO Tim CookTwitter/A.R.Rahman

Shah Rukh Khan hosted a grand party on Wednesday night in honour of Apple's CEO Tim Cook. The big bash was held at Shah Rukh's residence Mannat in Bandra, Mumbai, and several big celebrities were in attendance.

Among those who attended the big bash were Adi and Parmeshwar Godrej, Akash Ambani, Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Abhishek Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Aamir Khan, Madhuri Dixit Nene with husband Sriram Madhav Nene, Sania Mirza, Farah Khan, Vidhu Vinod Chopra, Anupama Chopra, Rajkumar Hirani, Mahesh Bhatt, Isha M. Ambani, A.R. Rahman, former Indian cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin and Pritam and others.

Shah Rukh later took to Twitter to thank his friends and celebrities for attending the party. He also praised the Apple head honcho and called him a "rockstar."

"Thk u all for coming & making @tim_cook & his wonderful team feel the warmth & love of India.Mr.Cook u r a rockstar!" Shah Rukh tweeted with a group photo of the celebs with Cook.

Before the party, Cook visited the famous Mehboob Studio, where he met Film and TV Producers Guild of India president Mukesh Bhatt, "Raaz 4" actor Emraan Hashmi as well as Mahesh Bhatt. "People from the Apple group got in touch with me, saying that Tim would not want to skip Bollywood on his first visit to India. I showed him around the sets. He seemed keen to see how Apple could partner with the industry - after all, movies don't have to be made by just big film producers these days, it can be shot on an iPhone," Mukesh said, according to the Economic Times.