Shah Rukh Khan

Shah Rukh Khan Profile:

Birth Name: Shah Rukh Khan

King Khan, Don, Badshah, The Man With The Midas Touch these are just few of the adjectives used on this strapping, young lad from Delhi who first stole hearts with his endearing performance in the TV serial ‘Fauji.’ With a passion for acting and an amazing screen presence, Shah Rukh Khan has come a long way.

Date Of Birth: 2 November, 1965

Height: 5′ 8″ (1.73 m)

Shah Rukh Khan’s Mini Biography:

Shahrukh Khan is an international superstar born on 2nd November 1965 to Mir Taj Muhammad Khan and Lateef Fatima in New Delhi, India. His mother believed her son was destined to be a great actor often citing resemblance between Khan and Dilip Kumar , another Bollywood legend. His name literally translated into ‘Face of the King’. Born and brought up in Delhi, he was brilliant student and an all rounder. At St. Columba’s School he won the prestigious ‘Sword of Honour’. He was also the captain of his football, hockey and cricket teams. After sustaining a football injury, he decided started to consider acting as a career. He graduated with honors in Economics from Hansraj College and did his masters in mass communications from Jamiya Miliya Islamia. Khan then went on to study theatre under the reputed Mr. Barry John whom he credits for carving out the actor inside him but his mentor considers his pupil as being solely responsible for his greatness and glory citing Shahrukh to have the perfect combination of ‘talent, perseverance, belief in yourself, a never-give-up-attitude and of course, a bit of luck’; factors needed for success. The King began his journey by landing the lead role of a commando in 1988 drama series ‘Fauji’. He was much applauded for his work and soon became the heartthrob of teenage girls bagging roles in other serials as Circus and Dil Dariya, the former being delayed due to various reasons. He also had a minor role in a made for television film called ‘In Which Annie Gives It Those Ones’. His big screen debut came in the form of ‘Deewana’ where he acted alongside the then top actress of Bollywood Divya Bharti and won the prestigious Filmfare award for Best Debut Actor Male. He had also starred earlier in a small role in ‘Dil Aashna Hai’. This was followed by another hit in the form of ‘Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman’. After a few more films which did average or less at the box office, Khan made the unique choice against all advice to opt for negative roles and played obsessive, somewhat psychotic characters in ‘Darr’ and ‘Baazigar’. To everyone’s surprise the films were massive hits and Shahrukh earned his first Best Actor award and was also nominated in the villainous role category. The same year he bagged the Critics Award for best performance in ‘Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa’, a film he often recalls as amongst his favorites. A series of hits and a few flops followed to what would be remembered as one of Khan’s most iconic performances and a film which is arguably India’s biggest hit so far. The epic ‘Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge’ was released on 20th October 1995 and as of 2011 still plays in a Mumbai theatre, thus being the longest running film in the history. Coincidentally Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise was the initial choice as the main lead but the role went to Shahrukh who is now nicknamed ‘Tom Cruise of India’. Khan has come a long way since then with a string of hits under his belt which include some of Bollywood’s biggest in both national and international markets namely Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Kabhi Khushi Gham, Devdas, Swades, Chak De India, Om Shanti Om, My Name Is Khan, Ra-One and Don 2, thus making him the undisputed mega star of India. His fame does not stop here; following release of his films overseas he has been credited as the world’s biggest movie star and was named among the 50 most powerful people by Newsweek. Even with all the success and boasting a statue among the elite in Madame Tussaud’s, he is quoted as being one of the most humble and down to earth personalities although his wit is unmatched by even the best in business. This has led to him being a host of many television programs, game shows and award functions including India’s version of ‘Who Wants To Be A Millionaire’. He also owns two production houses ‘Dreamz Unlimited’ and ‘Red Chillies Entertainment’. Khan resides in his beach-side palatial mansion called ‘Mannat’ in Mumbai, India with his wife Gauri Khan and two children Aryan and Suhana.

Shah Rukh Khan’s Personal Life:

He fell in love with a Delhi girl Gauri Chibba and later got married to her on 25 October 1991. Being a Muslim man married to a Hindu woman, he and his wife combine both religious backgrounds into their children’s education. He is got two kids a son called Aryan Khan and a daughter named Suhana Khan. Gauri Khan used to host a weekly Hindi music countdown show, Oye, for a music channel in the 1990s. She is the face of the fashion line, Aftershock. She appeared on the January 2008 cover of the Indian edition of Vogue.

Gauri is part-owner and part-producer of the production company, Red Chillies Entertainment along with Shah Rukh khan.

Shah Rukh Khan’ sControversies:

Shah Rukh was in controversy for comparing Prophet Mohammad to negative figures in History like Hitler. His comment was given to a magazine which offended Muslim community.

According to the rumors, the Mumbai Aman Committee issued a complaint against Shah Rukh Khan to the Bandra Police Station. They claim that SRK has offended the attitudes of their community and was called for a clarification.

The issue was sorted later on when the magazine clarified the reports.

Besides, this a major tiff happend between Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan on Katrina Kaif’ birthday. Salman was already ‘high’ by the time this started and probably SRK too had a few drinks. We all know how reckless Salman has been in the past. Salman asked SRK to do a guest role in Mr. and Mrs. Khanna, a home production of Salman and his brothers. Salman obviously thought SRK would agree given how many times Salman has done guest roles for SRK–Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, OSO, SRK’s TV show etc. SRK declined and this pissed off Salman. Salman began irritating SRK about how Dus Ka Dum is doing better than his Paanchi Paas. Salman continued to irritate SRK and then SRK decided to retort and did a joke on his ex-girlfriend, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. After this fight Salman and Shah Rukh still share a cold vibes.

Shah Rukh Khan Filmography:

  • Yash Chopra’s Next  (Nov 2012) (Under Production)
  • Student Of The Year  (2012) (Released)
  • Don 2  (23 Dec 2011) (Released)
  • Ra.One  (26 Oct 2011) (Released)
  • Love Breakups Zindagi  (7 Oct 2011) (Released)
  • Always Kabhi Kabhi  (17 Jun 2011) (Released)
  • Happy New Year  (1 Jan 2011) (Released)
  • Shahrukh Bola Khoobsurat Hai Tu  (19 Nov 2010) (Released)
  • My Name Is Khan  (12 Feb 2010) (Released)
  • Dulha Mil Gaya  (8 Jan 2010) (Released)
  • Billu  (13 Feb 2009) (Released)
  • Luck By Chance  (30 Jan 2009) (Released)
  • Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi  (12 Dec 2008) (Released)
  • Bhoothnath  (9 May 2008) (Released)
  • Krazzy 4  (11 Apr 2008) (Released)
  • Om Shanti Om  (9 Nov 2007) (Released)
  • Heyy Babyy  (24 Aug 2007) (Released)
  • Chak De India  (10 Aug 2007) (Released)
  • I See You  (29 Dec 2006) (Released)
  • Don – The Chase Begins Again  (20 Oct 2006) (Released)
  • Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna  (11 Aug 2006) (Released)
  • Paheli  (24 Jun 2005) (Released)
  • Silsiilay  (17 Jun 2005) (Released)
  • Kaal  (29 Apr 2005) (Released)
  • Kuch Meetha Ho Jaaye  (15 Apr 2005) (Released)
  • Swades  (17 Dec 2004) (Released)
  • Veer Zaara  (12 Nov 2004) (Released)
  • Main Hoon Na  (30 Apr 2004) (Released)
  • Yeh Lamhe Judaai Ke  (9 Apr 2004) (Released)
  • Kal Ho Naa Ho  (28 Oct 2003) (Released)
  • Chalte Chalte  (13 Jun 2003) (Released)
  • Saathiya  (20 Dec 2002) (Released)
  • Shakti – The Power  (20 Sep 2002) (Released)
  • Devdas  (12 Jul 2002) (Released)
  • Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam  (24 May 2002) (Released)
  • Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham  (14 Dec 2001) (Released)
  • Asoka  (26 Oct 2001) (Released)
  • One 2 Ka 4  (30 Mar 2001) (Released)
  • Gaja Gamini  (1 Dec 2000) (Released)
  • Mohabbatein  (27 Oct 2000) (Released)
  • Josh  (9 Jun 2000) (Released)
  • Hey! Ram  (18 Feb 2000) (Released)
  • Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani  (21 Jan 2000) (Released)
  • Baadshah  (27 Aug 1999) (Released)
  • Kuch Kuch Hota Hai  (16 Oct 1998) (Released)
  • Dil Se  (21 Aug 1998) (Released)
  • Achanak  (12 Jun 1998) (Released)
  • Duplicate  (7 May 1998) (Released)
  • Dil To Pagal Hai  (30 Oct 1997) (Released)
  • Yes Boss  (18 Jul 1997) (Released)
  • Koyla  (18 Apr 1997) (Released)
  • Gudgudee  (4 Apr 1997) (Released)
  • Dushman Duniya Ka  (22 Nov 1996) (Released)
  • Army  (28 Jun 1996) (Released)
  • Chahat  (21 Jun 1996) (Released)
  • English Babu Desi Mem  (26 Jan 1996) (Released)
  • Trimurti  (22 Dec 1995) (Released)
  • Ram Jaane  (29 Nov 1995) (Released)
  • Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge  (26 Sep 1995) (Released)
  • Oh Darling Yeh Hai India  (11 Aug 1995) (Released)
  • Guddu  (11 Aug 1995) (Released)
  • Zamana Deewana  (28 Jul 1995) (Released)
  • Karan Arjun  (13 Jan 1995) (Released)
  • Anjaam  (22 Apr 1994) (Released)
  • Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa  (25 Feb 1994) (Released)
  • Darr  (24 Dec 1993) (Released)
  • Baazigar  (12 Nov 1993) (Released)
  • King Uncle  (5 Feb 1993) (Released)
  • Maya Memsaab  (1 Jan 1993) (Released)
  • Pehla Nasha  (1 Jan 1993) (Released)
  • Dil Aashna Hai  (25 Dec 1992) (Released)
  • Raju Ban Gaya Gentlemen  (13 Nov 1992) (Released)
  • Chamatkar  (8 Jul 1992) (Released)
  • Deewana  (25 Jun 1992) (Released)
  • In Which Annie Gives It Those Ones  (1 Jan 1989) (Released)
  • Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge  (1 Jan 1983) (Released)

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