Shahrukh Khan

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Shahrukh Khan
Born 2 November 1965 (1965-11-02) (age 49)
New Delhi, India
Other names Shah Rukh Khan
King Khan
SRK
Shahrukh
Occupation Actor, Producer, Television presenter
Years active 1988 – present
Height 5 feet 9 inches (175 centimeters)
Spouse Gauri Khan (1991 – present)

Shahrukh Khan also Shah Rukh Khan (born 2 November 1965) is a Bollywood Indian actor. He was born in New Delhi, his grandparents having moved there from Afghanistan and Peshawar.[1][2] He started his career appearing on television in the late 1980s. He is Muslim and studied at a Muslim school. He is married to Gauri, a Hindu and has three children; Aryan, Suhana and AbRan. He also has a sister named Shehnaz Lalarukh. He has a master's degree. He is one of the biggest stars in "Bollywood".

Movies[change | change source]

Year Film Other notes
2014 Happy New Year (2014 film) Chandramohan "Charlie" Sharma
2013 Chennai Express Rahul Won,Filmfare best film award
2012 Jab tak hai Jaan Grossed 1000 million+
2011 Ra.one Blockbuster movie
2010 My Name Is Khan Rizvan Khan Won, Filmfare Best Actor Award
2009 Dulha Mil Gaya Raj
2009 Billu Barber Sahir Khan
2008 Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi Surinder Sahni
2008 Bhootnath Special Appearance
2008 Krazzy 4 Special Appearance
2007 Om Shanti Om Om Prakash Makhija/Om Kapoor
2007 Chak De! India Pardeep basra
2006 I See You Special Appearance
2006 Don - The Chase Begins Again Don/Vijay
2006 Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna Dev Saran
2006 Alag Special appearance in song Sabse Alag
2005 The Inner and Outer World of Shah Rukh Khan Himself (Biographic) Documentary directed by British-based author and director Nasreen Munni Kabir
2005 Paheli Kishanlal/The Ghost India's official entry to the Oscars
2005 Silsiilay Sutradhar (Special Appearance)
2005 Kaal Special appearance in song Kaal Dhamaal
2005 Kuchh Meetha Ho Jaye Himself (Special Appearance)
2004 Swades Mohan Bhargava Won, Filmfare Best Actor Award
2004 Hum Hain Lajawab Mr. Lajawab
2004 Veer-Zaara Veer Pratap Singh Nominated, Filmfare Best Actor Award
2004 Main Hoon Na Maj. Ram Prasad Sharma Nominated, Filmfare Best Actor Award
2004 Yeh Lamhe Judaai Ke Dushant
2003 Kal Ho Naa Ho Aman Mathur Nominated, Filmfare Best Actor Award
2003 Chalte Chalte Raj Mathur
2002 Saathiya Yeshwant Rao (Special Appearance)
2002 Shakti: The Power Jaisingh
2002 Devdas Devdas Mukherjee Won, Filmfare Best Actor Award
2002 Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam Gopal
2001 Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham Rahul Raichand Nominated, Filmfare Best Actor Award
2001 Asoka Asoka
2001 One 2 Ka 4 Arun Verma
2000 Gaja Gamini Shahrukh (Special Appearance)
2000 Mohabbatein Raj Aryan Malhotra Won, Filmfare Critics Award for Best Performance
Nominated, Filmfare Best Actor Award
2000 Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega Rahul (Special Appearance)
2000 Josh (movie) Max
2000 Hey Ram Amjad Ali Khan India's official entry to the Oscars
2000 Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani Ajay Bakshi
1999 Baadshah Raj 'Baadshah'Heera
1998 Kuch Kuch Hota Hai Rahul Khanna Won, Filmfare Best Actor Award
1998 Dil Se Amarkant Varma
1998 Achanak Special Appearance
1998 Duplicate Bablu Chaudhry/Manu Dada
1997 Dil To Pagal Hai Rahul Won, Filmfare Best Actor Award
1997 Pardes Arjun Saagar
1997 Yes Boss Rahul
1997 Koyla Shanker
1997 Gudgudee Special Appearance
1996 Dushman Duniya Ka Badru
1996 Army Arjun
1996 Chaahat Roop Rathore
1996 English Babu Desi Mem Vikram/Hari/Gopal Mayur
1995 Trimurti Romi Singh/Bholey
1995 Ram Jaane Ram Jaane
1995 Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge Raj Malhotra Won, Filmfare Best Actor Award
1995 Oh Darling! Yeh Hai India Hero
1995 Guddu Guddu Bahadur
1995 Zamana Deewana Rahul Malhotra
1995 Karan Arjun Arjun Singh/Vijay
1994 Anjaam Vijay Agnihotri Won, Filmfare Best Villain Award
1993 Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa Sunil Won, Filmfare Critics Award for Best Performance
1993 Darr Rahul Mehra
1993 Baazigar Ajay Sharma/Vicky Malhotra Won, Filmfare Best Actor Award
1993 King Uncle Anil
1992 Maya Memsaab Lalit (Special Appearance)
1992 Dil Aashna Hai Karan
1992 Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman Raju
1992 Chamatkar Sunder Srivastava
1992 Deewana Raja Sahai Won, Filmfare Best Debut Award

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References[change | change source]

  1. "Afghan traces Bolly Khans' Pathan roots". Mid Day. 18 May 2011. http://www.mid-day.com/news/2011/may/180511-Kabul-Pathan-community-Hindi-films-Bolly-Khans.htm. Retrieved 11 December 2011.
  2. Swarup, Shubhangi (29 January 2011). "The Kingdom of Khan". India: OPEN (magazine). http://www.openthemagazine.com/article/art-culture/the-kingdom-of-khan. Retrieved 2014-07-16. "Most biographies of Shah Rukh Khan begin with romantic descriptions of Qissa Khawani Bazaar (‘the Street of Storytellers’). It is a market in Peshawar, one that Sir Edward Herbert, a British commissioner of Peshawar, called the ‘Piccadilly of Central Asia’..."

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