10 Favorite Shah Rukh Khan Roles That Still Rules Our Hearts
“Rahul, naam toh suna hi hoga.”
This dialogue has given many Rahuls all over the world one of the best introductory line.
On that note, Raj bhi suna hi hoga.
Yes, we are talking about our very own Badshah of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan, who turns 50 today. In a career span of two decades the actor has showcased many shades of romance as Rahul and Raj, his most common onscreen names.
On his 50th birthday we are going to our favorite 10 of his best performances:
1. Chak De! India
His spectacular performance as the coach of Indian women's hockey team is what we loved in the film. His sattar minute dialogue
from the film got so famous that it has been used and reused by fans.
2. Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge
DDLJ is Bollywood's definitive love story
even today which placed SRK in pole position among the roster of cinematic lover boys. The film still runs in the theaters.
3. Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa
Raj and Rahul have almost always got their love but as Sunil lost his love in this film to his rival, he won the audience and the critics over with his performance.
Swades was one of the first movies of SRK which was different from rest of his mainstream movies where the film was about realism
and not love and revenge.
5. Dil Se...
In this movie SRK shows the desperation of a man who is in love and gets betrayed by his lover. He is however caught up at the
point between love and nationalism.
6. My Name is Khan
SRK won many hearts and empathy when he played the role of an autistic Rizwan. The film revolved around the journey of Rizwan
which he takes to meet the President of the US to say that his name is Khan and he is not a terrorist.
SRK made the anti-hero trend feel legit with this movie where he sets out to avenge his father who was duped by his former
8. Karan Arjun
In this film Shah Rukh Khan plays the role of a workaholic who ignores his wife due to his work and also the role of a spirit who wants nothing more than being with the woman he loves.
10. Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman
Just four films old, SRK did a convincing job of portraying innocence and disenchantment by turns who is caught in a conspiring world of the rich and the glamorous.