10 Most Memorable Roles Of SRK 10 Most Memorable Roles Of SRK
Shahrukh Khan is a name that everyone knows, the man is a versatile actor and successful entrepreneur. On the stars 51st birthday, we look... 10 Most Memorable Roles Of SRK

Shahrukh Khan is a name that everyone knows, the man is a versatile actor and successful entrepreneur. On the stars 51st birthday, we look at his ten most memorable roles over the years.

1. Darr (1993)

“I love you k-k-k-kiran” this famous line comes from this movie. This was a violent love story. Shah Rukh Khan stepped out of his comfort zone and played an obsessed, passionate lover as Rahul in Darr.

2. Baazigar (1993)

This movie played an important role in the life of SRK because from that movie SRK got his first Film fare Award for Best Actor and the second movie for SRK where he plays the anti-hero.

3. Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995)

DDLJ is a movie almost every movie-loving India knows about, with its iconic scenes between Kajol and King Khan.Unfortunately, SRK’s role clearly told men to disturb a woman when she is reading a book and not stop even though she looks perturbed.

4. Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998)

Kuch Hota Hai’ has completed 18 years of success. SRK played Rahul, a name his character took on in several movies. He plays an uber popular college guy who marries the hottest girl but ignores his tom-boyish best friend but eventually ends up with the best friend.

5. Baadshah (1999)

From this movie lent him the title the ‘Baadshah of Bollywood’. Baadshah grossed 25.08 crore (US$3.7 million) in India and $1.5 million (6.52 crore) in other countries.

6. Mohabbatein (2000)

Though the movie is a copy of a Hollywood one, SRK worked his magic to make the movie a commercial hit. He plays a music teacher who helps his students soul-search, much to the disliking of the strict headmaster.

7. Devdas(2002)

A remake of a Bollywood classes was done justice by Shah Rukh Khan. No one could have played the love-lorn and tragic alcoholic lover better than him. The movie has excellent music-dance sequences and a brilliant cast, no wonder it did so well at the box office.

8. Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003)

Each and everyone of us would have cried while watching this movie. That Shah Rukh Khan has a goofy side to him was pretty evident in all the blockbuster romantic comedies.

9. Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi’ (2008)

SRK played two roles in this film, a cheeky in-your-face dance partner and a super simple man who dotes on his wife. The movie launched Anushka Sharma’s career.

10. My Name Is Khan (2010)

 Khan plays a man suffering from Asperger Syndrome. The movie did well worldwide and drew attention to the prejudice faced by Muslims. His acting was commendable and this was another movie where he was paired with Kajol.

Happy B’day SRK!!