|Full Name||Shahrukh Khan|
|DOB||November 2, 1965|
|Profession||Actor, Producer, Businessman|
|Net Worth||750 million USD (2022)|
Shah Rukh Khan is a Hindi film actor, film producer, and television personality from India. He has appeared in almost 80 films and received various honors, including 14 Filmfare Awards. The Indian government honored him with the Padma Shri, and the French government honored him with the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres and the Legion of Honor. Khan has a significant fan base in Asia and the Indian diaspora worldwide.
Shah Rukh Khan began his career in the late 1980s with guest appearances on many television shows. In 1992, he made his Bollywood debut with Deewana. Khan rose to prominence early in his career for his evil parts in films such as Baazigar, Darr, and Anjaam. Khan is the co-chairman of the motion picture production business Red Chillies Entertainment and its subsidiaries as of 2015, as well as the co-owner of the Indian Premier League cricket side Kolkata Knight Riders and the Caribbean Premier League cricket franchise Trinbago Knight Riders. He is frequently listed among the most important persons in Indian culture, and Newsweek named him one of the world’s fifty most powerful people in 2008.
Shah Rukh Khan Early Life
Khan’s paternal family was still living in Peshawar’s Qissa Khwani Bazaar’s Shah Wali Qataal neighbourhood in 2010. Meer relocated to New Delhi following India’s partition in 1948.Khan grew up in New Delhi’s Rajendra Nagar neighborhood. His father had many businesses, including a restaurant, while the family lived in rented flats. Khan attended St. Columba’s School in downtown Delhi, where he excelled in both academics and sports such as hockey and football, earning the school’s highest honor, the Sword of Honour.
Shah Rukh Khan studied economics at Hansraj College (1985–88) but spent most of his time in Delhi’s Theatre Action Group (TAG), where he learned acting under the tutelage of theatre director Barry John. Hansraj then enrolled in a master’s program in mass communication at Jamia Millia Islamia but dropped out to pursue his acting career. During his early career in Bollywood, he also attended the National School of Drama in Delhi.
Shah Rukh Khan Acting Career
Shah Rukh Khan’s first starring part was in Lekh Tandon’s television series Dil Dariya, which began filming in 1988, but production delays forced him to make his television debut instead in the Raj Kumar Kapoor directed 1989 series Fauji.He relocated from Delhi to Mumbai to pursue a full-time Bollywood career, and he was promptly signed to four films. His first offer was for Hema Malini’s directorial debut, Dil Aashna Hai, and he had begun filming by June. His feature film début was in Deewana, which came out in June 1992
Khan’s feature film début was in Deewana, which came out in June 1992. He co-starred with Divya Bharti as the film’s second male protagonist, following Rishi Kapoor. Deewana was a box office success, launching Khan’s Bollywood career.Among his 1993 movies, Khan received the most praise for his villainous characters in two box office hits: Baazigar as a killer and Darr as an obsessed lover.
In 1994, Shah Rukh Khan played a love-struck guitarist opposite Deepak Tijori and Suchitra Krishnamurthy in Kundan Shah’s comedy-drama film Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa, which he subsequently admitted was his favorite part. Shah Rukh Khan got the Filmfare Best Villain Award in 1994 for his portrayal of an obsessive lover in Anjaam, co-starring Madhuri Dixit.
In 1995, Khan appeared in seven films, the first being Rakesh Roshan’s operatic thriller Karan Arjun. It became India’s second-highest-grossing picture of the year, co-starring Salman Khan and Kajol. Aditya Chopra’s directorial debut, Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, in which he played a young Non-resident Indian (NRI) who falls in love with Kajol’s character during a tour through Europe, was his most notable release that year.
Shah Rukh Khan Khan’s only film in 1999 was Baadshah, in which he co-starred with Twinkle Khanna. Although the film bombed at the box office, it got him a Filmfare Award nomination for Best Performance in a Comic Role, which he lost to Govinda for Haseena Maan Jaayegi. Khan began his career as a producer in 1999 when he co-founded Dreamz Unlimited with actress Juhi Chawla and director Aziz Mirza. Khan played a supporting role in Kamal Haasan’s Hey Ram (2000), which was produced in both Tamil and Hindi. As a result, he made his Tamil debut as an archaeologist named Amjad Khan.
In Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s historical romance Devdas, Khan played the title role as a rebellious alcoholic opposite Aishwarya Rai and Madhuri Dixit in 2002. It was the most costly Bollywood film ever made at the time, costing more than $500 million. Shah Rukh Khan appeared in Amol Palekar’s fantasy drama Paheli in 2005. At the 79th Academy Awards, the film was India’s nomination for Best Foreign Language Film.
In Yash Raj Films’ semi-fictional Chak De! India, Khan portrayed a disgraced hockey player who coaches the Indian women’s national hockey team to World Cup success. According to Bhaichand Patel, Khan, who had a hockey background and had played for his university’s hockey team, essentially portrayed himself as a “cosmopolitan, liberal, Indian Muslim.”Khan worked with Aditya Chopra for the third time on the love drama Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi (2008), opposite Anushka Sharma, who was a beginner at the time.
Shah Rukh Khan suffered a shoulder injury while filming a brief part in Mudassar Aziz’s Dulha Mil Gaya in December 2008. He received rigorous rehabilitation at the time, but the discomfort rendered him nearly immobile, and he underwent arthroscopic surgery in February 2009. As a favor to his children, Khan featured opposite Arjun Rampal and Kareena Kapoor in Anubhav Sinha’s superhero film Ra. One, his debut work in this genre. The plot follows a videogame creator in London who builds a wicked figure who escapes into the real world. Don 2, Khan’s second film in 2011, was a sequel to Don (2006).
Shah Rukh Khan’s only release in 2012 was Yash Chopra’s farewell film, the romantic drama Jab Tak Hai Jaan, in which he starred alongside Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma in a romantic role. Khan featured in Red Chillies Entertainment’s action comedy Chennai Express in 2013, which received negative reviews and a good amount of criticism for its perceived disparagement of South Indian culture, despite the film’s inclusion of a tribute to Tamil cinema icon Rajinikanth. Khan then starred in Rohit Shetty’s action-comedy Dilwale starring Kajol, Varun Dhawan, and Kriti Sanon (2015).
Awards won By Shah Rukh Khan
- 1993 – Filmfare Best Debut Award for “Deewana”
- 1994 – Filmfare Best Actor Award for “Baazigar”
- 1994 – Filmfare Critics Award for Best Performance for “Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa”
- 1995 – Filmfare Best Villain Award for “Anjaam”
- 1996 – Filmfare Best Actor Award for “Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge”
- 1998 – Filmfare Best Actor Award for “Dil To Pagal Hai”
- 1999 – Filmfare Best Actor Award for “Kuch Kuch Hota Hai”
- 2001 – Filmfare Critics Award for Best Performance for “Mohabbatein”
- 2002 – Filmfare Special Award Swiss Consulate Trophy
- 2003 – Film fare Best Actor Award for “Devdas”
- 2003: IIFA Best Actor Award for “Devdas”
- 2004 – Filmfare Power Award
- 2005 – Filmfare Power Award
- 2005 – Filmfare Best Actor Award for “Swades”
- 2005: IIFA Best Actor Award for “Veer-Zaara”
- 2008 – Filmfare Best Actor Award for “Chak De India”
- 2008: IIFA Best Actor Award for “Chak De India
Top 7 Famous Quotes by Shah Rukh Khan
1. As cynical as it sounds, Failure is something you face alone. Success has a lot of Masters, Friends and Well-Wishers, but Failure is Lonely. Still, it’s just as textured as Success.
2. There is no such thing as normal, Normal is just another word for Lifeless
3. If I can’t do it with skill and talent, then I’d better get into the hearts of people. And if they are loving me, let me just be nice and good about it.”
4. There are a lot of things I realised I can’t be, so I became an actor.
5. I wouldn’t have this life if I didn’t have the love of these people, and in spite of my movies being good or bad.
6. Whatever you’re doing, do it once, then do it one more time, even more carefully. Practice will make everything seem easier. Be diligent, be thorough, think of every job you do as the first one.
7. Sometimes in order to move forward you might need to take a few steps back. And there’s no loss in doing something that hurts in the short run but proves worthwhile in time. – Shah Rukh Khan