Shah Rukh Khan is one of the most loved actors in the country and is called the ‘King of Romance’. His trademark dimpled smile and endearing eyes melt the hearts of anyone watching him onscreen. It was today, that Shah Rukh Khan started his Bollywood career today exactly 26 years ago when he starred with Divya Bharti and Rishi Kapoor’s Deewana. We still can’t believe that it has been such a long time that King is entertaining us and to win our heart with his charms.
Shah Rukh Khan is known for doing experimental roles in recent times and also made a huge mark in cinemagoers and critics minds. Post his debut, SRK took a tough decision by playing negative roles when other actors would avoid taking such steps. He proves his acting mantle in movies such as Darr, Anjaam, and then Baazigar that he is here stay for a long haul. He also was ready to take a risk to feature in a movie opposite nation heartthrob at the time Sunny Deol and that was a changing point in his career. The movie still remembers for SRK Iconic Stammering dialogue I love you KKKKK … Kiran.
Post creating a niche playing anti-hero, shifted the genre with movies such as Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and Dil To Pagal Hai and become the king of romance, every girl wanted to fall in love with the boy like him and all boys aspired to be him. The actor has gone to record stating that Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa as his most favorite movie in his entire filmography to date. He played the role of an innocent individual in the film that left a lasting impression on the minds of the fans.
Shah Rukh Khan besides being very busy with his work commitment takes out time to spend quality time with his family and is truly a doting father and an ideal husband. SRK is a thorough professional who strives for perfection in whatever role he does and always ready to go the extra mile to achieve it. Shah Rukh Khan recently wrapped up shooting for the most ambitious movie of his career, Zero but this time to he wants to follow his instincts and trusts his director blindly.
Shah Rukh Khan’s dialogues are as famous as the man himself. Here are some dialogues from films that have been engraved in our minds forever: