Shah Rukh Khan is known as King Khan in the industry, and rightfully so. The emergence of Shah Rukh Khan is genuinely the stuff of legends. He was an outcast who steadily progressed without the aid of a godfather and inspired millions of young aspirants by demonstrating that such a journey is feasible. Early in his career, he took chances, and the audience fell in love with the anti-hero.
And he keeps on experimenting. Though his most recent films, Fan and Zero, may not have had the expected commercial success, they have unquestionably advanced cinematography on a technical level. Shah Rukh Khan is currently on a sort of sabbatical, yet he is still a star in high demand.
Shah Rukh Khan in Chak De! India
Goalkeeper Mir Ranjan Negi made a poor save against Pakistan in a hockey game, and after India lost, he was immediately called a traitor. Years later, he found redemption when he was hired to lead a profitable women’s team. Shah Rukh’s role was mainly based on Negi, and the movie’s widespread appeal helped him come to terms with his past. Although SRK was once—and still is—known as the king of romance, his appearance in the movie with the stubble raised controversy.
Additionally, we haven’t seen him in his alpha-male position, where he takes complete command of the hockey team and leads them to victory. What remained was an athlete who received a second chance at redemption; the lover-boy superstar had vanished. We all experienced chills when SRK delivered the inspirational speech “Sattar minute hai tumhare paas…shayad tumhari Zindagi ke sabse khaas sattar minute” prior to the crucial match-deciding game. It became a famous monologue that purportedly gained appeal in business schools and motivational talks. Every time we hear it, it gives us energy.
Shah Rukh Khan in My Name Is Khan
Shah Rukh Khan portrayed a Muslim actor with Asperger’s condition who was falsely suspected of being a terrorist owing to external factors. Following 9/11, the movie struck a chord, and Shah Rukh Khan received many accolades for his brave performance. Since he was a young child, Rizwan Khan (Shah Rukh Khan) has experienced Asperger’s syndrome. He is an expert at fixing things. His sister-in-law recognizes his condition after his brother transports him to America. He meets Mandira (Kajol), a Hindu woman with a little boy named Sam from a previous marriage. They clicked, and they soon got married.
Following their marriage, she assumes his last name, which gets them into problems after the 9/11 attacks. The youngsters in his neighborhood taunt Sam due to his new last name, and he is later killed in a hate crime. Mandira, who has been broken, wants to be Rizwan’s type breaker. She informs him that the US president must accept his name as Khan and that he is not a terrorist before she will allow him back into her life. To complete his mission, he sets out on a voyage across America, having numerous experiences along the way. Obama, the incoming president, grants him his dream, and he finally gets to meet him.
40 or more Rahul is a member of a mithaiwala family. His grandmother asked him to bury his grandfather’s ashes at Rameswaram after he passed away at the age of 99. He leaves Mumbai on the Chennai Express to get off at Kayan and go to Goa with his pals. He justifies this decision by saying that since all oceans are one, he would rather have fun and let the ashes float around in Goa. He exits the train at Kalyan but fails to retrieve the pot with the ashes. In an apparent parody of DDLJ, he sprints back to the train and helps a female and four others board it.
Deepika Padukone’s character, Meenamma, is fleeing her family, the men are goons sent by her father to pick her up, and the man must travel with them in the Chennai Express to their home village because he saw one of the men shove a TC off the train. During the gorgeous voyage, the two become friends, and later, he aids her in another escape while falling in love with her. Rahul and Meenamma’s relationship is approved by her family at the movie’s conclusion, and he makes his grandmother’s final request by scattering her ashes at Rameswaram.
Shah Rukh Khan in Fan
In this suspenseful thriller, Shah Rukh Khan was featured as a mad doppelganger fan who was obsessed with the star, who was once again played by Shah Rukh Khan. The remarkable resemblance between Gaurav (SRK) and Aryan Khanna (SRK) helps him win a local talent competition by dressing like his favorite actor. He boards a train towards Mumbai in order to meet Aryan. Gaurav beats up the other actor and forces him to apologize when he makes derogatory comments about Aryan to the media.
He is humiliated by Aryan, who has him imprisoned and tells him he isn’t a loyal fan. Gaurav, furious, vows retaliation. He starts pretending to be an Aryan both in India and overseas, which damages his reputation. With the assistance of Gaurav’s parents, Aryan sets up a trap for him and succeeds in catching him. Although he wants Gaurav to live everyday life, Gaurav decides to end his own life.
Aanand L. Rai’s ambitious idea Zero was about a dwarf with unrestrained ambitions. In the movie, Anushka portrays a brilliant space scientist who, regrettably, is wheelchair-bound and has cerebral palsy. She meets with Bauaa, a character played by Shah Rukh Khan, and he tries to win her over. He believes that their compatibility stems from the fact that he is a midget and she constantly uses a wheelchair. When she learns that he has a crush on Katrina Kaif’s character in a movie named Babita Kumari, she severs all ties with him. Returning to her, Bauaa joins a space program that sends people to Mars as a volunteer. Though he succeeds in his task, he is unable to make it back.