Shah Rukh Khan Birthday special
Bollywood very own ‘king of romance’ Shah Rukh Khan turns 51 today and right from the time he entered in the industry, he has himself been an inspirational for many others . A star who remains an inspiration for numerous of strugglers who hope to make it big in the industry.
Ask them and they will tell you, it is King Khan who inspires them the most.
From a commoner in Delhi to one of the biggest superstars in the country, Shah Rukh Khan has been a long successful story.
Born in New Delhi on 2nd November 1965 and brought up in the coastal city of Mangalore for the first five years of his life, Shahrukh made his Bollywood debut about 2 decade ago with Deewana (1992), a film that won him his first Filmfare Award for the Best Debut Male.
It is remarkable how the ‘Chak De India’ star has sustained his stardom at such a high level for all these years.
Most actors in the industry go through various phases in their career when their fans and paying-public desert them, it has happened to the biggest of them, but Shah Rukh’s career has been completely different. His failures are still bigger than the successful films of numerous actors but his fan-following has mostly remained intact.
1995 though was a landmark year in his career. Two of the year’s biggest blockbusters, Rakesh Roshan’s Karan Arjun and Aditya Chopra’s Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge released and Khan went on to become one of the biggest blockbuster in the history of Indian cinema and firmly established Shahrukh as the biggest superstar in the country.
His top grossing movies
1- Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge
2- Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
3- Veer Zaara
4- Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham
5- My Name Is Khan
6- Kal Ho Na Ho
7- Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi
8- Karan Arjun
9- Chak De India
11- Ra. One
12- Main Hoon Na
14- Jab Tak Hai Jaan
So as he steps in the 51st year of his life, we wish King Khan all the success, happiness and good health in the coming year and the rest of his life.
Post your wishes in the comments section below. Two of the best wishes will be forwarded to the man himself.