5 Romantic Films of SRK that you can watch with BAE, take a look!
The recent release of Salman Khan’s Bharat has a dialogue that two people got famous in the 90s. They were Sachin Tendulkar, the cricket sensation, and the king of Bollywood Shah Rukh Khan The dialogue is as true as anything. However, Shah Rukh Khan rose to fame after playing a negative role in Baazigar but gradually, he became the king of romance.
These days ‘Romance’ has got a new meaning. But nobody can never replace SRK’s romance. It was cute yet deep. Well, monsoon is here with a bang. In that case, here is a list of 5 romantic films of SRK that you can watch with your BAE.
You may have expected Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge on the top but if you are a true fan of romance, then you will agree with our pick. The eternal sacrifice of Veer Pratap Singh for Zaara Hayat Khan is amongst the best we have in Hindi films. The movie had one of the best background music and was directed by legendary late Yash Chopra.
2.Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge
The epic saga of Raj and Simran will always be alive until there is life on this planet. The longest-running film is still one of our favourites. The movie may have released in the year 1995 but it has a never-ending connection to our heart.
3. Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
Rahul and Raj were one of the common names for the 90s and early 2000s kids and SRK is the big reason for this. He played Rahul in this movie and showed how a friend could be our soul-mate as well. This movie also has the iconic and never replaceable Jodi of Shah Rukh and Kajol who played the college lovers in the film.
How could we miss this film on this list? Those soothing tunes of violin and romantic dialogues in SRK’s voice. The beauty of the film isn’t SRK romancing but him teaching love to kids. Mohabbatein is the second movie directed by Aditya Chopra which also featured Amitabh Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in pivotal roles.
5. Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi
This is a simple but adorable story of a simple man who falls for vivacious Tani after their marriage. This is a little modern take of Shah Rukh’s romance which sees a different Shah Rukh with machoness, style, hotness and spiked hairs. This is probably the last best romantic movie of our King Khan.
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