He’s the King of Bollywood whose life is an incredible saga of success. This romantic hero had won millions of hearts along with Padma Shri in 2005 and 14 Filmfare awards. Here’s the list of top-10 movies of our hero, Shah Rukh Khan that one can’t afford to miss!
- Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995)
DDLJ is the best ever rom-com made by Aditya Chopra. The story revolves around 2 love birds who happen to meet on vacation, followed by family drama in their lives. This is known to be the biggest hit in the Bollywood industry with a collection of ₹1.22 billion. The film had crossed an uninterrupted 25+ years run at the famous Maratha Mandir theatre in Mumbai.
During this Pandemic, let’s just recall Raj’s words -“bade bade deshon mein aisi choti choti baatein hoti rehti hain …Senorita.”
Shah Rukh Khan aka Raj Malhotra
Kajol Devgan aka Simran Singh
Amrish Puri aka Chaudhry Baldev Singh
- Karan Arjun (1995)
This is a 90’s masterpiece directed by Rakesh Roshan filled with action, love, comedy, and thrill. The storyline of the two brothers is extraordinary and captures various social elements. The fire of revenge was precisely what the era needed in its movies. This is the second highest-grossing film of 1995 after DDLJ.
Shah Rukh Khan aka Arjun
Salman Khan aka Karan
Kajol Devgan aka Sonia
Amrish Puri aka Thakur Durjan Singh
- Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998)
This romantic classic is another spectacular hit by SRK that will make you feel lovely. The movie revolves around a love triangle, not the cringe one but a fantastic story about love, friendship, and loyalty of the trio! The more you watch this movie, the more flawless it comes out to be. The role of Kajol is widely loved as it was super relatable, and she gave a splendid performance. It was the first film of Karan Johar as a director and KKHH made his career gold. Take some time out of your busy routine and watch it with your loved ones!
Shah Rukh Khan aka Rahul
Kajol Devgan aka Anjali
Rani Mukherji aka Tina
Sana Saeed aka child Anjali Khanna
- Mohabbatein (2000)
This romantic musical film by Aditya Chopra was another blockbuster hit involving the Bachchan and the Khan. They created some sort of magic on screen. The lead actresses were exquisite, and it had the right doses of emotion and good music that triggers the trend of the year 2000. This film was produced on a budget of 19 crores and was considered to be the most expensive film at the time.
Shah Rukh Khan aka Raj
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan aka Megha
Amitabh Bachchan aka Narayan Shankar
Jugal Hansraj aka Sameer Sharma
- Kal Ho Na Ho (2003)
If you’re up for crying all night then grab your popcorn and admire this emotional journey of Aman directed by Nikkhil Advani. You would never want to miss the pretty presence of Preity Zinta in the movie! This movie will never get old, it is a heartbreaking movie filled with positivity, excitement, and funny moments. There are many shots to cherish in this movie.
To all the people getting emotional in lockdown, kindly do not play the title song of this movie. You would need 90 extra boxes of tissues!
Shah Rukh Khan aka Aman
Preity Zinta aka Naina
Saif Ali Khan aka Rohit
Jaya Bachchan aka Jennifer Kapur
- Veer Zaara (2004)
This romantic film is directed by the legendary Yash Chopra. This movie will take you on a roller coaster ride of emotions, and it highlights topics like India-Pak relations, gender equality, and truth as well. All the actors did a remarkable job, one will find everything here, passion, anger, love, and grief. If you want to experience the intense acting of SRK, along with the classic cinematography, go for this one for sure!
Shah Rukh Khan aka Veer
Preity Zinta aka Zaara
Rani Mukherji aka Saamiya
- Main Hoon Naa (2004)
This was Farah Khan’s first movie as a director, and this is an important film that talks about Indo-Pak issues from a different point of view. This was the first movie under Red Chillies Entertainment and received a fantastic response from the critics. The songs in this film are played on almost every occasion. The youth of our country loves this movie for its College Humor.
SRK aka Ram Prasad Sharma
Zayed Khan aka Laxman
Sushmita Sen aka Chandni Chopra
Amrita Rao aka Sanjana
- Chak De! India (2007)
Shimit Amin’s Chak De! India is known to be a powerful movie in the sports category. If you’re a sports-obsessed hockey fan and a patriot, then this is a must-watch. It will keep giving you chills and suspense between the moments of the film and you will get to see endless unconditional love for India. All the talented hockey players nailed their performances in the film.
Shah Rukh Khan aka Kabir Khan
Vidya Malvade aka Vidya Sharma
Sagarika Ghatge aka Preety Sabharwal
Tanya Abrol aka Balbir Kaur
- Om Shanti Om (2007)
Farah Khan’s romantic fantasy film is a piece of sheer perfection. This insanely dramatic movie has every element you desire, from a kind of spooky take to a perfect love story. This movie had some fantastic dialogues by SRK, and its musical journey will take you to the moon and back. Deepika Padukone was stunning too. Watch it when you want to watch some over the top drama!
Shah Rukh Khan aka Om
Deepika Padukone aka Shanti Priya
Arjun Rampal aka Mukesh
Shreyas Talpade aka Pappu
- My Name Is Khan (2010)
This gem of a film is directed by Karan Johar, and Shah Rukh’s character as Rizwaah Khan can never be forgotten. From his expressions to his body language, there is actually nothing that SRK can’t do. This magnificent movie is a must-watch.
SRK aka Rizwaah Khan
Kajol Devgan aka Mahindra
Are you feeling sad because the list is over? Picture abhi baaki hai mere dost… We just cannot get enough of King Khan. His screen presence is something people die for! We have a bonus suggestion for you! Happy Watching!
- Dear Zindagi (2016)
Directed by Gauri Shinde, this is a very inspiring movie that tells you the true meaning of your life and helps you rediscover yourself. SRK looks charming, and like every film, he owns this one too. With his role as a doctor, he seems like a fine therapist.
Shah Rukh Khan aka Dr. Jehangir Khan
Alia Bhatt aka Kaira
Shah Rukh never fails to make us fall head over heels for him. We are sure you will love every bit of these movies, and you’ll be left wanting more of our one and only SRK!
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