Movies Of Shah Rukh Khan That Made Us Fall In Love With Him
1. Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge
How can we take our eyes off Raj Malhotra, a charming boy with a coquettish grin. As Raj, he hasn’t only won the heart of Simran, but ours too. Find a man who can fight for you, even when it means fighting against the world.
“Bade bade shehron mein aesi chhoti chhoti baatein hoti rahti hain Senorita” is avowed as one of the most used pickup lines that kick our flirting game into high gear.
2. Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
As a teenager, we all make mistakes and we often fail to see things from a wider perspective. The movie, in a nutshell, is the journey of being best friends to two strangers who barely talked and falling in love eventually.
The bond that Rahul, Anjali and Tina shared is a classic specimen of a love triangle anyone could see during the 90s.
To everyone who thought that Shah Rukh Khan can only showcase his romantic side on the screen, movies like Baazigar came as a surprise.
A revenge-driven drama that was nailed by him as Ajay proved that he can outrank the romantic image of his and steal the show even when he plays the cold-blooded brute.
4. Chak De India
Another groundbreaking cinema that was beautifully delineated by none other than Shah Rukh Khan. As a coach of the Indian Women’s Hockey team, the profundity he brought to the character of Kabir Khan is remarkable.
We have often seen him as the king of romance, so out of the ordinary movies like this leaves us in awe undoubtedly.
5. Kal Ho Naa Ho
True love is selfless, and Aman Mathur has served as a testament to this. His stellar performance has touched our hearts and left all his fans in tears with his death.
A stirring display of friendship, love, sacrifices, the movie have got everything covered. His death is something that we can all feel in our guts.
Swades is one of the most underrated gems in Hindi cinema. But Shah Rukh Khan‘s performance as Mohan Bhargava is considered as one of his best roles among many others.
The depth and soul he has given to the character is absolutely justified and offers some great deal of food for thought.
7. My Name Is Khan
You say, Shah Rukh Khan, we’ll hear the one who can master any genre. With this movie, he came out of his comfort zone and ventured into something unwonted, and portrayed a man named Rizwan Khan, who suffers from Asperger’s syndrome.
Demonstrating autism would have been challenging. But the way he has brought the character to life is exceptionally well and thus, giving all his fans one more reason to adore him.
Not only as his ardent fans but as an audience, we believe that none could have done justice to the role of heartbroken Devdas. The ease with which he has imbibed the character of a drunken lover is worthy of high praise.
The intensity of love we see in his eyes, his quivering voice, are what makes him the best suited for Devdas.
This article is written by Adity ( Connect on Instagram: @_the_unfinished_poetry )