Shah Rukh Khan (or Shah Rukh Khan; born 2 November 1965) is an Indian film actor, producer and television host. He is often called the King of Bollywood. He has acted in more than 70 Hindi films.
Khan has received 14 Filmfare Awards out of 30 nominations and along with Dilip Kumar he has won 8 Best Actor Awards. Keeps records. In 2005, he was awarded the Padma Shri award by the Government of India for his contribution to Indian cinema and the Ordre des Art et des Letters and Legion donor by the Government of France.
After earning a degree in economics, he began his career in theater and several television series in 1980 and entered the film industry in 1992 with the commercially successful film Deewana.
She won the Filmfare First Actor Award for this film. He has since played villainous roles in several films including Darr (1993), Baazigar (1993) and Anjaam (1994). She has acted in a variety of roles in a variety of films including romance films, comedy films, sports films and historical dramas.
Eleven of his films grossed 1 1 billion worldwide. Some of Khan’s films like Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge (1995), Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998), Devdas (2002), Chak De! India (2007),
Om Shanti Om (2007), Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi (2008) and Ra.One (2011) have been among the biggest hits so far and Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham (2001), Kal Ho Na Ho (2003), Veer Zara (2006) and Chennai Express (2013) broke all records, earning Rs 226 crore. Now he is playing his role in many other superhit films.
As of 2015, Khan is the co-chairman of motion picture production company Red Chillies Entertainment and its subsidiaries and co-owner of the Indian Premier League cricket team Kolkata Knight Riders.
Khan’s philanthropic works include health care and disaster relief, and in 2011 she was awarded the UNESCO Pyramid Con Marni Award for her support of children’s education and in 2018 she was awarded the World Economic Forum Crystal for her protection of the rights of women and children in India.
The award was presented. He regularly ranks in the list of influential people in Indian culture and in 2008, Newsweek listed him among the 50 most powerful people in the world.
Early Life of Shah Rukh Khan
Khan was born into a Muslim family in New Delhi. He lived in Mangalore for the first five years of his life, where his grandfather, Iftikhar Ahmed, was the chief engineer of the port in the 1960s.
According to Khan, his grandfather, Jan Mohammad, was an ethnic Pashtun from Afghanistan.Khan’s father, Mir Taj Mohammad Khan, was an Indian freedom fighter in Peshawar, British India (now Pakistan).
Until 2010, Khan’s grandfather’s family was still living in the Shahwali Katal area of Kissa Khawani Bazar in Peshawar. Mir Khan was a follower of Abdul Ghaffar Khan, and was associated with the Indian National Congress. He moved to New Delhi in 1948 after the partition of India.
Khan’s mother, Latif Fatima, was the daughter of a senior government engineer.Her parents were married in 1959. Called him “half Hyderabadi (mother), half Pathan (father), and some Kashmiri (grandmother)” on Twitter.
Khan grew up in the Rajendra Nagar area of Delhi. His father owned several businesses, including a restaurant, and the family lived a middle-class life in rented apartments.
Educated at Columba School, where he studied and excelled in sports such as hockey and football, and received the school’s highest award, the Sword of Honor. Khan initially wanted to pursue a career in sports.
However, in his early years, shoulder injuries made it difficult for him to play. Instead, in his youth, he acted in stage plays and was praised for imitating Bollywood actors, including his favorite Dilip.
Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan and Mumtaz. Her childhood friend and acting partner was Amrita Singh, who became a Bollywood actress. Khan enrolled at Hansraj College (1985-88) to pursue his bachelor’s degree in economics, but spent most of his time in the Theater Action Group (TAG) in Delhi, where he supervised theater director Barry John.
After Hansraj, she started studying for a master’s degree in mass communication at Jamia Millia Islamia, but dropped out to pursue her acting career. She pursued her own career in Bollywood. He also attended the National School of Drama in Delhi during his career.
His father died of cancer in 1981 and his mother in 1991 due to complications of diabetes. After the death of his parents, his elder sister, Shahnaz Lalarukh, went into despair and Khan took charge of her care. Shahnaz continued to live with his brother and his family in his Mumbai palace. Kept.
He married Gauri Chibber, a Punjabi Hindu girl, in a popular Hindu wedding ceremony on October 25, 1991, after a six-year union. They have a son, Aryan (born 1997) and a Daughter Suhana (born 2000).
In 2013, she became the parent of a third child, a son named Abram, born to a surrogate mother. Older children have shown interest in entering the entertainment industry; Khan has stated that Aryan, who is studying at the UCCC School of Cinematic Arts in California,
aspires to be a writer-director, while Suhana, who starred in Khan’s Zero (2018) Worked as an assistant director, will also practice working in the United States for higher education. According to Khan,
he believes in Islam, he values his wife’s religion. Her children follow both religions; In the house, the Quran is located near the Hindu deities.
Nick Name: SRK, King Khan
Date of Birth: November 2, 1965
Famous: Shah Rukh Khan
Age: 54 Years, 54 Year Old Males
Sun Sign: Scorpio
Born Country: India
Born In: Peshawar (Now Pakistan)
Famous As: Film Actor
Height: 5’7″ (170 cm), 5’7″ Males
Spouse/Ex-: Gauri Khan
Father: Taj Mohammed Khan
Mother: Lateef Fatima Khan
Siblings: Shehnaz Lalarukh Khan
Children: AbRam Khan, Aryan Khan, Suhana Khan
City: New Delhi, India
Founder/Co-Founder: Dreamz Unlimited, Red Chillies Entertainment
Education: St. Columba’s School, Delhi, Jamia Millia Islamia, 1988 – Hans Raj College, National School Of Drama
Humanitarian Work: Associated With ‘Make-A-Wish-Foundation’ And Many Other Charitable Organizations
Khan’s first role was in Tandon’s television series Dil Darya, which began shooting in 1988, but due to production delays, the 1989 series became his television debut. In the series, he played the lead role of Abhimanyu Rai, who gave a realistic look at the training of Army cadets.
This led him to play Aziz Mirza’s television series Circus (1989-90) and Mani Kaul’s mini-series Idiot ( 1991). Khan had a small role in the serials in Umeed (1989) and Wagle Ki Duniya (1988-90) and in the English-language television film In In Any Gives It Dose Once (1989).
He compared his acting, looks and acting style to that of Dilip Kumar, but Khan was not interested in working in the film and thought he did not look good.
Khan changed his mind about working in films in April 1991 to avoid mourning his mother’s death. He moved from Delhi to Mumbai to pursue a full-time career in Bollywood and soon signed on for four films.
Her first offer was Hema Malini’s directorial debut ‘Dil Ashna Hai’ and she started shooting in June. Her debut film was Deewana, released in June 1992. It had the second male lead role after Udasi Rishi Kapoor and Divya Bharti in the lead female role. Deewana was a box office hit and started Khan’s Bollywood career, winning the Filmfare Best Male Debut Award for his performance. In 1992,
he performed Miracle, Dil Aashna Hai and Raju became the leading gentleman. Appeared in the role which was his first film with actress Juhi Chawla. In the early films, his roles were full of energy and enthusiasm. According to Arnab Ray of the Daily News and Analysis;
Khan introduced a new kind of acting because “going down the stairs on a piece of ice, with trembling lips, trembling eyes, bringing physical energy to the screen … with a brain, intense, moment by moment and moving forward”.
In his 1993 releases, Khan received the highest acclaim for playing two box office villainous roles, an obsessive lover in fear and a murderer in juggler. Horror filmmaker Yash Chopra and his company Yash Raj Films was the first of many of Khan’s films.
Khan’s stuttering and the phrase “I love you, K-K-K-Kiran” were popular with audiences. For fear, he was nominated for a Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role, also known as the Best Willian Award. But for Sir, he lost to Paresh Rawal.
Baazigar, in which Khan played the role of an unknown avenger who kills his girlfriend, surprised the Indian audience by abruptly violating the standard Bollywood formula. The Cambridge Companion to Modern Indian Culture, Sonal Khullar called the character an “anti-diplomat hero”. Her performance in Baazigar, the first of many of her films with actress Kajol, earned Khan a Filmfare Award. Best Actor.
In 2003, the Encyclopedia of Hindi Cinema stated that Khan “defined the image of the traditional hero in both films and made his own version of the revisionist hero”. In Maya Mem Saab, Khan performed a nude scene with Deepa Sahi, though parts of it were cut off by the Central Board of Film Certification. The controversy prompted him to avoid similar scenes in the future.
In 1994, Khan played the role of a musician lover in love with Deepak Tejori and Suchitra Krishnamurthy in Kundan Shah’s comedy-drama Kabhi Han Kabhi Na, which he later claimed to be his favorite role.
Her performance earned her a Filmfare Critics Award for Best Performance, and in a pre-2004 review, Sukanya Verma of Rediff.com described it as Khan’s best performance, saying, “She is easygoing, weak, childish, naughty and straightforward In 1994, Khan won the Filmfare Best Villain Award for his role as an obsessive lover, starring Madhuri Dixit and Deepak Tejori.
Playing the role of opponent was considered dangerous for one’s career. Ray later credited Khan with taking “crazy risks” and “moving beyond the envelope” to select such characters, through which he began his career in Bollywood. Anand called him “the new face of the industry” at the time.
Khan further appeared in Rohit Shetty’s comedy drama Dilwale (2015) with Kajol, Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanen. The film received negative reviews, although it was a financial success with INR 3.7 billion (US 51 51 million). Namrata Joshi of The Hindu commented, “Dilwale, Rohit Shetty is badly wrong.
Although he also had a power-packed artist and producer, Joshi also felt that Khan and Kajol’s attempts to repay him had backfired. Manish Sharma’s Thriller Fan (2016) had a carbon copy of his fan. The film did well at the box office, and business journalists attributed the failure to the film’s immaturity to the mainstream formula. Later that year, Khan directed Gauri Shinde’s film. Deer Zindagi played the supporting role of a therapist of a modern cinematographer (played by Alia Bhatt) in the film.
In Rahul Dholakia’s crime-drama Rais (2017), Khan played the role of an anti-hero hero – a liquor smuggler who became a dacoit in Gujarat in the 1980s. In a general mixed review,
The Telegraph’s Beloved D. Gupta described Khan’s performance as “inconsistent, complex and power-packed, but generally out of character in his usual stock behavior”.
Commercially, the film was a general success. C, which grossed US 8 3.08 billion (US $ 43 million) worldwide. Khan Imtiaz Ali’s Return to Romantic Style as Harry Matt Sejal (2017) as a Travel Guide , Who falls in love with a traveler (played by Anushka Sharma). Writing for a minute,
Uday Bhatia criticized Khan’s pairing with 22-year-old Jr. Sharma, saying that Khan had “made gestures of love to his peers decades ago”. Khan was reunited with Sharma and Katrina Kaif in Anand L. Rai’s comedy-drama Zero (2018) in which she played Baua Singh, a dwarf in a love triangle. The film received mixed reviews with directed acclaim for Khan’s performance. Writing for the Hindustan Times,
Raja Sen praised his “impressive performance and brilliant energy”. M. Vaticad called him a “fantastic fit” for his role as a “naturally energetic figure, comic timing and flying”. Commercially, it failed to perform well.