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A romantic drama set in the '90s is a record-breaking film for the Bollywood fraternity. Raj and Simran’s love story can give Romeo and Juliet a run for its money. Its legendary soundtrack, outfits, and movie props may be cliché in 2022, but SRK makes it worth our while.
Grossing over Rs 100 crore when there wasn’t even a 100-crore club, SRK's acting in 'Chak De' shows us a side of unwavering grit and determination of the Indian Women’s hockey team coach.
A tear-jerker, 'Swades' will evoke a multitude of emotions as you watch Mohan Bhargav, a NASA scientist, travels back to India to discover his roots and love of the country that he once left behind.
You can frown, and joke, but you can’t hate 'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai'. A light-hearted romantic comedy set on the ground of friendship, Rahul, Tina, and Anjali are evergreen characters that every '90s kid has grown up watching.
His role in 'Dear Zindagi', as the psychologist Dr Jehangir Khan, is a rare and real representation of mental health issues in today’s trying times.
Playing the role of a Muslim man with Asperger’s syndrome in America, SRK’s character Rizwan will leave you heartbroken when life hurls racial prejudices on a goofy lover after the 9/11 attack. Khan’s journey to meet the President of the USA to tell him, “My name is Khan, and I am not a terrorist” will leave you teary-eyed as you voyage along with the character.
Doing a remake of an iconic film? Leave it to SRK to ace the role. 'Devdas', one of the best movies to watch on the star’s birthday, will take you on a journey of an OG pained lover turned alcoholic who ultimately dies at the gates of his childhood love’s husband’s home.
A romantic thriller where SRK plays the role of an obsessive journalist who meets Meghna, Manisha Koirala. Packed with thrilling secrets and a love story for the books, 'Dil Se' is nothing you will expect from Shahrukh’s flowery rom-com.
'Main Hoon Na' saw the actor as Major Ram, who attends college as a student on an undercover mission to protect the general’s daughter from an estranged ex-marshal. An action-packed, emotionally stirring, and romantic drama, this film is one of the best SRK-movies for a weekend.
'K3G' was Karan Johar’s brainchild, but we watched it multiple times for SRK. A multi-starrer family drama that weighs on the grounds of wealth and class, Shah Rukh’s character's love for a simple middle-class girl versus Amitabh Bachchan’s set rules was emotionally delightful.