Shah Rukh Khan is a well-known Bollywood actor. His followers affectionately refer to him as SRK, King Khan, King of Romance, and Baadshah. He is a skilled producer and entrepreneur in addition to being an actor.
Shahrukh Khan was born in New Delhi on November 2, 1965 (age 55 as of 2020). His maternal grandmother gave him the name Abdul Rehman when he was born, but his father changed it to Shah Rukh. He went to St. Columba’s School in Delhi for his education and to play cricket as a wicket-keeper.
He earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Delhi’s Hansraj College. He also has a postgraduate degree in Mass Communications (Filmmaking) from New Delhi’s Jamia Millia Islamia University. During his school years, he was a gifted student who got the honor “Sword of Honor” from his school.
- Height: 5′ 8″
- Weight: 75 kg
- Body Measurement: Chest 40″, Waist 32″, Biceps 14″
- Eye Colour: Dark Brown
- Hair Colour: Black
Family, Caste & Wife
Shahrukh is from a New Delhi-based Islamic middle-class family. His father, Late Taj Mohammad Khan, managed a transportation firm, and his mother, Late Lateef Fatima, was a judge and a social worker. His parents married at a hospital, and their love story started when his father gave blood to his mother, who was wounded. Shahnaz Lalarukh, his older sister, is his only sibling. They used to reside in a Delhi renting flat.
He married his college sweetheart Gauri Chibber, who is now an Indian film producer and interior designer, on October 25, 1991. Aryan Khan and AbRam Khan are his sons, while Suhana Khan is his daughter.
In 1989, Shah Rukh Khan made his small-screen debut in the series “Fauji.”
Following that, he participated in a number of TV shows, including ‘Umeed,’ ‘Wagle Ki Duniya,’ and ‘Mahan Karz.’ He also appeared in the telefilm ‘In Which Annie Gives It Those Ones,’ which was produced in English. In 1992, he made his debut in the Indian cinema industry with the film “Deewana,” and since then, he has been in films such as “Chamatkar,” “Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman,” “Maya Memsaab,” “King Uncle,” “Baazigar,” “Darr,” and a cameo in “Pehla Nasha.”
In 1994, he worked on the film ‘Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa’ for a pay of merely 25,000 rupees and even sold movie tickets at a Mumbai theatre’s booking window. His film “Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge” was a smash hit in theaters throughout the nation in 1995.
- He was fined $12,627 in 2001 for failing to pay the licensing cost and illegally using a portion of property that was entrusted to his mother on an annual licensing charge.
- At Katrina Kaif’s birthday party in 2008, Shahrukh and Indian film superstar Salman Khan got into an argument and fought.
- He made headlines again in 2012 after he slapped Shirish Kunder (Farah Khan’s spouse) at a party.
- He was chastised for mistreating a security worker at an IPL match at Mumbai’s Wankhede stadium, and he was also denied entry.
- In 2016, he was accused of breaking historic standards by authorities for constructing a ramp outside his home, which was ultimately dismantled by BMC authorities.
Awards & Honours
The Filmfare Awards are given to the best films.
- In 1993, the film Deewana won Best Debut.
- In 1994, he won Best Actor for the film Baazigar.
- In 1995, he won the Critics’ Award for Best Actor for the film Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa.
- In 1995, he won Best Villain for the film Anjaam.
- In 1996, he won Best Actor for the film Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge.
- In 1998, he won Best Actor for the film Dil To Pagal Hai.
- In 1999, he won Best Actor for the film Kuch Kuch Hota Hai.
- In 2001, he won the Critics’ Choice Award for Best Actor for the film Mohabbatein.
- In 2002, the Swiss Consulate Trophy was given as a special award.
- In 2003, he won Best Actor for the film Devdas.
- In 2004, the Power Award was given.
- In 2005, he won Best Actor for the film Swades.
- In 2005, the Power Award was given.
- In 2008, he won Best Actor for the film Chak De India.
- In 2011, he won Best Actor for the film My Name Is Khan.
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- “Gori Tera Gaon Bada” is a song from the film “Chit Chor.”
Estimated Net Worth
- Shah Rukh Khan has a net worth of $ 600 million and earns about INR 45 crore every film.
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- His father knew Subhash Chandra Bose (Indian liberation fighter) since his father was the cousin of General Shah Nawaz, Subhash Chandra Bose’s second-in-command.
- Shah Rukh said in an interview that his mother was a South Indian from Andhra Pradesh who subsequently went to Karnataka.
- In Bengaluru, he spent his youth with his maternal grandparents. Shah Rukh remarked, “I was adopted by my grandparents while my parents were working hard to make ends meet,” during a conversation at the Indian Institute of Management’s alumni convention in Bangalore. So Bengaluru was my home for the first five years of my life.”
- Shahrukh means “King’s Face,” although he chooses to spell it out as “Shah Rukh.”
- Shah Rukh enjoys playing video games.
- At school, he was involved in athletics and excelled in hockey and football.
- Shah Rukh created the C-gang with his four pals Bikash Mathur, Vivek Khushalani, Raman Sharma, and Ashok Vassan while they were in school. The letter ‘C’ stood for cool in the C-gang.
- His father died of cancer when he was 15 years old.
- He used to imitate great Bollywood performers like Dilip Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan, and Mumtaz, among others, when he was younger.
- When Shah Rukh was a student at Hansraj College, he was heavily active with Theatre Action Group (TAG) and was mentored by Barry John.
- Shah Rukh Khan adds, “I wasn’t a member of the National School of Drama, but I used to work with a number of performers who were from there.” Manoj (Bajpayee) was also not from there, but he and I both worked with NSD performers like Raghuvir Yadav and others. When we were performing theatre in Delhi, they used to assist us with our syntax and enunciation. They taught me a great deal. My father used to operate the NSD cafeteria, which is how I met many of the brilliant performers that worked there.”
- His first pay was INR 5000, which he received as an escort during Pankaj Udhas’ show. He spent the money on a trip to the Taj Mahal. When asked about his experience, he recalls drinking a “Pink Lassi” in a manner that made him ill.
- He even attempted to extend his firm in Dariya Ganj, but it failed miserably.
- During his difficult times, he received assistance from his buddy Vivek Vaswani. They appeared together in films such as Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman (1992) and Josh (1993). (2000).
- He was originally cast in Lekh Tandon’s TV program “Dil Dariya,” but owing to delays in the program’s airing, Fauji became his first TV program.
- In an interview, he was asked what he would have done if he hadn’t been an actor. Shah Rukh remarked, “I’ve always wanted to join the army, and if it hadn’t been for acting, I would have gone for it.”
- After his mother died in 1992, he relocated to Mumbai with his sister.
- Shah Rukh Khan was a popular phenomenon until the late 1990s, particularly among teens, and he became the emblem of romance despite never kissing any of his co-stars on film, earning him the moniker of “King Of Romance.”
- His pastime is gadget collecting (especially-hi-tech).
- In 2012, he kissed for the first time on screen in his film “Jab Tak Hai Jaan.”
- His biography, “King Khan: The Official Opus Of Shah Rukh Khan,” was published in 2012. He is the first Indian actor and the second Indian citizen to have a Kraken Opus biography written.
- Cricket, hockey, and football are three of King of Romance’s favorite sports.
- He is afraid of horses and despises ice cream.
- People who are emotional and liars irritate him.
- SRK despises being photographed while eating.
- Although the King of Romance does not stutter in real life, his speech from the film Darr, “I love you KKK Kiran,” has become a fan favorite.
- He danced without any protection during the filming of the song “Chaiya Chaiya” on a moving train for the movie “Dil Se,” while other dancers were strapped to the train for safety.
- Karan Johar cast Rani Mukherjee in the film “Kuch Kuch Hota Hai” based on his suggestions.
- Baadshah is also known for his hosting abilities, having presented several programs and events like the Filmfare Awards, the 20th and 21st Life OK Screen Awards, the 6th and 14th International Indian Film Academy Awards, and others.
- He has ties to a number of humanitarian organizations, including the “Make A Wish Foundation.”
- King Khan has hosted Season 3 of Sony TV’s blockbuster program “Kaun Banega Crorepati.”
- He’s a brand ambassador for a number of government programs, including “Pulse Polio” and “National AIDS Control.” He was also named by the United Nations Office for Project Services as the first worldwide ambassador of the ‘Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council.’
- SRK is a firm believer in numerology and feels the number 555 to be auspicious for him. This number appears on his autos, and it also appears on his personal e-mail address.
- He gave birth to a boy called AbRam via surrogacy on May 27, 2017.
- In his film Fan, he was converted into a 25-year-old man, and international makeup artist Greg Cannom, who has won three academy awards, took on the assignment. His double part in the film earned a lot of praise from the audience.
- With his distinctive posture of extending his arms wide under beautiful azure sky, SRK has enchanted the globe.
- In 2018, he featured in the film Zero, which received a lot of attention because to Sri Devi’s final performance.
- Despite his Islamophobia, he respects his wife’s faith and instills this in his children. He once said that the Quran is displayed alongside Hindu idols in his house.
- He made waves in 2019 for his inclusion in a series of advertisements for Dubai Tourism’s #BeMyGuest campaign films. In Dubai, he was spotted with superheroes Captain America, Iron Man, and Thor as they worked together to solve a puzzle.