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ShahRukh is Twenty-Five Years Old now..

One of the men who ruled over the hearts of a number of girls for over a generation has recently turned twenty-five. Yes, it is the King Khan of Bollywood I am talking about. You don’t need to get surprised as even I know ShahRukh has crossed fifty-one of his age since I am talking about the time period he has completed in the Bollywood. 




ShahRukh Khan started his career in Hindi movies as an actor in 1992 film Deewana. In that film he was cast against charming Divya Bharti in a love triangle. I still remember the bike riding style of King Khan in the song of this film “koi na koi chahiye pyar karne wala”. Almost all of us can visualize him playing on mandolin in a super romantic way that he did in DDLJ. Shahrukh clinched the title of lover boy with his romantic hits. While the continuous big hits in Bollywood made him the King Khan on Industry. He also lived unforgettable roles in Darr, Baazigar and Anjam while playing negative characters. ShahRukh won the heart of even critics when he played strong roles in Devdas, Swades and Chak De India. 

Well, Shahrukh's role in recent movies like Chennai express, happy new year, Dilwale and Fan proved that he is still the King of Bollywood. He is the real Raees as he has a huge fan following in India as well as abroad and is one of the highest paid actors in Industry. 

ShahRukh’s talent has been awarded by not just Filmfare but also with Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award of our country. He has also been honored by Order des Art et des Letters and Legion de honor by the French government for the highest merits he possess. 

The Actor, Producer and television personality, Badshah Khan of Indian Film industry has been winning our hearts since 25 years now and I am sure he will continue doing so as the promos of his upcoming “Jab harry met Sejal” have clinched remarkable likes after getting released recently.

Dear King Khan, your relation with Bollywood can be named as a Rab ne Banayi Jodi. Congratulations for your heart winning twenty five years.. From we, the Fan of yours.
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  1. Sharukh has acted all kinds of role. And he is a master in his career.

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  2. Haha... So i also got confused with the title. But 25 years of being in Bollywood! WOW! I do love his confidence. Might seem snobbish but he doesn't fake who he is - take it or leave it. And I really like that!

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    1. i got to know when he tweeted at midnight on 27th about this.

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  3. He has come a long way congratulations to him

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  4. I am a srk fan since I was in school. Lovely write up.

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  5. Shahrukh is an evergreen star and people of all generations love him. He is not just talented but also blessed.

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  6. I am a big SRK fan too and i love even the cheesiest and silliest of his movies like RaOne and Chennai Express. But more than anything I love how he is as a person. I love how he is a father. I love how is so well read and erudite and speaks so intelligently about any topic under the sun, not just acting. a true gentleman.

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  7. Awww.....25 years I've loved him. This post was so much fun to read!

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