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For almost 24 years, Shah Rukh Khan has fascinated audiences on the big and small screens with his magnetic charm and undeniable charisma. We at Bollyspice wanted to make his 46th birthday extra special with a full-fledged homage to Bollywood’s favourite romantic hero.
Born November 2, 1965 in New Delhi, who knew that he had such great potential ahead of him?
While I was just entering the world in 1988, Shahrukh Khan’s career was also taking its fledgling steps. He began on TV with the serial Fauji, and from there, his life took quite a turn. For the better.
He made a few small-scale films and played supporting characters for a short while. He did receive a good amount of limelight in his small roles, such as his movie Deewana in 1992, but it he didn’t strike big until 1993 with Yash Chopra’s Darr, where he stole all the accolades from Sunny Deol, »
- Anita Ramakrishna
The wait is over. India’s most expensive film ever and the most extensive and creative marketing campaign ever seen there. Ra.One is Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s platform to play the quintessential superhero. The film is written and directed by Anubhav Sinha (Tum Bin, Dus) and has music by Vishal-Shekhar (featuring rap-star Akon).
Shah Rukh Khan plays a computer game designer, called Shekhar Subramanium, who lives in London with his wife Sonia (Kareena Kapoor) and son Prateek (Armaan Verma). Prateek is a computer whiz, who is heavily into games and thinks his father is a coward in real life. He taunts him to make a brave game in which the villain never looses, however things go wrong when the game’s villain (Arjun Rampal as Ra.One) comes out of the game and into the real world to avenge losing to Prateek in the virtual game they played. »
- Anjum Shabbir
2 items from 2011
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