News|June 25, 2012 5:22 pm

Shah Rukh Khan completes 20 Years of Badshahi


On this very day Twenty years ago, a guy from Delhi tried his luck in the world of Bollywood and today that very same guy is known as “Badshah of Bollywood”, Shah Rukh Khan.

Shah Rukh Khan who entered Bollywood with Deewana, which was released on June 25, 1992, recently tweeted,

These 20 years gave SRK stardom, failures and controversies but he rises each time he falls.

For SRK it has been two decades in Bollywood but he started showing his acting skills from the year 1988 when he started his journey with the TV series Fauji after being trained at The Barry John’s Acting Studio.

Audience continued loved him on the small screen when he featured in successful shows like Circus and Doosra Keval.

But he won hearts as a romantic lover in Deewana and audiences loved his chemistry with late Divya Bharti. The song Aisi deewangi dekhi nahin kabhi picturised on them became a chartbuster.

Deewana turned out to be a huge hit at the box office, and won SRK a Filmfare best male debut award.

After that there was no looking back, it went something like, Shah Rukh Khan, films-hits-awards.

His success earned him titles like – King Khan and Bollywood Badshah.

SRK has earned himself the tag of “the most romantic hero” in Hindi cinema with films like Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Mohabbatein, Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna, Kal Ho Na Ho and Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi but never stuck to a single genre.

He played an obsessive lover in films like Darr and Anjaam, a villain in Baazigar, a warrior in Asoka, a modern day patriot in Swades, a superstar in Om Shanti Om, a don in Don: The Chase Continues and Don 2: The King Is Back, and a superhero in his mega-production Ra.One.

When he proved himself in the world of movies he returned to conquer the world of small screen and in the year 2007 he hosted the third season of game show Kaun Banega Crorepati. He also hosted Kya Aap Paanchvi Pass Se Tez Hain (2008). He was last seen on small screen as the host of Zor Ka Jhatka in 2011.

After making it big in showbiz, he turned businessman by launching his production house Red Chillies Entertainment and later by investing in the Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR).

Along with the success he also got involved in many controversies and brawls, most recent including the brawl with Sirish Kunder and Security personnel of Wankhede Stadium which resulted in five year ban on Shah Rukh Khan from entering the Wankhede stadium.
But later he admitted his mistake and apologised too.

Now, one of the most lovable Bollywood actor is set to return to his trademark character of “Raj” with Yash Chopra’s next directorial venture in which he will be seen romancing Katrina Kaif.

We at Fillum congratulate SRK for his twenty successful years in Bollywood and wish him all the luck for his future.

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