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Shahrukh Khan (Devanāgarī: शाहरुख़ ख़ान);, a.k.a SRK or King Khan, born November 2, 1965, New Delhi, India, is a leading Bollywood Indian actor.

Background
Born into a Muslim family of Pathan origin in Delhi, he has a Masters Degree in Mass Communication from Jamia Milia Islamia, Delhi. His wife is Gauri Khan (formerly Gauri Chibber), a Punjabi from Delhi. He has a son named Aryan Khan (born November 13, 1997) and a daughter named Suhana Khan (born May 22, 2000).


Career
Shahrukh, as he is commonly known, first came to the fore while appearing on various television series, particularly when playing the role of 'Abhimanyu' in Fauji (Soldier) in 1988; he also had a minor role in Circus in 1989, which depicted the life of circus performers. He made his movie debut in 1992 with Deewana. In 1993 he shot to stardom with two successive villain roles as a paranoid lover in Baazigar and Darr. 1995 proved to be a defining year in his career, with Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (DDLJ) firmly positioning him as one of the most successful actor in Hindi cinema. He followed DDLJ with a string of successes, love stories which included Pardes, Dil to Pagal Hai, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, Devdas, Kal Ho Naa Ho and Veer-Zaara. Shahrukh Khan was also highly acclaimed for his performance in Anjaam, Dil Se and Swades.

His association with director/producer Yash Chopra has resulted in successes such as Darr, Dil To Pagal Hai, Mohabbatein and Veer-Zaara. He also found success working with Karan Johar and Yash Johar on Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham and Kal Ho Naa Ho.

Shahrukh is known as a convincing screen lover, and seems to spark equally good performances from his female co-stars - he has good screen chemistry with his heroines.

Each of the five movies in which he co-starred with actress Kajol were box office successes.
His association with Madhuri Dixit in several movies has also been commercially successful, most notably in Dil to Pagal Hai and Devdas.
He has starred in many hits along Rani Mukerji such as Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Chalte Chalte, and Veer-Zaara.
Despite his success, some have criticized Shahrukh for sticking to "safe" romantic roles (such as his roles in Karan Johar's films). With Swades, Khan took a different type of role.

Shahrukh co-owns a production company called Dreamz Unlimited with actress Juhi Chawla (a friend ever since they co-starred in Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman) and film director Aziz Mirza. In 2004 another of his production houses, Red Chillies Entertainment, produced the hit film Main Hoon Na and co-produced Kaal in 2005 with Karan Johar,he also produced Paheli, which was India's selection for the Academy awards consideration in the foreign films category.

In addition to acting, Shahrukh regularly appears on stage as a performer or host throughout India and abroad, sometimes showcasing his former movies. His popular world-tour, "Temptations 2004", included celebrities such as Rani Mukerji, Saif Ali Khan, Preity Zinta, model Arjun Rampal and former Miss World Priyanka Chopra and was a commercial success internationally.

Nasreen Munni, the noted British filmmaker, recently produced a two-part documentary on Shahrukh, "The Inner and Outer World of Shah Rukh Khan". Featuring his 2004 Temptations concert tour, the film contrasts Khan's "inner world" of family and daily life, with the "outer world" of his work.

Awards
Shahrukh has won six Filmfare awards for Best Actor, the most recent being in 2005 for Swades, acting the role of an Indian-American NASA engineer whose life is transformed by his encounters with rural India. 2004 was also a good year for Shahrukh; he acted in three movies, receiving Filmfare nominations for his work in each of them.

His Filmfare Awards include:

Filmfare Power Award 2004
Best Actor - Swades 2004
Filmfare Power Award (along Amitabh Bachchan) 2003
Best Actor - Devdas 2002
Filmfare Special Award Swiss Consulate Trophy 2002
Best Actor, Critics' Choice - Mohabbatein 2000
Best Actor - Kuch Kuch Hota Hai 1998
Best Actor - Dil To Pagal Hai 1997
Best Actor - Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge 1995
Best Villain - Anjaam 1994
Best Performer Critics' Choice - Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa 1993
Best Actor - Baazigar 1993
Best Debut (Newcomer) - 1992
Two of the films in which Shahrukh starred as a leading actor have been India's entry in Hollywood's Oscars. Paheli is the official entry for the 2006 Oscars. Devdas (2002) was an earlier entry. Shahrukh also appeared in a third Oscar entry, as a supporting actor in Hey Ram (2000). See List of India's official entries to the Oscars.

He was awarded the Padma Shri in 2004.

National Honours:

1997 - Best Indian Citizen Award
2002 - Rajiv Gandhi Award for Excellence in the Field of Entertainment
2005 - Padma Shri Award
He has won thirteen Filmfare Awards, ten Rupa Cinegoers Awards, six Star Screen Videocon Awards, six Sansui Viewers Choice Movie Awards, four Zee Cine Awards, four People's Choice Movie Awards, three IIFA Awards, three Zee Gold Bollywood Awards, two AFJA Awards, one Aashirwad Award, one Disney Kids Channel Award, one MTV Immies Indian Music Excellence Awards, and one Sports World Film Award.

Others
2001 - Jade Magazine Award Sexiest Man in Asia
2004 - Asian Guild Awards Bollywood Star of the Decade
2004 - Pepsi Sabsey Favourite Star Kaun Award Favourite Hero
2004 - 'F-Awards' for Excellence in Indian Fashion Celebrity Model of the Year
2004 - Chhoton Ka Funda Award
2004 - Cover of Time magazine
2004 - Sabse Tez Personality of the Year Award
2004 - MSN Search Personality of the Year Award
2005 - Cover of National Geographic
2005 - Filmfare award 'Best Actor' for Veer Zaara

Trivia
Firmly insists that he will never kiss any of his heroines on the lips
However, earlier in his career, he appeared in what was apparently an "explicit for Bollywood" sex scene in the 1992 film Maya Memsaab [1].
Lives in a palatial heritage white mansion called Mannat (formerly Villa Vienna) at Bandra's Bandstand, in the city of Mumbai - a city where many Bollywood stars can only afford apartments, especially in the city's most expensive areas. The mansion is rumored to have cost more than 130 million rupees (13 crores)
Loves computer games and hi-tech gadgets.
Khan was a chain smoker; however, he vowed that he would quit before his 40th birthday in 2005, as part of a Bollywood push to de-glamorize smoking [2]. It is not clear whether he has actually quit, or just cut down his smoking drastically.
Shah Rukh Khan, Rani Mukerji and Aishwarya Rai are going to make their graphic debut in a comic book series called "Bollywood" that is due to hit the stands at the end of March 2006.
A grenade was thrown during his concert in Sri Lanka, killing 12 people.
Stands for Muslim - Hindu unity; like many other actors in Bollywood.


Filmography
The Mahabharata (2008)...(with Rani Mukerji & Aamir Khan)
Happy New Year (2007)...(announced)
Baiju Aur Tansen (2006)... Baiju (announced)
Chak De (2006) ... (announced)
Don (2006)... Don/Rahul (currently filming in Mumbai)
Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006) ... Dev/Michael (post production-to be released summer 2006)
The Inner and Outer World of Shah Rukh Khan (2005) (documentary)
Paheli (2005) ... Kishen/The Ghost
Silsiilay (2005) ... Sutradhar (Special Appearance)
Kaal (2005) ... Special Appearance (Song)
Kuchh Meetha Ho Jaye (2005) ... Special Appearance
Swades (2004) ... Mohan Bhargava
Hum Hain Lajawab (Incredibles Hindi version) (2004) ... Mr.Lajawab (voice)
Veer-Zaara (2004) ... Veer Pratap Singh
Main Hoon Na (2004) ... Maj. Ram Prasad Sharma
Yeh Lamhe Judaai Ke (2004) ... Dushant
Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003) ... Aman Mathur
Chalte Chalte (2003) ... Raj Mathur
Saathiya (2002) ... Yeshwant Rao
Shakti: The Power (2002) ... Jaisingh (Drifter)
Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam (2002) .... Gopal
Devdas (2002) ... Devdas Mukherjee
Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001) ... Rahul Raichand
Asoka (film) (2001) ... Asoka
One 2 Ka 4 (2001) ... Arun Verma
Gaja Gamini (2000) ... Shahrukh (Special Appearance)
Mohabbatein (2000) ... Raj Aryan Malhotra
Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega (2000) ... Rahul (Special Appearance)
Josh (2000) ... Max
Hey Ram (2000) ... Amjad Ali Khan
Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani (2000) ... Ajay Bakshi
Baadshah (1999) ... Raj 'Baadshah'
Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998) ... Rahul Khanna
Dil Se (1998) ... Amarkanth Varma
Achanak (1998) ... Special Appearance
Duplicate (1998) ... Bablu Chaudhary/Manu Dada
Dil To Pagal Hai (1997) ... Rahul
Yes Boss (1997) ... Rahul
Koyla (1997) ... Shanker
Gudgudee (1997) ... Special Appearance
Pardes (1997) ... Arjun Saagar
Dushman Duniya Ka (1996) ... Special appearance
Army (1996) ... Arjun
Chaahat (1996) ... Roop Rathore
English Babu Desi Mem (1996) .... Vikram/Hari/Gopal Mayur
Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995) ... Raj Malhotra
Guddu (1995) ... Guddu Bahadur
Karan Arjun (1995) ... Arjun Singh/Vijay
Oh Darling! Yeh Hai India (1995) ... No name
Ram Jaane (1995) ... Ram Jaane
Trimurti (1995) ... Romi Singh/Bholey
Zamana Deewana (1995) ... Rahul Malhotra
Anjaam (1994) ... Vijay Agnihotri
Baazigar (1993) ... Ajay Sharma/Vicky Malhotra
Darr (1993) ... Rahul Mehra
Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa (1993) ... Sunil
King Uncle (1993) ... Anil Bansal
Dil Aashna Hai (1992) ... Karan
Chamatkar (1992) ... Sunder Srivastava
Deewana (1992) ... Raja Sahay
Maya Memsaab (1992) ... Lalit (Maya's Lover)
Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman (1992) ... Raju
Idiot (TV Series) (1991) TV Series ... Pawan Raghujan
Circus (TV Series) (1989)
Fauji (1988) TV Series ... Abhimanyu Rai
In Which Annie Gives it Those Ones (1988)



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