Shah Rukh Khan – A Delhi boy who had no godfather in Indian film industry, all he had, was his passion and zeal to become something in his life. Today we know him by many names: – King Of Romance, Don of Bollywood, King Khan, SRK, Raj and many more. He is one of the most successful and loved actors of Bollywood. He is an inspiration for everyone. Shahrukh’s par dedication and contribution to the industry has made him the king of Bollywood and his constant commitment to his work with his inexpressible charm has won millions of hearts. Shah Rukh Khan Dialogues are the most memorable dialogues which all the bollywood fan know.
Can you imagine Bollywood without DDLJ, Baazigar, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Darr, Devdas, Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gum, Kal Ho Naa Ho, Veer Zara, My Name Is Khan, Jab Tak Hai Jaan, Don and many more of Shahrukh Khan’s movie? Huff! Though it was a long list to write but really we can’t. That’s what made him ‘Badshah’ of Bollywood and his undying spirit to entertain and give more and more to the industry, earned him the respect of his rivals too.
It’s been more than two decades since he is entertaining us and here are 12 times he proved that he is the King of Bollywood and here are 12 times he proved that he is the King of Bollywood.
Check Out Some Shah Rukh Khan Dialogues:
12. Kitni Shiddat Se Maine Tumhe Paane Ki Koshish Ki Hai…
11. Love Never Dies…
10. Fearless Samar….
9. Dilfake Baazigar….
8. Isn’t That Extremely Romantic…
7. Every Love Story Starts With Friendship…
6. Kal Ho Or Usme Shahrukh Zaroor Ho…
5. If It Is Not A Happy Ending Then It Is Not The End.
4. What Goes Around, Comes Back Around.
3. The Ultimate Villain….
2. Spoken Like A True Halwai….
1. Every Guy On The Earth Uses This Trick..
So these were the most famous Shah Rukh Khan Dialogues, without any doubt, Shah Rukh is the most charming and romantic superstar Bollywood has ever seen.
Happy 52nd Birthday, Shah Rukh Khan!!
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2 Nov 2015
Avni S. Singh