The great film star Sharukh Khan is a wonderful bollywood personality who was born on November 2nd, 1965 in New Delhi, India. He married Gauri Khan on October 25th, 1991. God blessed them three children, son Aryan Khan (in the year 1997), son AbRam (in the year 1993) as well as a daughter Suhana (born in 2000). Khan in his film career did a small role by participating in a few television serials during 1988-1990. He made his film entrance with the commercially unbeaten Deewana (1992). He began to realize success at the box office from his iniquitous roles in films for example Darr (1993), Baazigar (1993), as well as Anjaam (1994). During his years in the Indian film industry, he won around eight Film fare best actor awards, which is highest by any actor as well as had important box-office success. Several of his films comprise Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998), Om Shanti Om (2007), as well as Chak de! India (2007).
The King began his ride by landing the direct role of a commando in 1988 drama series Fauji (1988). He was very much applauded for his work and quickly became the heartthrob of teenage girls bagging roles in other TV serials as Circus (1989) as well as ‘Dil Dariya’, the former being delayed due to different reasons.
His reputation does not stop here; following launch of his films overseas he has been accredited as the world’s biggest movie star as well as was named among the 50 most influential people by Newsweek.
Even with all the great success and a statue amongst the elite in Madame Tussaud’s, he is quoted as being one of the most humble as well as down to earth personalities even though his wit is unmatched by even the top in business. This has led to him being a host of a lot of television programs, game shows and award functions together with India’s version of ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionaire’.
The King is an lively philanthropist funding numerous humanitarian projects as well as charities as well as being personally concerned in them though he prefers to keep this feature out of the lime light.
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