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Shahrukh khan

Shahrukh Khan Known As (SRK)

Abdul Rahman “Shahrukh Khan” was born on November 2, 1965 in New Delhi to parents Mir Taj Muhammad Khan and Latif Fatima Khan. He also has an elder sister, Shahnaz Lalarukh. He spent his early days in Bangalore with his grandparents. His father ran a restaurant in Delhi. His father died in 1981 and his mother in 1991. When his parents died, his sister fell into depression. So, Khan along with his sister moved to Mumbai where Khan started his film career. He is an Indian Actor, Film Producer, Businessman, and Television Personality.


Spouse: Gauri Khan (25 October 1991 – present) (3 kid)
Children: Aryan Khan, Suhana Khan, AbRam Khan
Parents: Lateef Fatima Khan, Meer Mohammed Taj Khan
Relatives: Shehnaz Lalarukh (Sibling)

Shahrukh Khan with her wife

He married Gauri Khan on October 25, 1991. They have three children, son Aryan (born 1997), Abram (born 2013) and daughter Suhana (born 2000).

Early Life & Family:

Khan was born on November 2, 1965 in a Muslim family in New Delhi. He spent the first five years of his life in Mangalore where his grandfather, Iftikhar Ahmed, was the port’s chief engineer in the 1960s. Khan’s father, Mir Taj Mohammed Khan, was an Indian independence activist from Peshawar who campaigned alongside the Khudai Khidmatgar, a non-violent resistance movement led by Abdul Ghaffar Khan who sought a united and independent India. We were followers of Abdul Ghaffar Khan and associated with the Indian National Congress.

He was also a cousin of Major General in the Indian National Army Shah Nawaz Khan. As of 2010, Khan’s paternal family was still living in the Shah Wali Qataal area of Qissa Khwani bazaar in Peshawar. Mir moved to New Delhi in 1948 after the partition of India. Khan’s mother, Lateef Fatima, was the daughter of a senior government engineer. His parents married in 1959.

Shahrukh Khan Career & Starting:

Shahrukh Khan’s first role was in the television series Lekh Tandon Dil Dariya, which began shooting in 1988, but production delays led to Raj Kumar’s 1989 Fauji Kapoor, which was his debut on television. In the series, which offers a realistic portrayal of military cadet training, he played the role of Abhimanyu Rai. This led to more television appearances in Aziz Mirza’s Circus (1989-1990) and Mani Kaul’s miniseries Idiot (1992).

Khan also had small roles in the serials Umeed (1989) and Wagle Ki Duniya (1988–90) and the English television film In Who Annie Gives It Those Ones (1989). His appearances in these serials led critics to compare his looks and acting to that of actor Dilip Kumar, but Khan was not interested in acting as he felt it was not good enough.

Film Production:

Khan produced three films between 1999 and 2003 as the founder of the Dreams Unlimited partnership. After the partnership ended, he and Gauri restructured the company as Red Chillies Entertainment, which included divisions for film and television production, visual effects and advertising. As of 2015, the company has produced or co-produced at least nine films. Khan or Gauri usually get the production credits and have appeared in the lead role or as a cameo in most of the films. Khan was involved in several productions of Ra.One (2011).

In addition to acting, he produced the film, offered to write the screenplay for the console game, tuned, supervised the technical development and wrote digital comics based on the characters of the film. Khan has occasionally sung for his films. In Joshi (2000), she sang the popular song ‘Apun Bola Tu Meri Laila’. He also sang in Don (2006) and Jab Tak Hai Jaan (2012). On a song in Always Kabhi Kabhi (2011) produced by Red Chilli, Khan contributed to the lyrics.

Award held by SRK:

Khan is one of the most decorated actors in Bollywood. He has received 14 Filmfare Awards and eight Best Actor Awards from 30 nominations; He is tied for the most in this category with Dilip Kumar. Khan has won the Filmfare Award for Best Actor for Baazigar (1993), Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995), Dil To Pagal Hai (1997), Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998), Devdas (2002), Swadesh (2004) and Chak De. ! India (2007) and My Name is Khan (2010). At times, he has received up to three out of a total of five Filmfare Best Actor nominations.

Although he did not win the National Film Award, the Government of India honored him with the Padma Shri in 2005. The Government of France awarded him the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (2007), the fifth degree of the French. Legion of Honor, Chevalier Legion d’Honneur (2014). Khan received five honorary doctorates; First from University of Bedfordshire in 2009, second from University of Edinburgh in 2015, third from Maulana Azad National Urdu University in 2016 and his most recent from University of Law and La Trobe University in 2019.

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