10/10 Shah Rukh Khan Movies

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My Name is Khan (2010) - N/A

Shah Rukh Khan delivers a poignant portrayDeal of Rizwan Khan, an autistic man on a journey to meet the President of the United States. His nuanced performance explores themes of love, tolerance, and the struggles of being perceived as 'different,' making it one of his most memorable roles.

Devdas (2002) - JioCinema

Shah Rukh Khan mesmerizes as Devdas Mukherjee, a tragic figure consumed by love and self-destruction. His emotive performance captures the essence of the classic tale, showcasing the depths of despair and passion with unparalleled intensity.

Chak De! India (2007) - Prime Video

Shah Rukh Khan shines as Kabir Khan, a former hockey star turned coach, determined to redeem himself by leading the Indian women's hockey team to victory. His portrayal exudes inspiration and resilience, elevating the film to iconic status as a celebration of triumph against all odds.

Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003) - Netflix

Shah Rukh Khan charms audiences as Aman Mathur, a charismatic and terminally ill man who teaches his neighbors the true meaning of love and life. His portrayal is heartwarming yet deeply moving, leaving a lasting impact with his portrayal of selflessness and hope.

Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001) - Netflix

Shah Rukh Khan dazzles as Rahul Raichand, torn between familial duty and forbidden love. His performance navigates the complexities of relationships and societal expectations with finesse, cementing the film's status as a beloved Bollywood classic.

Swades (2004) - Netflix

Shah Rukh Khan delivers a stirring performance as Mohan Bhargava, an NRI who rediscovers his roots and strives to bring about change in his homeland. His portrayal resonates with sincerity and conviction, inspiring audiences to reflect on their own sense of belonging and responsibility.

Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa (1994) - Netflix

Shah Rukh Khan charms as Sunil, a carefree young man grappling with love and ambition. His endearing portrayal captures the essence of youthful exuberance and heartache, making the film a timeless coming-of-age gem.

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