The climax of Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa, a church wedding, Sunil (SRK) has come of age – he has been accepted by his friends and family for who he is – and the viewer expects the ultimate happy ending: Sunil and Anna getting married.
Kabir has carried the scars of being branded a traitor like a shield. And now finally, he finds redemption. Shah Rukh's expressions nailed that precise mix of joy and anguish. It's guaranteed to make you cry.
Shah Rukh as Rahul has two personalities in “Main Koi Aisa Geet Gaaoon” – the entertainer who's trying to make his boss' girlfriend's day better with his antics, and the man head-over-heels in love with a woman who is in a relationship with someone else.
It's unlikely that we feel anything for Rahul’s Obsessive personality But why do we still feel so bad for Rahul even though the film ends with good prevailing over evil? it's because of the presence of Shahrukh Khan.
Now I know that Duplicate isn't SRK's finest work but I love it to bits and here's why. One of my most favourite things about SRK was his total lack of vanity. He was happy being silly and unattractive and would stop at nothing to extract a laugh out of viewers.
"Chaiyya Chaiyya" is a great song on its own, but you take SRK out of it and it's just not the same. He is a force of nature, grooving with banjarans atop a train snaking its way through green hills and dark passageways