Shahrukh Khan was born on 2 November 1965 to Muslim parents in New Delhi, India. His father, Taj Mohammed Khan, a Pathan, was an Indian independence activist from Peshawar, British India, present day Pakistan. According to Khan, his paternal grandfather was originally from Afghanistan. His mother, Lateef Fatima, was the adopted daughter of Major General Shah Nawaz Khan of the Janjua Rajput clan, who served in the Indian National Army. Khan’s father came to New Delhi from Qissa Khawani Bazaar in Peshawar before the partition of India. His father died from cancer when Khan was 15 years old, and his mother died in 1990 after prolonged illness. Khan was very attached to his parents as a child and describes their early deaths as a turning point in his life and as his biggest motivation for hard work. Khan has an elder sister named Shehnaz.
Growing up in Rajendra Nagar neighbourhood of Delhi,Khan attended St. Columba’s School where he was accomplished in sports, drama, and academics. He won the Sword of Honour, an annual award given to the student who best represents the spirit of the school. Khan later attended the Hansraj College (1985–1988) and earned his Bachelors degree in Economics. When Hansraj College celebrated its 50th anniversary, it gave away 17 shields to its alumni who had excelled in their lives and professions. Khan was one of them. Though he pursued a Masters Degree in Mass Communications at Jamia Millia Islamia, he later opted out to pursue a career in Bollywood. He also attended the National School of Drama in Delhi.
After the death of his mother, Khan moved to Mumbai in 1991. He married Gauri Chibber, a Hindu, in a traditional Hindu wedding ceremony on 25 October 1991.They have two children, son Aryan (b. 1997) and daughter Suhana (b. 2000). According to Khan, while he strongly believes in Islam, he also values his wife’s religion. At home, his children follow both religions, with the Qur’an being situated next to the Hindu deities.
He often credited as Shah Rukh Khan and informally referred as SRK, is an Indian film actor. Referred to in the media as “Badshah of Bollywood”, “King Khan”, “King of Romance” and “The King of Bollywood”, Khan has acted in 75 Hindi films in genres ranging from romantic dramas to action thrillers.His contributions to the film industry have garnered him numerous achievements, including fourteen Filmfare Awards from thirty nominations. His eighth Filmfare Best Actor Award win made him the most awarded Bollywood actor of all time in that category, tied only with actor Dilip Kumar. In 2005, the Government of India honoured him with the Padma Shri for his contributions towards Indian cinema.
Acting career: starting till now
1988–92: Khan studied acting under the mentorship of theatre director Barry John at Delhi’s “Theatre Action Group” (TAG).Khan’s first starring role was in Lekh Tandon’s television series Dil Dariya, but due to production delays, the 1988 television series, Fauji was his television debut. He played the leading role of Commando Abhimanyu Rai in the critically acclaimed show, which earned him mass recognition.He went on to appear in Aziz Mirza’s Circus (1989)and played a minor role in the made-for-television English-language film, In Which Annie Gives It Those Ones (1989). His appearance in these teleserials, led critics to compare his acting style with that of film actor Dilip Kumar. In 1991, Khan shifted base to Mumbai and received his first film offer with Hema Malini’s directorial debut Dil Aashna Hai. However, due to production delays, his second film, Deewana (1992), alongside Rishi Kapoor and Divya Bharti released first. The film became a box office hit, and launched his career in Bollywood.Despite portraying a supporting character in the film, he won a Filmfare Best Male Debut Award.
He subsequently featured in Mani Kaul’s adaptation of Fyodor Dostoevsky’s The Idiot, Idiot. Originally made for television, the film eventually received a theatrical release and debuted at the New York Film Festival on 8 October 1992.Later that year, he played the titular character in the comedy, Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman, which was his first of many collaborations with actress Juhi Chawla. The film proved to be a box office hit.He went on to star in Ketan Mehta’s Maya Memsaab, an adaptation of Gustave Flaubert’s novel Madame Bovary. Upon release, the film generated controversy in India due to Khan’s appearance in an “explicit” sex scene with co-star Deepa Sahi.
1993–97: Critical and commercial success
In 1993, Khan garnered appreciation for portraying negative roles, that of an obsessive lover and a murderer, respectively, in the box office hits, Darr and Baazigar. Darr marked the first of many collaborations of Khan with film-maker Yash Chopra and his banner Yash Raj Films. Khan’s stammering in the film and the usage of the phrase, “I love you, Kkkiran,” were popular with the audiences.His other release, Baazigar, in which he played an ambiguous avenger who murders his girlfriend, “shocked the Indian audiences” with an unexpected violation of the standard Bollywood formula.His performance in Baazigar won him his first Filmfare Best Actor Award.
The same year, Khan played the role of a love-struck musician in Kundan Shah’s dramedy Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa, a performance that earned him a Filmfare Critics Award for Best Performance. Khan, himself, considers this film to the best film that he has acted in.In 1994, Khan once again played an obsessive lover in Anjaam, co-starring Madhuri Dixit. Though the film was a commercial failiure, Khan’s performance earned him the Filmfare Best Villain Award.
In 1995, Khan starred in two box-office blockbusters. His first release was Rakesh Roshan’s melodramatic thriller Karan Arjun, in which Khan was a part of an ensemble cast that included Salman Khan, Kajol, Mamta Kulkarni, Raakhee and Amrish Puri. The film, which dealt with the concept of reincarnation, became the second-highest grossing film of the year in India.He followed it with Aditya Chopra’s directorial debut, the romance Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge. A major critical and commercial success, the film became the year’s top-grossing production in India and abroad.The film was declared an “all time blockbuster”; it remains the longest-running film in the history of Indian cinema and as of 2011, it is still playing at the Maratha Mandir theatre in Mumbai.Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge has grossed over 1.2 billion worldwide. The film won ten Filmfare Awards, and Khan’s performance as a young NRI who falls for Kajol’s character while on a trip across Europe won him critical acclaim and his second Best Actor Award at the Filmfare. In 2005, Indiatimes Movies ranked the film amongst the 25 Must See Bollywood Films, citing it as a “trendsetter of sorts”.
1996 proved to be a disappointing year for Khan, as he appeared in two critical and commercial failiures, Praveen Nischol’s English Babu Desi Mem and Mahesh Bhatt’ Chaahat However, in 1997, his starring role in Subhash Ghai’s social drama Pardes earned him commercial success. The film, which also featured Mahima Chaudhry and Apurva Agnihotri, saw him portray the role of Arjun, a musician facing a moral dilemma. His performance earned him a nomination for the Best Actor at the Filmfare Award ceremony. He then featured in Aziz Mirza’s romantic comedy, Yes Boss, opposite Juhi Chawla. Upon release, the film performed moderately well at the box-office. His final release of the year was Yash Chopra’s blockbuster musical romanance, Dil to Pagal Hai. The project, also featuring Madhuri Dixit and Karishma Kapoor, marked his second collaboration with the filmmaker. Khan essayed the role of Rahul, a stage director who falls in love with one of his new actresses, played by Dixit. The film as well as his performance met with critical appreciation; he won his third Best Actor Award at the Filmfare.
1998–2002: International recognition
In 1998, Khan appeared in three films. His first release was Mahesh Bhatt’s action comedy, Duplicate opposite Juhi Chawla and Sonali Bendre. The film, which saw him portray a double role, marked his first of many collaborations with Yash Johar’s production company, Dharma Productions. The film however, failed to do well at the box office.He then won critical praise for his performance in Mani Ratnam’s acclaimed Dil Se… The film was the third in Ratnam’s trilogy of terror films that depict human relationships against a background of Indian politics, after Roja (1992) and Bombay (1995).Khan played the part of Amarkant “Amar” Varma, an All India Radio correspondent, who develops an infatuation for a mysterious terrorist, played by Manisha Koirala. The film,which failed financially in India, however, emerged as a commercial success overseas,becoming the first Indian film to enter the top 10 at the United Kingdom box office.
His final release of the year was Karan Johar’s candyfloss romance, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, which paired him with Kajol and Rani Mukerji. The film was declared an “all time blockbuster”, with a worldwide gross of over 1 billion. His performance won him the Best Actor award at the Filmfare ceremony for the second consecutive year. Khan’s only release in 1999, Baadshah opposite Twinkle Khanna, was an average grosser, for which he earned a Filmfare Award nomination for Best Performance in a Comic Role. In the same year, Khan set up his own production company, Dreamz Unlimited with actor, Juhi Chawla and director, Aziz Mirza. In 2000, the three collaborated on their first film, Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani. The film opened to mixed reviews from critics and audiences alike and failed to emulate the commercial success of the trio’s previous films, Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman and Yes Boss.
Khan’s next release was Mansoor Khan’s action drama Josh. The film starred Khan as the leader of a Christian gang in Goa, with Aishwarya Rai playing his twin sister. The film emerged as a box office success in both India and abroad. Directed by and co-starring Kamal Hassan, the film was critically acclaimed and was selected as India’s entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the Oscars that year.Additionally, for the Tamil version of the film, Khan dubbed for his own lines. His final release of the year was Aditya Chopra’s romantic drama, Mohabbatein, co-starring Amitabh Bachchan. The film was a major financial success. He was awarded his second Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor for his performance in the film.
In 2001, Khan produced and essayed the titular role in Santosh Sivan’s historical epic, Asoka, a partly fictionalised account of the life of Ashoka the Great.The film was screened at the Venice Film Festival and the 2001 Toronto International Film Festival to a positive response.The film, which also featured Kareena Kapoor received generally positive reviews with Khan receiving favourable reactions for his performance.
He next collaborated with Karan Johar again in the family drama, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, in which he featured as a part of an ensemble cast that included Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Kajol, Kareena Kapoor and Hrithik Roshan. The film was a major financial success in India and the top-grossing Indian production of all-time in the overseas market until 2006, earning over 1.17 billion worldwide. It garnered him another nomination for the Filmfare Best Actor Award. Khan termed Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham as “a turning point in his career”.
In 2002, Khan played the titlular role, The role of Devdas in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s period romance, Devdas, which was the most expensive Bollywood film ever made at the time.This was the third Hindi film adaptation of Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s novel of the same name. Featuring opposite Aishwarya Rai and Madhuri Dixit, Khan’s performance as a rebellious alcoholic was well received and he won yet another Filmfare Best Actor Award. The film surfaced as the highest-grossing film of the year in India and overseas, earning a revenue of 39 million(s) (US$710,000) domestically.Devdas won numerous awards, including 10 Filmfare Awards and received a special screening at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival.It received a BAFTA nomination for Best Foreign Language Film as well and was India’s entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the Oscars. Khan also starred alongside Madhuri Dixit and Salman Khan in the family-drama Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam. The film, which took six years to make, due to unending production problems,emerged as an average grosser at the box office.
2003: Spine injury and subsequent surgery
In December 2001, while filming a special appearance for Krishna Vamsi’s Shakti: The Power, Khan suffered a spine injury while doing one of the action sequences. He flew to Lucknow a week later for a series of stage shows which led to further aggravation of his condition.By the time he returned to Mumbai, Khan was experiencing severe pain. He was subsequently diagnosed with a prolapsed disc between vertebrae six and seven. Khan is one of the few celebrities worldwide to have had the problem. Hoping to avoid surgery in a bid to not delay his pending projects, and based on his former experience with a failed knee surgery three years earlier, Khan tried multiple alternative therapies from homoeopathy to Reiki but nothing offered a permanent solution. He eventually shot Devdas (2002) and Chalte Chalte (2003) in acute pain and continued with the shoot for Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003) until the day he left for London. He reached the point where he had doctors and ambulances on standby on the sets.
By the beginning of 2003, Khan’s condition severely worsened.The slipped disc was eventually touching his nerves which put pressure on his legs and neck.It also presented the risk of paralysis of his arms. In February, Khan was told by doctors that he had to undergo an urgent Anterior Cervical Discectomy.The main concern was the possibility of irreparable nerve damage during surgery which would have left him with a permanent weak left side.During his acceptance speech for the Filmfare Best Actor award he received for his performance in Devdas (2002).The surgery took place on 24 February in Wellington Hospital, London and lasted for one hour – a titanium disc was inserted in his spine and he was discharged after two days.
Khan faced several post-operative problems including hoarseness, weakness, pain and high risk of infection.He resumed shooting Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003) and Main Hoon Na (2004) in June of the same year however, the songs sequences in those films had to be postponed to late October.The injury resulted in Khan cutting down noticeably on work and reducing his number of films per year.
2003–10: Stardom and critical acclaim
In 2003, Khan produced and starred in Aziz Mirza’s, Chalte Chalte, a romance dealing with the troubles faced by a married couple, opposite Rani Mukerji. The film was moderately successful in India and additionally, fared better in the overseas markets. His following release was Kal Ho Naa Ho, a dramedy set in New York City; written by Karan Johar, directed by Nikhil Advani and co-starring Jaya Bachchan, Preity Zinta and Saif Ali Khan. The film was a critical and commercial success, becoming the second highest grossing film domestically and the top-grossing Bollywood film in the overseas market that year. When adjusted for inflation its total gross worldwide is 1.3 billion.The film earned him another Filmfare Best Actor Award nomination.
2004 was a critically and commercially successful year for Khan. He produced and starred in Farah Khan’s directorial debut, the action comedy Main Hoon Na alongside Suniel Shetty, Sushmita Sen, Kirron Kher, Amrita Rao and Zayed Khan. Dealing with a fictionalized account of the India–Pakistan relations, the film emerged as a major commercial success.He then played an Indian Air Force pilot, Squadron Leader Veer Pratap Singh in Yash Chopra’s love saga Veer-Zaara alongside Rani Mukerji and Preity Zinta. The film was the biggest hit of 2004 in both India and overseas, with a worldwide gross of over 940 million and was screened at the 55th Berlin Film Festival to critical appreciation.
His only release in 2005, Paheli opposite Rani Mukerji, was screened at the Sundance Film Festival and was chosen as India’s official entry to the Oscars for the 79th Academy Awards The following year, Khan collaborated with Karan Johar for the third time for the adult-drama, Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna. With an ensemble cast including Amitabh Bachchan, Preity Zinta, Abhishek Bachchan, Rani Mukerji and Kirron Kher. The film received polarizing reviews from film critics but emerged as a major commercial success; emerging as India’s biggest grosser in the overseas market, with earnings of over 1.13 billion worldwide.
His subsequently essayed the titular role in the action thriller, Don, a remake of the 1978 film of the same name. The film as well as Khan received mixed comments from film critics. His performance was extensively compared to that of Amitabh Bachchan, the actor in the original. The film became the fifth-highest grossing film of the year in India and the highest grossing film of the year in the overseas market. It grossed a total of 1.04 billion worldwide.Both Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna and Don earned him Best Actor nominations at the Filmfare, while the latter earned him a Best Actor nomination at the Asian Film Awards.
In 2007, Khan featured in Yash Raj Films’ Chak De! India, a semi-fictional account of the Indian women’s national hockey team. Chak De!India was a major critical and commercial success in India and abroad. Earning over 1.03 billion worldwide,Chak De! India became the third-highest grossing film of 2007 in India and won Khan yet another Filmfare Award for Best Actor. Filmfare also included his performance in the 2010 issue of the “Top 80 Iconic Performances”.
In the same year, Khan starred in Farah Khan’s second film, Om Shanti Om alongside Deepika Padukone, Shreyas Talpade and Arjun Rampal. The film emerged as the year’s highest grossing motion picture in India and the overseas market with a worldwide gross of over 1.48 billion.Om Shanti Om earned him another nomination for Best Actor at the Filmfare ceremony.
2008, Khan collaborated with Aditya Chopra for the third time for the romantic drama, Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi, opposite newcomer Anushka Sharma. The film received mixed reviews from film critics, but was declared a blockbuster at the box-office. It earned him yet another nomination for Best Actor at the Filmfare ceremony. In December of the same year, Khan suffered a serious shoulder injury while filming for a cameo role in Mudassar Aziz’s Dulha Mil Gaya. He subsequently underwent extensive physiotherapy sessions at the time, but due to immense pain that left him almost immobile, he had to undergo an arthroscopic surgery in February 2009.
After turning down an opportunity to star in Danny Boyle’s Oscar winning Slumdog Millionaire, Khan began shooting for My Name Is Khan, his fourth collaboration with director, Johar and sixth with actress, Kajol. Upon release, My Name is Khan received positive reviews from critics and became the highest-grossing Bollywood film of all-time in the overseas market. My Name is Khan fetched Khan his eighth Filmfare Award for Best Actor, thereby sharing the record with actor Dilip Kumar.
2011–present: Continuing other ventures
In 2011, Khan produced and starred in Anubhav Sinha’s science fiction superhero film Ra.One, alongside Arjun Rampal and Kareena Kapoor. Upon release, Ra.One emerged as a box office success, with a gross of 2.4 billion.and received mixed to negative reviews.
His second release of the year was Don 2, a sequel to the 2006 hit, Don.In order to prepare for his role, Khan exercised extensively and performed most of the stunts himself. The film was a major success in India and it went on to become the year’s highest-grossing Bollywood production abroad with a worldwide gross of more than 2.06 billion.Don 2 was showcased at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival and along with Don at the 2012 International Film Festival of Marrakech in Morocco.Additionally, it earned him another nomination for Best Actor at the Filmfare ceremony.
Khan’s only release in 2012 was Yash Chopra’s romantic drama Jab Tak Hai Jaan, opposite Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma. It served as the fourth collaboration between Chopra and Khan,the former returning as a director after eight years post Veer-Zaara, which released in 2004 and would eventually become Chopra’s last directorial venture before his death on 21 October 2012.The film received positive to mixed reviews from critics in India and positive reviews from critics overseas. Jab Tak Hai Jaan went on to become one of the highest-grossing Bollywood films of all time both in India and abroad and was declared a “worldwide blockbuster” with revenue of over 2.11 billion.The film was showcased at the 2012 International Film Festival of Marrakech in Morocco. For his performance in the film, Khan was nominated for a Filmfare Award for Best Actor.
As of January 2013, he is set to feature in Rohit Shetty’s action thriller Chennai Express alongside Deepika Padukone and has been signed on for Farah Khan’s comedy Happy New Year. He is also set to star in Anil Senior’s A For Apple, B For Billi, C For Cutta where he plays a Delhi boy for the first time in his career.
In 2007, Khan replaced Amitabh Bachchan as the host of the third season of the game show Kaun Banega Crorepati, popularly known as KBC, the Indian version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?On 22 January 2007, Kaun Banega Crorepati aired with Khan as the new host and later ended on 19 April 2007 with a special finale. However he later accepted due to the previous host’s health issue which forced him to back down.For his work at KBC 3, Khan won the best anchor at various awards ceremonies including The Global Indian Film and Television Honours and Indian Telly Awards.
A year later, Khan began hosting the game show Kya Aap Paanchvi Pass Se Tez Hain?, the Indian version of Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?, The show premiered on 25 April 2008 and the last episode was telecast on 27 July 2008 with Lalu Prasad Yadav as the special guest.
In 2011, he returned to television with Zor Ka Jhatka: Total Wipeout, the Indian version of the American game show Wipeout, on Imagine TV. The reality game show started airing on 1 February 2011 and ended on 25 February 2011. Although it was organized in Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina, the end-game bits featuring Khan were shot at the Yash Raj Studios in Mumbai. Contrary to his previous two television outings, the show opened with dismal viewer ratings and continued declining through its run, eventually ending in less than a month with fifteen episodes aired.
In 2008, Khan in partnership with actress Juhi Chawla Mehta and her husband Jay Mehta acquired ownership rights for the franchise representing Kolkata in the Twenty20 cricket tournament Indian Premier League, for a price of $75.09 million ( 3.57 billion), and have since named the team Kolkata Knight Riders. KKR is one the richest team in the IPL and has been ranked as the most valued with a brand value of $42.1 million.Financially, Kolkata Knight Riders are the most profitable and successful franchise in the IPL as well.The team was surrounded with controversy and poor on-field performance through the first three years of the tournament. It’s performance, however, improved from the fourth season and they eventually became the IPL champions for the first time in 2012.
In 9 April 2012, Khan was served a notice by the Rajasthan Police for smoking in public after he was seen smoking on camera during a match between the Kolkata Knight Riders and the Rajasthan Royals on 8 April. and in 16 May of the same year he received a five-year ban from the Wankhede Stadium by the Mumbai Cricket Associationfor arguing with security at the ground after a match between his team and The Mumbai Indians.Khan later apologised to his fans after his team won the final match at Chennai on 27 May.
1992 Dil Aashna Hai
1992 Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman
1993 Maya Memsaab
1993 King Uncle
1994 Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa
1994 Kisi Se Dil Laga Ke Dekho
1995 Karan Arjun
1995 Zamaana Deewana
1995 Oh Darling! Yeh Hai India!
1995 Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge
1995 Ram Jaane
1996 English Babu Desi Mem
1997 Yes Boss
1997 Dil To Pagal Hai
1998 Dil Se..
1998 Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
2000 Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani
2000 Hey Ram
2001 One 2 Ka 4
2001 Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham…
2002 Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam
2003 Chalte Chalte
2003 Kal Ho Naa Ho
2004 Yeh Lamhe Judaai Ke
2004 Main Hoon Na
2006 Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna
2006 Don: The Chase Begins Again
2007 Chak De! India
2007 Om Shanti Om
2008 Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi
2009 Billu Barber
2010 My Name Is Khan
2011 Don 2: The Chase Continues
2012 Jab Tak Hai Jaan
2013 Chennai Express
2014 Happy New Year
2014 ABC: A for Apple, B for Billi, C for Cutta
1997 – Best Indian Citizen Award
2002 – Rajiv Gandhi Award for Excellence in the Field of Entertainment
2005 – Padma Shri, India’s fourth highest civilian award from the Government of India
2009 – Among the 10 recipients of the IIFA-FICCI Frames Awards for the “Most Powerful Entertainer of the Decade”
2010 – GGlobal Entertainment and Media personality Award at FICCI Frames 2010 Excellence awards.
1993 Best Debut Deewana Won
1994 Best Actor Baazigar
Best Actor Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa Nominated
Critics Award for Best Performance Won
Best Villain Darr Nominated
1995 Best Villain Anjaam Won
1996 Best Actor Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge
1998 Best Actor Dil To Pagal Hai
Best Actor Yes Boss Nominated
1999 Best Actor Kuch Kuch Hota Hai Won
Best Villain Duplicate Nominated
2000 Best Comedian Baadshah
2001 Best Actor Mohabbatein
Critics Award for Best Actor Won
2002 Best Actor Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham Nominated
Best Movie Asoka
2003 Best Actor Devdas Won
2004 Best Actor Kal Ho Naa Ho Nominated
2005 Best Actor Swades Won
Best Actor Veer Zaara Nominated
Best Actor Main Hoon Na
2007 Best Actor Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna
Best Actor Don – The Chase Begins Again
2008 Best Actor Chak De India Won
Best Actor Om Shanti Om Nominated
2009 Best Actor Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi
2011 Best Actor My Name Is Khan Won
2012 Best Actor Don 2
2013 Best Actor Jab Tak Hai Jaan Nominated
1995 Best Actor Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayeng Won
1998 Best Actor Dil To Pagal Hai Nominated
1999 Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
2001 Jodi No. 1 (along with Kajol) Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham Won
2003 Best Actor Devdas Won
2004 Best Actor Chalte Chalte Nominated
2005 Best Actor Swades Nominated
2006 Best Actor Paheli Nominated
2007 Best Villain Don – The Chase Begins Again
2008 Best Actor Chak De India Won
2009 Best Actor Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi Nominated
2011 Best Actor (Popular) My Name Is Khan
2012 Best Actor (Popular) Don 2 Won
2012 Best Actor Jab Tak Hai Jaan
International Indian Film Academy Awards
2001 Special award – IIFA Most Popular Actor Won
2002 Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham
2003 Devdas Won
2004 Kal Ho Naa Ho Nominated
2005 Veer-Zaara Won
2006 Paheli Nominated
2007 Don – The Chase Begins Again
2008 Chak De India Won
2009 Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi Nominated
2011 IIFA Best Actor Award My Name Is Khan
2011 Don 2 Nominated
Zee Cine Awards
1998: Zee Cine Award Best Actor- Male for Dil To Pagal Hai
1999: Zee Cine Award Best Actor- Male for Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
2003: Zee Cine Award Best Actor- Male for Devdas
2004: Zee Cine Award Superstar of the Year- Male for Kal Ho Naa Ho
2005: Zee Cine Award Best Actor- Male for Veer-Zaara
2007: Fun Cinema Entertainer of the year for Don – The Chase Begins Again
2008 : Zee Cine Award Best Actor- Male for Chak De! India
2008: Zee Cine Award Icon Award for Om Shanti Om
2011: Zee Cine Award Best Actor- Male for My Name Is Khan
2012: Zee Cine Award Best Actor (Critics) for Don 2
2013: Zee Cine Award – International Icon Male for Jab Tak Hai Jaan
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