Shah Rukh Khan filmography

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Shah Rukh Khan (also credited as Shahrukh Khan) is an Indian actor, producer and television personality.[1] Khan began his acting career on television by playing a soldier in the Doordarshan series Fauji (1988), a role that garnered him recognition and led to starring roles in more television shows.[2] He soon started receiving offers for film roles and had his first release with the romantic drama Deewana (1992), in which he played a supporting part.[3][4] Khan subsequently played the antagonist of the 1993 thrillers Baazigar and Darr, box office hits that established his career in Bollywood.[5] In 1995, Khan starred opposite Kajol in Aditya Chopra's romance Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, that became the longest running Indian film of all time.[6] He continued to establish a reputation in romantic roles by playing opposite Madhuri Dixit in Dil To Pagal Hai (1997), and Kajol in the Karan Johar-directed blockbusters Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998) and Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... (2001).[7][8]

In 1999, Khan collaborated with Aziz Mirza and actress Juhi Chawla to start a production company, Dreamz Unlimited, whose first release was the comedy-drama Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani (2000) starring Khan and Chawla.[9] The film was a commercial failure as was their next production, Aśoka (2001), which led critics to believe that the end of Khan's career was imminent.[10] Khan's career prospects, however, improved in 2002 when Sanjay Leela Bhansali cast him alongside Dixit and Aishwarya Rai as a depressed lover in Devdas, a period romance that garnered Khan critical acclaim.[11] In 2004, he collaborated with his wife Gauri Khan to launch another company, Red Chillies Entertainment, whose first feature was the box office hit Main Hoon Na (2004).[12][13] Khan's popularity continued to increase in the 2000s as he played the romantic lead opposite younger actresses,[14] most notably Rani Mukerji and Preity Zinta, in several top-grossing productions, including Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003) and Veer-Zaara (2004).[15][16][17] He also played against type as a NASA scientist in the drama Swades (2004), a hockey coach in the sports film Chak De! India (2007), and an autistic man in the drama My Name Is Khan (2010).[18] From 2007 onwards, Khan began to star opposite a third generation of heroines,[19] most notably opposite Deepika Padukone in Om Shanti Om (2007) and Anushka Sharma in Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi (2008).[20] Khan went on to co-star with Padukone in the over 3.4 billion (US$53 million) grossing action-comedies Chennai Express (2013) and Happy New Year (2014), both of which rank among the highest-grossing Bollywood films.[21]

Seventeen of Khan's films have grossed over 1 billion (US$16 million) in global ticket sales.[21] With eight Filmfare Awards for Best Actor, he shares the record for the most wins in the category with Dilip Kumar.[22] Khan has also starred in several non-fiction films that have documented his popularity, including the Nasreen Munni Kabir-directed documentary The Inner and Outer World of Shah Rukh Khan (2005).[23] From 2003 onwards, he has hosted several award ceremonies, including eight Filmfare Awards and six Screen Awards. In addition, he has featured as the host of four television game shows, including Kaun Banega Crorepati (2007).

Films

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Fiction film

Title Year Credited as Role Director(s) Notes Ref(s)
Deewana 1992 Actor Raja Sahay Raj Kanwar Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut [24]
[25]
Chamatkar 1992 Actor Sunder Srivastava Rajiv Mehra [26]
Dil Aashna Hai 1992 Actor Karan Singh Hema Malini [27]
Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman 1992 Actor Raj Mathur Aziz Mirza [28]
Maya Memsaab 1993 Actor Lalit Kumar Ketan Mehta [29]
Pehla Nasha 1993 Actor Himself Ashutosh Gowariker Cameo Appearance [30]
King Uncle 1993 Actor Anil Bhansal Rakesh Roshan [31]
Baazigar 1993 Actor Vicky Malhotra (Ajay Sharma)[a] Abbas-Mustan Filmfare Award for Best Actor [36]
[37]
Darr 1993 Actor Rahul Mehra Yash Chopra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role [38]
[39]
Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa 1994 Actor Sunil Kundan Shah Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
[40]
[41]
[42]
Anjaam 1994 Actor Vijay Agnihotri Rahul Rawail Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role [41]
[43]
Karan Arjun 1995 Actor Arjun Singh / Vijay[b] Rakesh Roshan [50]
Zamaana Deewana 1995 Actor Rahul Singh Ramesh Sippy [51]
Guddu 1995 Actor Guddu Bahadur Abrar Alvi [52]
Oh Darling! Yeh Hai India! 1995 Actor Hero Ketan Mehta [53]
Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge 1995 Actor Raj Malhotra Aditya Chopra Filmfare Award for Best Actor [54]
[55]
Ram Jaane 1995 Actor Ram Jaane Rajiv Mehra [56]
Trimurti 1995 Actor Romi Singh Mukul S. Anand [57]
English Babu Desi Mem 1996 Actor Gopal Mayur / Hari Mayur / Vikram Mayur[c] Praveen Nischol [59]
Chaahat 1996 Actor Roop Rathore Mahesh Bhatt [60]
Army 1996 Actor Major Arjun Singh Ram Shetty Special Appearance [61]
Dushman Duniya Ka 1996 Actor Badru Mehmood Ali Special Appearance [62]
Gudgudee 1997 Actor Unknown Basu Chatterjee Special Appearance [63]
Koyla 1997 Actor Shankar Rakesh Roshan [64]
Yes Boss 1997 Actor Rahul Joshi Aziz Mirza Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [65]
[66]
Pardes 1997 Actor Arjun Sagar Subhash Ghai [67]
Dil To Pagal Hai 1997 Actor Rahul Yash Chopra Filmfare Award for Best Actor [68]
[69]
Duplicate 1998 Actor Bablu Chaudhry / Manu Dada[b] Mahesh Bhatt Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role [70]
[71]
Achanak 1998 Actor Himself Naresh Malhotra Cameo Appearance [72]
Dil Se.. 1998 Actor Amarkant Verma Mani Ratnam [73]
Kuch Kuch Hota Hai 1998 Actor, action director Rahul Khanna Karan Johar Filmfare Award for Best Actor [74]
[75]
Baadshah 1999 Actor, playback singer Raj (Baadshah)[a] Abbas-Mustan Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role [76]
[77]
Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani 2000 Actor, producer Ajay Bakshi Aziz Mirza [78]
Hey Ram 2000 Actor Amjad Khan Kamal Haasan Bilingual film in Tamil and Hindi [79]
Josh 2000 Actor, playback singer Max "Maxy" Dias Mansoor Khan [80]
Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega 2000 Actor Rahul Raj Kanwar Special Appearance [81]
Mohabbatein 2000 Actor Raj Aryan Malhotra Aditya Chopra Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
[82]
[83]
Gaja Gamini 2000 Actor Himself M. F. Husain Special Appearance [84]
One 2 Ka 4 2001 Actor Arun Verma Shashilal K. Nair [85]
Aśoka 2001 Actor, producer Ashoka Maurya (Pawan)[a] Santosh Sivan Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Film [86]
[87]
Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... 2001 Actor Rahul Raichand Karan Johar Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [87]
[88]
Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam 2002 Actor Gopal K. S. Adhiyaman [89]
Devdas 2002 Actor Devdas Mukherjee Sanjay Leela Bhansali Filmfare Award for Best Actor [90]
[91]
Shakti: The Power 2002 Actor Jai Singh Pasupuleti Krishna Vamsi [92]
Saathiya 2002 Actor Yeshwant Rao Shaad Ali Special Appearance [93]
Chalte Chalte 2003 Actor, producer Raj Mathur Aziz Mirza [94]
Kal Ho Naa Ho 2003 Actor Aman Mathur Nikhil Advani Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [95]
[96]
Yeh Lamhe Judaai Ke 2004 Actor Dushant Birendra Nath Tiwari [97]
Main Hoon Na 2004 Actor, producer Ram Prasad Sharma Farah Khan Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Film
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
[98]
[99]
Veer-Zaara 2004 Actor Veer Pratap Singh Yash Chopra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [99]
[100]
Swades 2004 Actor Mohan Bhargav Ashutosh Gowariker Filmfare Award for Best Actor [101]
[102]
Kuchh Meetha Ho Jaye 2005 Actor Himself Samar Khan Special Appearance [103]
Kaal 2005 Actor, producer Unknown Soham Shah Special Appearance in song "Kaal Dhamaal" [104]
Silsiilay 2005 Actor Sutradhar Khalid Mohamed Special Appearance [105]
Paheli 2005 Actor, producer Kishanlal / The Ghost[b] Amol Palekar [106]
Alag 2006 Actor Unknown Ashu Trikha Cameo Appearance in song "Sabse Alag" [107]
Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna 2006 Actor, action director Dev Saran Karan Johar Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [108]
[109]
Don – The Chase Begins Again 2006 Actor, playback singer Don / Vijay[b] Farhan Akhtar Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [109]
[110]
I See You 2006 Actor Unknown Vivek Agrawal Cameo Appearance in song "Subah Subah" [111]
Chak De! India 2007 Actor Kabir Khan Shimit Amin Filmfare Award for Best Actor [109]
[112]
Heyy Babyy 2007 Actor Raj Malhotra Sajid Khan Special Appearance [113]
Om Shanti Om 2007 Actor, action director[d] Om Kapoor / Om Prakash Makhija[b] Farah Khan Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [109]
[114]
Shaurya 2008 Narrator Samar Khan [120]
Krazzy 4 2008 Actor Unknown Jaideep Sen Special Appearance in song "Break Free" [121]
Bhoothnath 2008 Actor Aditya Sharma Vivek Sharma Special Appearance [122]
Kismat Konnection 2008 Narrator Aziz Mirza [123]
Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi 2008 Actor Surinder 'Suri' Sahni (Raj Kapoor)[a] Aditya Chopra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [109]
[124]
Luck by Chance 2009 Actor Himself Zoya Akhtar Special Appearance [125]
Billu 2009 Actor[d] Sahir Khan Priyadarshan [115]
Dulha Mil Gaya 2010 Actor Pawan Raj Gandhi Mudassar Aziz Special Appearance [126]
My Name Is Khan 2010 Actor[d] Rizwan Khan Karan Johar Filmfare Award for Best Actor [116]
[127]
[128]
Shahrukh Bola "Khoobsurat Hai Tu" 2010 Actor Himself Makarand Deshpande Cameo Appearance [129]
Always Kabhi Kabhi 2011 Actor[d] Unknown Roshan Abbas Special Appearance in song "Antenna" [117]
Love Breakups Zindagi 2011 Actor Himself Sahil Sangha Cameo Appearance [130]
Ra.One 2011 Actor[d] G.One / Shekhar Subramanium[b] Anubhav Sinha [118]
Don 2 2011 Actor, producer,
playback singer
Don Farhan Akhtar Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Film
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
[131]
[132]
Student of the Year 2012 Producer N/A Karan Johar [133]
Jab Tak Hai Jaan 2012 Actor, playback singer Samar Anand Yash Chopra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [134]
[135]
Bombay Talkies 2013 Actor Himself Various Special Appearance in song "Apna Bombay Talkies" [136]
Chennai Express 2013 Actor[d] Rahul Y.Y Mithaiwala Rohit Shetty Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [119]
[137]
Bhoothnath Returns 2014 Actor Aditya Sharma Nitesh Tiwari Cameo Appearance [138]
Happy New Year 2014 Actor[d] Chandramohan "Charlie" Manohar Sharma Farah Khan [139]
Dilwale 2015 Actor[d] Raj "Kaali" Randhir Bakshi Rohit Shetty Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [140]
[141]
Fan 2016 Actor Aryan Khanna /
Gaurav Chandna[b]
Maneesh Sharma Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [49]
[142]
Tutak Tutak Tutiya 2016 Voiceover in trailer A. L. Vijay [143]
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil 2016 Actor Tahir Taliyar Khan Karan Johar Special Appearance [144]
Dear Zindagi 2016 Actor Jehangir "Jug" Khan Gauri Shinde [145]
Raees 2017 Actor Raees Rahul Dholakia [146]
[147]
Tubelight 2017 Actor Magician Gogo Pasha Kabir Khan Cameo Appearance [148]
Jab Harry Met Sejal 2017 Actor Harinder "Harry" Singh Nehra Imtiaz Ali [149]
Untitled project 2018 Actor TBA Anand L Rai Filming [150]

Documentary film

Title Year Role Director(s) Notes Ref.
Bollywood im Alpenrausch 2000 Himself Christian Frei Swiss film
Uncredited; cameo appearance
[151]
Bollywood for Beginners 2002 Himself Penelope Jagessar Chaffer British film [152]
The Inner and Outer World of Shah Rukh Khan 2005 Himself Nasreen Munni Kabir [23]
Bollywood – Indiens klingendes Kino 2005 Himself Nele Münchmeyer German film [153]
Living with a Superstar – Shahrukh Khan 2010 Himself Samar Khan

[154]

Mughal-E-Azam – A Tribute by a son to his father 2011 Narrator Deven Munjal

[155]

Living with KKR 2014 Himself Jonathan F. [156]

Television

As an actor

Title Year Role Director(s) Notes Ref.
Fauji 1988 Abhimanyu Rai Colonel R.K. Kapoor 13 episodes [157]
[158]
Dil Dariya 1988 Nandu Lekh Tandon 12 Episodes [157]
Ummeed 1989 Bank Babu Aziz Mirza [159]
Mahan Karz 1989 Kanwar Singh Dinesh Lakhanpal Television film [160]
Wagle Ki Duniya 1989 Unknown Kundan Shah Guest appearance - Episode "Police Station" [159]
Circus 1989–90 Shekharan Aziz Mirza 19 Episodes [161]
In Which Annie Gives It Those Ones 1989 Senior Pradip Krishen Television film [162]
[163]
Doosra Keval 1989 Keval Lekh Tandon 13 Episodes [164]
Idiot 1991 Pawan Raghurajan Mani Kaul 4-part miniseries [165]
[166]

As a host

Title Year Creator(s) Notes Ref.
48th Filmfare Awards 2003 Cineyug Television special [167]
49th Filmfare Awards 2004 Cineyug Television special [168]
6th International Indian Film Academy Awards 2005 Wizcraft International Entertainment Television special [169]
2nd Global Indian Film Awards 2006 Cineyug Television special [170]
52nd Filmfare Awards 2007 Cineyug Television special [171]
Kaun Banega Crorepati 2007 Siddhartha Basu Season 3
Game show
[172]
53rd Filmfare Awards 2008 Cineyug Television special [173]
Kya Aap Paanchvi Pass Se Tez Hain? 2008 Siddhartha Basu Game show [174]
16th Star Screen Awards 2010 Cineyug Television special [175]
55th Filmfare Awards 2010 Cineyug Television special [176]
Indian Premiere League Awards 2010 Cineyug Television special [177]
Sahara India Sports Awards 2010 2010 Cineyug Television special [178]
17th Star Screen Awards 2011 Cineyug Television special [179]
Zor Ka Jhatka: Total Wipeout 2011 Endemol Game show [180]
18th Colors Screen Awards 2012 Cineyug Television special [181]
57th Filmfare Awards 2012 Cineyug Television special [182]
Zee Cine Awards 2012 2012 Cineyug Television special [183]
19th Colors Screen Awards 2013 Cineyug Television special [184]
58th Filmfare Awards 2013 Fountainhead Entertainment Television special [185]
14th International Indian Film Academy Awards 2013 Wizcraft International Entertainment Television special [186]
20th Life OK Screen Awards 2014 Cineyug Television special [187]
21st Life OK Screen Awards 2015 Cineyug Television special [188]
India Poochega Sabse Shaana Kaun? 2015 BIG Synergy Game show [189]
61st Filmfare Awards 2016 Fountainhead Entertainment Television special [190]

See also

Footnotes

  1. ^ a b c d Khan played a single character in the film who has two different names.[32][33][34][35]
  2. ^ a b c d e f g Khan performed dual roles in the film.[44][45][46][47][48][49]
  3. ^ Khan performed triple roles in the film.[58]
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h The film was produced under Khan's Red Chillies Entertainment, but he was not credited as producer.[114][115][116][117][118][119]

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