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SRK Birthday Special: Recall the roles when ‘King of Romance’ aced as ‘aadarsh beta’

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The widespread arms, the cheeky look in his eye, the trademark speech patterns – Shah Rukh Khan has ruled the thrown crowned as ‘King of Romance’. However SRK has been foremost in the league to break through his roles and ace the other characters simultaneously.

Shah Rukh has been one of those actors who has reigned the hearts of girls with his romance; he has inspired the young boys with his heroic speech; been favourite of teens with his fun full roles but had also been an ideal beta for Indian mothers.

On SRK’s 53rd Birthday, let’s recall some of those movies where Shahrukh made all the mothers wish for a son like him.

Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham

Remember the family drama featuring Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol, Hritik Roshan and Kareena Kapoor. K3G directed by Karan Johar presented us a mother who has waited years to meet with his son while SRK makes an epic entry each time he returns from the lords. Of course we all remember the slow motion walk and feet touching with tears rolling down not only to Jaya Bachchan but all the Indian mothers

Karan Arjun

Featuring Durga Singh (Raakhee) with her two sons, Karan (Salman Khan) and Arjun (Shah Rukh Khan), the movie Karan Arjun is both a poignant story of a mother’s love and faith, and an action packed tale of revenge. In the movie, Shah Rukh Khan, as always, is admirable in his unique acting style and his portrayal of an ideal beta, who is murdered but returns to take take revenge and protest her mother.

Mai Hoo Na

So what if she was her step-mother. Shahrukh Khan in the movie Mai Hoo Na not only championed as Major Ram Prasad Sharma but won the hearts as ‘aadarsh beta’. He managed to melt down his step mother (Kiron Kher) who had earlier denied to accept him as her son.


Film Baazigar is another typical Indian drama film featuring Shah Rukh Khan where he loses his father and all the property leading to her mother’s sickness. Shah Rukh Khan started cleaning dishes to make both ends meet for the family.

The emotional scene of his mother lying on a bed when Shah Rukh Khan approaches with medicines and food for her bed-ridden mother is enough to make someone’s heart leap. Miserably he calls his mother, “Maa, Maa” with eyes full of tears adding more intensity to the scene.


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