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Shahrukh Ban Gaya Gentleman
Jul 06, 2007 04:52 AM 5011 Views

Shahrukh Khan also commonly known as King Khan is one of the biggest stars of Bollywood. Though undoubtedly a big star, I feel he still needs to grow a lot as an actor. At this stage of his career, he should try and experiment a bit more, rather than playing safe by being in the Johar Chopra camp.


Swades


One of his better movies in the recent times. I was truly fed up of watching him in his usual hamming roles. With this film he showed that the actor in him is still alive, if only he gives people like Ashutosh Gowarikar more chance to direct his talent. He plays the role of an NRI working in NASA, who comes back to India, and gets so affected by the poor conditions, that he ends up supplying electricity to a whole village. A very meaningful film with a message against brain drain.


Darr


It came way back in 1993. He plays a negative role of a psychopathic lover, who is just crazy about his Kiran(Juhi Chawla). His hammering k.k.k.k.k… kiran, became a cult classic dialogue. It was a tough role and he played it remarkably well. Despite the more established actors like Juhi, Sunny Deol and Anupam Kher in there, he stole the show.


Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge


Who hasn’t seen this film? And who would give me “Very Useful” if I don’t include this film in the list(not that I care much about the rating:P)? Raj(apna srk) falls in love with Simran baby(Kajol), when they meet “by chance” in an Euro Tour. Things keep happening with them, which eventually bring them very close to each other. Remarkable debut by director Aditya Chopra, the film has broken all box office records.


Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa


One of his earlier films. A delightful sweetbitter romantic comedy. Shahrukh plays the role of a young man, who isn’t that interested in studies but lives for music & Anna(his lady love). His father is fed up of him, but he lives in his own la la land, and does things which suit him the best. Sigh! I wish each of us had it in us to live a life like that. If you haven’t seen this, please do not, I repeat DO NOT, miss this amazing film, and definitely not if you are a Shahrukh fan. It’s one of his best performances.


Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman


Shahrukh plays the role of a small town guy, with big dreams of coming to Mumbai and becoming a top-class engineer. He is hardworking, dedicated and talented. He gets success with a little bit of struggle. He gets the bubbly Juhi Chawla, which he couldn’t in Darr. He gets a friend, philosopher & guide in Nana Patekar. Everything rosy? Not quiet. Too much success too early is bad. He compromises with his morals for quicker success. Amrita Singh, his boss, has a fling with her. And the smooth life which he was leading, becomes quite messy all of a sudden. A socially relevant and inspiring film. Must watch.



Thanks for stopping by. I have written after a long break and hence a bit rusty.:-)*


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