6 SRK Characters I Will Always Love

October 29 2021

Raj from DDLJ has so much impact on audience that every girl wants to fall in love with someone like him. Being a suave the way he respected Simran and his family by refusing to elope with her and getting her through the consent of her family is notewrothy.


SRK’s screen presence in DDLJ adds up to the character and the phrase “Bade Bade Deshon Mein Aaisi Choti Choti Baatein Hoti Rehti Hain Senorita” has become a part of our colloquial conversations.

When Rahul said,”Pyaar Dosti Hai”, all those who have feelings for their bestfriends their hearts skipped a beat. SRK’s charm in the movie is reflected in the songs.

Kuch Kuch Hota Hai

Kal Ho Na Ho

When Aman recites the lines ,”pehli baar iss dil ne kisi ke liye saansein li hai, lekin yeh dil hi kamzor hai” confessing his terminal heart disease to his mother, tears trickled down our eyes.

Veer’s sacrifice for his love Zara is something majestic yet heartbreaking to witness. SRK in the role of Veer has so well portrayed the desi essence of a punjabi boy that we can’t take our eyes away from him in the film.


Chak De India

In this film SRK’s character as a tough coach for women’s hockey team is a revolutionary role in his career. Kabir's staunch appearance with a beard blended well with his on screen presence.

RK plays Rizwan Khan, a man suffering from Asperger’s syndrome who goes out of his way to prove his innocence after the attacks of twin tower on 9/11.

My Name Is Khan