1. Shah Rukh Khan had shared a photo with Suhana and captioned it, "With my Juliet in London.
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10. In 2007, Shah Rukh Khan became the third Indian actor to have his wax statue installed at London's Madame Tussauds museum, after Aishwarya Rai and Amitabh Bachchan.
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14. In 2008, Shah Rukh Khan set up Temptation Reloaded, a series of concerts that toured several countries, including the Netherlands.
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16. In 2013, Shah Rukh Khan starred in Rohit Shetty's action comedy Chennai Express for Red Chillies Entertainment, a film which earned mixed critical reviews and a fair amount of criticism for its perceived disparagement of South Indian culture, although the film included a tribute to Tamil cinema star Rajinikanth.
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17. Shah Rukh Khan performed an extended, special appearance in the 2009 film Billu, playing Bollywood superstar Sahir Khan—a fictionalised version of himself, wherein he performed musical item numbers with actresses Kareena Kapoor, Priyanka Chopra, and Deepika Padukone.
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18. Shah Rukh Khan collaborated for the third time with Aditya Chopra on the romantic drama Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi opposite Anushka Sharma, at that time a newcomer.
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21. In 2002, Shah Rukh Khan played the title role as a rebellious alcoholic opposite Aishwarya Rai in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's period romance Devdas.
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22. Shah Rukh Khan performed free of charge as he wanted to work with Kamal Haasan.
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24. Shah Rukh Khan continued to have frequent professional associations with Yash Chopra, Aditya Chopra, and Karan Johar, who moulded his image and made him into a superstar.
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27. Shah Rukh Khan married Gauri Chibber, a Punjabi Hindu, in a traditional Hindu wedding ceremony on 25 October 1991, after a six-year courtship.
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28. Shah Rukh Khan enrolled at Hansraj College to earn his bachelor's degree in Economics, but spent much of his time at Delhi's Theatre Action Group (TAG), where he studied acting under the mentorship of theatre director Barry John.
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29. Shah Rukh Khan moved to New Delhi in 1948 after the partition of India.
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31. Shah Rukh Khan was born on 2 November 1965 into a Muslim family in New Delhi.
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32. Shah Rukh Khan regularly features in listings of the most influential people in Indian culture, and in 2008, Newsweek named him one of their fifty most powerful people in the world.
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37. New Delhi: Shah Rukh Khan, known for his romance in Bollywood but in 1993 he is remembered for his villainous shade in the hit film "Baazigar".
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39. Shah Rukh Khan is all set to entertain the fans of Hindi cinema with his stellar act as Bauua Singh, a midget, in Zero.
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70. Shah Rukh Khan is called the King Khan of Bollywood for a reason.
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71. In 2018, Shah Rukh Khan was honoured by the World Economic Forum with their annual Crystal Award for his leadership in championing children's and women's rights in India.
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79. Shah Rukh Khan returned to the romantic genre with the role of a tourist guide who falls in love with a traveller in Imtiaz Ali's Jab Harry Met Sejal (2017).
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86. Shah Rukh Khan described himself on Twitter as "half Hyderabadi, half Pathan (father), [and] some Kashmiri (grandmother)".
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87. Shah Rukh Khan was born on 2 November 1965 in a Muslim family in New Delhi.
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88. Early in his career, Shah Rukh Khan was recognised for portraying villainous roles in the films Darr, Baazigar and Anjaam (1994).
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