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30 Years of Shah Rukh Khan: Our fondest reminiscences with the famous person


30 years in the past, a boy got here into the Metropolis of Desires – Mumbai – with a hope and a coronary heart stuffed with ardour, considering of ruling it someday – and he did! At this time, he is named Shah Rukh Khan, lovingly referred to as King Khan and his magic transcends approach past Indian shores.

Versatility has at all times been his forte. From being the antagonist in Darr to nailing that excellent comedian timing in rom coms like Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, making you fall in love with him as he stares with these lovely blue eyes in Dil To Paagal Hai to creating you weep with how he embeds sentiments into scenes from movies like Kal Ho Naa Ho that brings out his finest – Shah Rukh Khan is all that and a lot extra.

Filmfare has shared a number of milestones over time, that includes the megastar on its cowl. Merely chronicling the enigma that he’s and shall at all times be – for his relentless appeal by no means seizes. At this time as he clocks 30 years of his gifted presence on the earth of Indian Cinema – here is trying again at how he got here, stayed and dominated – from the lenses of his prime Filmfare covers over time.

August 2013: 2 am Mannat. The manager said the pool area was forbidden. But King Khan was in agenerous mood. A wet, wet cover. Super hit!


August 2013: 2 AM – Shah Rukh Khan opened the doorways of his mansion, Mannat. Regardless of of the pool being off limits – SRK was within the temper to make it a HIT!

April 2013: Three superstars framed forever. Took six months in the making.

April 2013: A canopy that includes icons akin to Dilip Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan, and SRK, and the remainder is historical past.

December 2012: Yash Chopra had recently passed away. SRK was in a mellow mood. The shutterbug got the right amount of gravitas on the cover.

December 2012: With Yash Raj passing away that 12 months, SRK felt unhappiness, nonetheless, he channeled the energy and keenness wanted, and that made this one of the vital iconic covers.

October 2011: Ra.One. We made a gizmo set up with robots. He wasn’t particularly impressed with the props but indulged us and  gave us a cover shot we loved

October 2011: Yr of Ra. One. An unconventional gizmo arrange with robots. He was recreation, posing and searching dapper as at all times for one more cowl.

December 2011: Best of Filmfare. Best of Bollywood. A Shah Rukh Khan and Amitabh Bachchan cover pulled out from the archives.

December 2011: Two superstars, Two generations – a present to Bollywood that by no means shall get outdated. Amitabh Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan collectively on the duvet, introduced out from our archives.

December 2010: A rainy day cover, we begged and pleaded in between changes for the Valentine issue with Kajol. He smiled. Khachak!

December 2010: A successful combo of a wet day cowl, Shah Rukhs infectious dimpled smile photographed in between modifications for a Valentines difficulty with Kajol. Evergreen it’s.

February 2010

February 2010: Shah Rukh and Kajol – the timeless couple and an everlasting favorite on our cowl.

February 2011

February 2011: And so they hold the chemistry intact on one more cowl – Kajol and Shah Rukh Khan.

July 2006: He hung thousands of feet above sea level, shooting for Don. But took time off to shoot our cover pictures... And a knockout interview.

July 2006: Hectic schedules of taking pictures Don – nonetheless, he made time to shoot for an additional cowl with us and an interview that is without doubt one of the finest from the archives.

March 2009

March 2009: Creme-de-la-creme of Bollywood: Shah Rukh Khan joined by Kareena Kapoor Khan, Aamir Khan, Akshay Kumar, and Hrithik Roshan in a grid-like cowl.

May 2009

Could 2009: An easy appeal and a dapper star gracing one more cowl.

October 2007: Om Shanti Om. He showed the boys the stuff that separates the players from the gentlemen. Woah! A six-pack cover

October 2007: One among his hottest covers with Filmfare – it raised the temperatures like no different!

April 2008: Kareena Kapoor’s big win for Jab We Met. SRK bagged  the Filmfare for his sterling performance in Chak De! India. A night and a cover to remember.

April 2008: These had been the times! Kareena Kapoor Khan bagging the very best actress for Jab We Met and Shah Rukh Khan taking the Black Woman dwelling for Chak De India! What a feat! What a canopy!

April 2005: Rani Mukerji nabs the trophy for Hum Tum, while Shah Rukh Khan wins for arguably his most accomplished turn yet in Swades

April 2005: 90s magic on the Filmfare cowl because the winners – Rani Mukerji for Hum Tum and Shah Rukh Khan for Swades gained the Black Woman and had been featured on the duvet.

May 2004

Could 2004: The boy-next-door appeal effortlessly showcased by King Khan on the duvet.

November 2005

November 2005: Shabby Hair, rugged informal look and that one look made this cowl of Shah Rukh, iconic.

April 2003: The Devdas win night. A dola re dola cover

April 2003: Love within the instances of Devdas! The winners – Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan on the duvet with their massive win.

June 2003: Time was running out. SRK, specially took time off to shoot a cover for Filmfare with Rani Mukerji between shooting for Chalte Chalte. A winner!

June 2003: Amidst busy schedules of wrapping up Chalte Chalte – Rani Mukerji and Shah Rukh Khan got here collectively for this cowl.

December 2003: Power-listers Amitabh Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan slam the charts once more. And became our power cover boys.

December 2003: The highly effective duo of Filmfare posters: Amitabh Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan make a comeback and an announcement at that.

September 2004

September 2004: Elevating the bar and getting higher at it daily – thats King Khan for you.

November 2002

November 2002: Cropped hair, a lacy black quantity, and one sizzling stare – Shah Rukh Khan!

November 2000: Mohabbatein… SRK, Aishwarya  Rai and a specially shot anniversary cover. Humko humi se chura lo...

November 2000: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan turned a quintessential onscreen pair with their movie Mohabbatein and there they had been bringing in the identical chemistry on the duvet.

January 2000: On the eve of the release of Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani, our theme was red. A red hot chilli pepper cover.

January 2000: Purple Sizzling Chilli pepper: Shah Rukh Khan trying ever dapper on the eve of the discharge of Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani.

November 2001: Thank you, Karan Johar. Between shooting stills for Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, SRK took the time off for a three generation cover with Hrithik Roshan and Amitabh Bachchan...exclusively for Filmfare.

November 2001: An unique cowl on Filmfare while taking pictures for Kabhie Khushi Kabhi Gham – Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, and Hrithik Roshan come collectively for it.

July 1999

July 1999: A younger and ever charming Shah Rukh Khan making the Filmfare cowl look all of the extra energetic!

June 2002

June 2002: Shah Rukh Khan turned up on the Filmfare cowl and up, shut and private within the interview.

March 1994  Juhi Chawla wins the Filmfare for Hum Hai Rahi Pyaar Ke. SRKs first win for Baazigar. An unforgettable night.

March 1994: An unforgettable evening as Juhi Chawla bagged the award for Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke and Shah Rukhs first win for Baazigar.

December 1994

December 1994: Everlasting superstars: Shah Rukh Khan and Amitabh Bachchan

April 1996  The Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge win. SRK and Kajol. The first time together on our cover. Sweet dreams are made of this.

April 1996: That smile and that chemistry: Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol. We name it the Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge cowl and this was their first Filmfare cowl collectively.

April 1999  The Kuch Kuch Hota Hai pair SRK and Kajol win the Filmfare Awards. Their camaraderie is captured on this cover forever.

April 1999: After which there was no trying again! SRK and Kajol because the Kuch Kuch Hota Hai lead pair winners, gracing the Filmfare cowl.

May 1998  A son is born, Aryan! Duplicate is released. A cover pregnant with possibilities.

Could 1998: Aryan got here into his life – the happiness was evident on his face and thats what led to a somewhat pregnant cowl!

July 1995

July 1995: Doesnt get cuter than this!

October 1998  A month before Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. SRK, Kajol in white. Tum nahin samjhoge...

October 1998: Shah Rukh and Kajol radiate nothing however love a month earlier than the discharge of Kuch Kuch Hota Hai.

March 1998  The Dil Toh Pagal Hai team is joined by Tabu who won for Virasat. Four’s company. Yeah!

March 1998: The Dil Toh Pagal Hai group and Tabu together with her massive win for Virasat, all smiles on the duvet!

October 1997  No limits. 2 am at Suresh Natarajans studio. A fab shot and a fab cover.

October 1997: No Limits as he shot one other cowl at Suresh Natarajans studio.

August 1997  Aamir Khan drags his bag of clothes to Rakesh Shreshta’s studio. SRK does his own bit of styling. Between them a cover forever.

August 1997: The ruling Khans! Aamir Khan sourcing garments to Rakesh Shreshthas studio and SRK styling himself – resulting in a canopy of goals.

January 1994  The big gamble! His first big cover. Baazigar had just been released. Bingo!

January 1994: The primary of many. Baazigar had simply launched and he commemorated it together with his first massive cowl!

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