35 SRK Movies To Sort Your Day In A King Style

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Hritwik Chakraborty

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'I have not come here to compete, I have come here to rule'. 

This is what our beloved superstar King Khan had to say to Rajeev Masand's question regarding his competition with younger actors like Ranbir Kapoor. And we can't disagree with his words, can we?

Shahrukh Khan, or popularly referred to as SRK, is one of the biggest superstars of this nation, ever. His popularity is not restricted to any age, class, religion, or gender. 

The man has a huge number of admirers all over the world. SRK has acted in nearly 100 films since his debut with the film Deewana (1992). Below is the list of the best SRK movies for you to watch right now!

35. Deewana

Deewana | Shahrukh Khan(SRK) Movies

The year was 1992 when Deewana hit the theatres. This movie introduced Shahrukh Khan to the Indian audience for the first time on the big screen. 

Starring alongside superstar Rishi Kapoor and the then heartthrob of India Divya Bharti, SRK made his presence felt from the moment he made his appearance during the song 'Koi Na Koi Chahiye'. 

Deewana is a romantic melodrama of the debutante Raj Kanwar. It was commercially successful and immediately fetched SRK popularity among the Indian audience.

So the first one on the SRK movies list was Deewana.

Available on: Jio Cinema

34. Chamatkar

Chamatkar | Shahrukh Khan(SRK) Movies

SRK's second movie as a lead, Chamatkar was also released in 1992. It is a fantasy drama film directed by Rajiv Mehra, featuring Naseeruddin Shah, Urmila Matondkar, and Shammi Kapoor alongside Shahrukh. 

Upon its release, it became popular among the kids and is still an enjoyable watch, especially because of the chemistry between the lead actors.

Available on: Netflix

33. Koyla

This Rakesh Roshan directed action thriller was released in the year 1997. Shahrukh Khan and Madhuri Dixit featured as the lead pair, while Amrish Puri played the antagonist. 

Playing a deaf and mute, SRK put forth a great performance, while Amrish Puri stole the show with his villainous character. It performed well at the box office and was appreciated for its action scenes and acting performances of the leading actors.

Available on: Zee5 

32. Karan Arjun

Karan Arjun | Shahrukh Khan(SRK) Movies

Karan Arjun is among the most popular on the SRK movies list.

Released in the year 1995, Karan Arjun brought Shahrukh Khan and Salman Khan together on screen for the first time. It is a fantasy action film based on the theme of reincarnation. Both the Khans performed well in their respective roles, and Amrish Puri as the villain was terrifying as always. 

Directed by Rakesh Roshan (and assisted by Hrithik Roshan), this film was hugely successful and was the second highest-grossing film of the year.

Available on: Zee5

31. Baadshah

Baadshah | Shahrukh Khan(SRK) Movies

An action comedy film directed by Abbas-Mustan duo with Shahrukh as the lead is bound to be hilarious. Starring Shahrukh Khan and Twinkle Khanna, this SRK movie was released in the year 1999. 

It performed average at the box office. However, Shahrukh Khan was appreciated for his comic timing, while Amrish Puri was hailed for his performance as the villain. The movie is still enjoyable, especially because of the comic scenes featuring Johnny Lever, Saurabh Shukla, and others. 

Available on: YouTube

30. Anjaam

Before turning into the romantic hero that he is best known for, SRK had played dark and gritty characters in numerous movies, Anjaam being one of them. A psychological crime thriller starring Shahrukh Khan and Madhuri Dixit, Anjaam hit the theatres in 1994. This was the first collaboration between SRK and Madhuri. Directed by Rahul Rawail, Anjaam garnered Shahrukh Filmfare Award for the Best Villain and is still considered one of his best performances.

Available on: Netflix

29. Josh

Josh | Shahrukh Khan(SRK) Movies

Directed by Mansoor Khan, Josh is a romantic action film starring Shahrukh Khan, Aishwarya Rai, Chandrachur Singh, and Sharad Kapoor in the lead roles. 

Based on the backdrop of Goa's real estate deals, this SRK movie was quite successful. It has developed a cult following over the years, the fashion statement playing a major role.

Available on: YouTube

28. Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam

Another movie that saw the two biggest contemporary stars, SRK and Salman together on screen. Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam is a 2002 film directed by K.S. Adhiyaman. 

It is a romantic family drama, starring Shahrukh Khan, Madhuri Dixit, and Salman Khan in the lead roles, with Atul Agnihotri in a supporting role. Aishwarya Rai makes a special appearance in this movie. This SRK movie though an underperformer at the box office is enjoyable.

Available on: Jio Cinema

27. Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi

A romantic comedy featuring two SRKs (not technically though) is nothing but a treat for the fans! It features Shahrukh Khan and Anushka Sharma, who made her Bollywood debut with this movie. 

With some great songs composed by Salim-Suleiman, this Aditya Chopra-directed SRK movie was a huge success.

Available on: Amazon Prime

26. Ra.One

Watching Shahrukh Khan as a superhero was nothing less than a dream come true for the Indian audience. Directed by Anubhav Sinha, this superhero fantasy film features Kareena Kapoor Khan and Arjun Rampal alongside SRK. 

This 2011 SRK movie was a path-breaking film in terms of visual effects and is still appreciated for the standard it has set in the technical aspects. Though it failed to receive critical acclaim and did not perform as much as we expected it to, it still was declared a hit at the box office.

Available on: Jio Cinema

25. Chennai Express

Chennai Express | Shahrukh Khan(SRK) Movies

A Rohit Shetty film starring Shahrukh Khan and Deepika Padukone, Chennai Express is nothing less than a laugh riot. An action-comedy released in 2013, Chennai Express broke all the box office records and is still one of the highest-grossing Bollywood movies of all time. 

This SRK movie is a highly enjoyable watch, especially because of its comic and action scenes, and also because of the chemistry between the lead pair (and of course, Lungi Dance!).

Available on: Netflix

24. Dear Zindagi

Dear Zindagi | Shahrukh Khan(SRK) Movies

This Gauri Shinde directorial is a special film. It features Alia Bhatt in the lead role and SRK in an extended cameo. The chemistry between these two actors is mind-boggling. 

Though there is no romantic connection between the two characters (or maybe there is?), they share a very special bond that rises beyond our definition of a relationship. The movie talks in length about depression. This 2016 SRK movie was a critical and commercial success, with major appreciation coming in for Bhatt, as well as SRK. 

Available on: Netflix

23. Chalte Chalte

Another Aziz Mirza directorial venture, Chalte Chalte is a 2003 romantic drama, starring Shahrukh Khan and Rani Mukerji. With sizzling chemistry between the lead pair and some brilliant songs, this movie is a great Sunday watch. 

The film was commercially successful and was appreciated by the audience and the critics alike. It was screened at the Casablanca Film Festival.

Available on: Netflix

22. Pardes

Pardes, released in 1997, is a Subhash Ghai-directed musical drama featuring Shahrukh Khan, Mahima Chaudhary, and Apurva Agnihotri in the lead roles. 

This SRK movie sought significant attention from the Western audience and was a successful film.

Available on: Zee5

21. Om Shanti Om

Om Shanti Om | Shahrukh Khan(SRK) Movies

An all-time blockbuster, Om Shanti Om was a 2007 musical romantic drama. This movie introduced us to the scintillating SRK-Deepika pair, with Shreyas Talpade and Kirron Kher in supporting roles (and how can we forget the ultimate party track Deewangi Deewangi featuring 31 Bollywood stars!). 

Directed by Farah Khan, this SRK movie was Deepika Padukone's Bollywood debut. A revenge story based on reincarnation, this movie was a huge success at the box office and broke several records.

Available on: Netflix

20. Jab Tak Hai Jaan

Directed by none other than the great Yash Chopra, Jab Tak Hai Jaan is a romantic drama featuring Shahrukh Khan, Katrina Kaif, and Anushka Sharma in the lead roles, with the iconic and evergreen pair of Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh making a small appearance. It revolves around a bomb disposal expert played by Khan, and the experiences he goes through with his love life. Released in the year 2010, it was a critical and commercial success. 

The film is still memorable, especially because of the performances of Shahrukh Khan and Anushka Sharma, and the surreal soundtrack composed by the genius, A.R. Rahman.

Available on: Amazon Prime

19. Main Hoon Na

Featuring Shahrukh Khan, Zayed Khan, Amrita Rao, Sushmita Sen, Sunil Shetty, Boman Irani, Satish Shah, Naseeruddin Shah, Kirron Kher, and others, this multi starrer was a huge success. 

An action-comedy romance drama (or simply, masala) based on the relations between the neighboring nations India and Pakistan, it was the directorial debut of Farah Khan that went on to become a huge box office success.

Available on: Netflix

18. Don

"Sir Bahot Shareef Lagta Hai, Call Me Don", this SRK movie is no doubt a must-watch.

Well, this doesn't require much explanation. When Farhan Akhtar decided to remake this evergreen classic of Mr. Bachchan, a section of the audience frowned. 

However, this 2006 film went on to become a huge success, with praises showering in for the performances of its lead actors SRK, Priyanka Chopra, and Boman Irani; while Akhtar garnered appreciation for the originality that he brought to the story.

Available on: Netflix

17. Kuch Kuch Hota Hai

Kuch Kuch Hota Hai | Shahrukh Khan(SRK) Movies

An evergreen classic, KKHH was Karan Johar's debut as a director and one of the most popular SRK movies. A love triangle featuring Shahrukh Khan, Kajol, and Rani Mukerji, this movie was an iconic success and it broke several records when it hit the silver screen in 1998. 

It is still very much memorable for the chemistry between the lead actors and the superb music of Jatin-Lalit.

Available on: Netflix

16. Raees

Raees | Shahrukh Khan(SRK) Movies

When SRK in his deep baritone voice said 'Aa Raha hoon', the audience went berserk. 

This Rahul Dholakia-directed 2017 gangster drama SRK movie saw him return in a negative character (not a typical villain though) after a significant amount of time. 

It is an action crime drama featuring a fiery cast, with Shahrukh Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui playing the two main characters, while Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub and Mahira Khan played the supporting characters. The chemistry between SRK and Nawazuddin is simply brilliant and is a major highlight of the film.

Available on: Netflix

15. Don 2

Don 2 | Shahrukh Khan(SRK) Movies

An action-thriller directed by Farhan Akhtar, Don 2 is, as the name suggests, a sequel of the movie Don (2006). A stylized gangster film, Don 2 is a celebration of 'the' Shahrukh Khan. 

SRK's entry scene in the movie met with unimaginable madness at the theatres. It went on to become the highest grosser of 2011 and is still one of the most commercially successful movies of the man.

Available on: Netflix

14. Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa

One of the finest SRK movies, Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa is a 1994 movie, directed by Kundan Shah. A coming of age rom-com, this movie features Suchitra Krishnamoorthi and Deepak Tijori alongside SRK. 

Said to be one of his finest performances to date, this movie fetched Shahrukh Khan his first Filmfare Award for Best Actor Critics Choice. 

Available on: Netflix

13. Dilwale Dulhania Le Jaayenge

Dilwale Dulhania Le Jaayenge | Shahrukh Khan(SRK) Movies

The ultimate blockbuster in the history of Bollywood, DDLJ hit the screens in 1995. This Aditya Chopra-directed romantic comedy-drama movie placed Shahrukh Khan on a pedestal much higher than his contemporaries and established him as the ultimate superstar. 

It also established SRK-Kajol as the most beloved pair of Bollywood. This SRK movie has made a record of running for 1000 weeks at the Maratha Mandir theatre in Mumbai and is still considered an evergreen classic.

Available on: Amazon Prime

12. Maya Memsaab

Probably the most controversial movie of SRK, Maya Memsaab came out in 1993. Directed by Ketan Mehta, featuring Shahrukh Khan, Deepa Sahi, and Farooq Shaikh in the lead roles, Maya Memsaab is a mystery drama film that wreaked havoc upon its release for its sexually explicit scenes. 

Despite all the controversies, it has been hailed as one of the best movies SRK has featured in and is very much appreciated for its realistic and mature content.

Available on: Netflix

11. Paheli

Paheli is a different kind of film. This SRK movie does not cater to the mass or the class. 

This is for the people who love movies that delve deep into human emotions. Directed by the veteran actor Amol Palekar, Paheli was released in 2005. It is probably one of the strangest love stories to have been made in the Hindi film industry. 

Starring Shahrukh Khan and Rani Mukerji as the lead pair, this fantasy romantic drama film is SRK's only official entry to the Oscars (2006). It continues to be one of the most underrated movies of King Khan.

Available on: Netflix

10. Asoka

A historical epic based on the life of emperor Asoka, this movie remains one of the most underappreciated movies in the history of Indian cinema. Upon its release, the movie failed to receive acceptance from the audience. 

It also had to face criticism for its controversial portrayals of historic events. Asoka was directed by well-known cinematographer Santosh Sivan. More than 20 years after its release in the year 2001, it is now getting the appreciation it deserves.

Available on: Netflix

9. Baazigar

This 1993 romantic crime thriller is a classic that does not have to be introduced. With a star cast featuring SRK, Kajol, Shilpa Shetty, and others, Baazigar was a groundbreaking film. 

This is the movie that established Shahrukh Khan as a household name. This SRK movie sought him his first Filmfare Award for the Best Actor.

Available on: Amazon Prime

8. Veer Zaara

Veer Zaara | Shahrukh Khan(SRK) Movies

An epic cross-border romantic saga, Veer-Zaara is a milestone film. Featuring an ensemble cast of Shahrukh Khan, Preity Zinta, Rani Mukerji, Manoj Bajpai, Boman Irani, Kirron Kher, Divya Dutta; with Amitabh Bachchan and Hema Malini making a special appearance, Veer-Zaara appealed to the 'mass' and the 'class' alike. 

One of the best romantic movies in the history of Bollywood, with a magical soundtrack, this evergreen classic of Yash Chopra is a must-watch.

Available on: Amazon Prime

7. Darr

Another classic Yash Chopra film, Darr is one of the rare SRK movies that managed to send chills down its audience's spine. It is a psychological crime thriller starring SRK, Sunny Deol, and Juhi Chawla in the lead roles. 

Shahrukh Khan managed to steal the show with his jaw-dropping performance in the character of the criminally obsessed one-sided lover, Rahul. Released in 1993, Darr still manages to scare its audience.

Available on: Amazon Prime

6. Fan

Fan | Shahrukh Khan(SRK) Movies

“Wo sirf star nahi, duniya hai meri!”

Fan is a unique movie in every aspect in which SRK plays the role of superstar Aryan Khanna, as well as his obsessive fan Gaurav Chandna. This 2016 action drama thriller is often cited as one of Khan's best performances. Moving miles asunder from the usual formula of Bollywood films, Fan did not have any song throughout its running minutes. 

Though it failed to make much of an impact at the Indian box office, this film of Maneesh Sharma did earn a decent amount overseas, and SRK received bountiful praises for his performance.

Available on: Amazon Prime

5. Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham

A typical family drama coupled with romance and comedy, K3G is the second directorial venture of Karan Johar as a director. 

With an ensemble cast composed of Shahrukh Khan, Kajol, Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Hrithik Roshan, and Kareena Kapoor Khan, this movie managed to create history and is a treasure in the collection of SRK movies.

Available on: Netflix

4. Devdas

Devdas is a 2002 movie, based on a novel of the same name by Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay. An eternal tragic love story featuring SRK, Aishwarya Rai, and Madhuri Dixit in the main roles, and Jackie Shroff in a supporting role, it is an epic film in every aspect. 

Devdas is a masterpiece of Sanjay Leela Bhansali. Script, direction, costume design, set design; everything is picture-perfect in this movie. Devdas also has one of the best soundtracks in the history of Bollywood. 

One of the finest performances from any actor in Bollywood, Devdas holds a high rank in the SRK movies list.

Available on: Jio Cinema

3. Chak De India

Chak De India | Shahrukh Khan(SRK) Movies

“70 minute hai tumhare paas!”

I bet hardly anyone can dislike this SRK movie.

A sports drama film directed by Shimit Amin, Chak De! India is hands down one of the best Bollywood movies ever. This 2007 film presented Shahrukh Khan to us in a never seen before avatar. 

This SRK movie revolves around an ex-Indian hockey player, Kabir Khan trying to get back his lost reputation, and the journey of the Indian national women’s hockey team from being a below-average team to becoming the world champions, under the guidance of Khan. 

SRK put forth a brilliant performance, so did the women in the film (special mention goes to Shilpa Shukla who played the character of Bindia Naik).

Available on: Amazon Prime

2. Swades

Swades | Shahrukh Khan(SRK) Movies

One of the best and finest movies Bollywood could ever make.

Swades was not successful at the box office, because it did not entertain us, it educated us. This SRK movie can’t be, and shouldn’t be judged based on box office numbers. 

A 2004 patriotic drama film directed by Ashutosh Gowariker, Swades is the movie of a man’s journey to finding his true self, his roots. SRK in the role of Mohan Bhargava, a NASA scientist, is simply outstanding. 

This journey of self-discovery also features Gayatri Joshi (her only film) and Kishori Ballal in the leading roles. A highly acclaimed film, Swades is a masterpiece.

Available on: Netflix

1. My Name Is Khan

My Name Is Khan | Shahrukh Khan(SRK) Movies

Another classic and amazing SRK movie that left an impact on the audience.

Shahrukh Khan broke all the preset notions about him and presented a truly magnificent performance as Rizwan Khan, a man with Asperger’s syndrome in this film. Undoubtedly the best directorial venture of Karan Johar, MNIK brought back the evergreen SRK-Kajol pair on screen after a significant amount of time. 

While all the actors including Kajol were brilliant, SRK simply stole the show with his performance. When Rizwan said “My name is Khan, and I am not a terrorist”, it hit us hard. Famous Brazilian author went on to say that SRK deserved an Oscar for his performance and would have bagged one if Hollywood was unbiased. 

The movie teaches us to love and to spread love at every level. A must-watch for everyone, this 2010 film is truly a magical masterpiece.

Available on: Amazon Prime

Upcoming SRK movies: Pathan, Lion, untitled project with Rajkumar Hirani, Brahmāstra (as a scientist), Rocketry: The Nambi Effect (as himself).

It is not easy to come up with a list of SRK movies that would make everyone happy, as it is really difficult to decide which one to keep and which one to omit. Not only is he loved all over India, but he has played a key role in introducing foreign audiences to Indian films. 

He might have hit a rough patch in the last few years, he continues to be one of the most loved and respected global superstars. He is all set to make his comeback with as many as 4 films in his bag, and we can’t wait for the much-awaited moment.

No matter you are a Jabra fan of our King Khan or not, you must have watched a number of movies listed here and would have definitely fallen in love with him.

Do let me know in the comment box below about the best thing that you like in the SRK movies. Also, don't forget to like and share this list of awesome movies with all the Jabra fans of SRK.

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