Shah Rukh will star in Dulha Mil Gaya releasing on March 21, 2008.
Shah Rukh rang in the 2008 new year in Goa, India.
Shah Rukh's father ran a transport company and his mother was a magistrate.
Shah Rukh studied in St. Columba's school in New Delhi, where he was awarded the 'Sword of Honor', the award for best student.
Shah Rukh is born on exactly the same day and year as actor Samuel Le Bihan.
Shah Rukh was #74 on E!'s 101 Hottest Celebrity Bodies Countdown(2006).
Shah Rukh has a sister named Shehnaz Khan.
Shah Rukh was chosen as the host of the third season of the popular game show Kaun Banega Crorepati, the Indian version of Who wants to be a millionaire? in 2007 taking over from the original host Amitabh Bachchan.
Shah Rukh's forthcoming films as of October 1, 2007 include, Om Shanti Om, Bhootnath, Tashan.
Shah Rukh Khan's Red Chillies Entertainment, is set to get $30 million investment from Walt Disney Pictures.
Shah Rukh gifted an Audi A6 to his children.
Shah Rukh has had a book relaesed on himself called King of Bollywood written by Anupama Chopra.
As of June 17, 2007 Shah Rukh will endorse Fair & Handsome.
On June 19, 2007 Shah Rukh was given a French Cultural award.
Shah Rukh and MF Husain's painting was sold on June 10, 2007 for 160,000 Pounds.
Shah Rukh was a playback singer in the movies, "Don" and "Josh".
Shah Rukh will be appearing in 5 films in 2007.
Shah Rukh's first name means "Face of the King".
Shah Rukh adores computer games and high tech gadgets.
Shah Rukh was named Time Magazine's 20 Asian Hereos under the age of 40.
Shah Rukh agreed to star in Aditya Chopra's productions without looking at the script.
Shah Rukh started his career in a TV series called, Fauji.
Shah Rukh has been nominated eighteen times for the Filmfare Awards and won nine times.
Shah Rukh did the voice of Mr. Lajawaab (Mr. Incredible), character for Hindi dubbed version of Disney's animated film, The Incredibles (Hum Hain Lajawaab).
Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani was the first movie Shah Rukh Khan produced.
Shah Rukh Khan is a brand ambassador for ICICI Bank.
On May 6, 2007 Shah Rukh Khan performed to a packed audience of 700 people at a function in Bahrain.
Shah Rukh made his Bollywood debut in 1992 in the movie Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman.
Shah Rukh's son Aryan played his father as an infant in the movie Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham.
Shah Rukh is married to Gauri, and has two children named, Aryan and Suhana.
Shah Rukh Khan's wax figure can be seen at Madame Tussaude's in London. He is the third Bollywood film star to be there, after Amitabh Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai.
Shah Rukh was born as Shahrukh Khan, but he prefers and signs his name as Shah Rukh Khan. His name either way means "face of the king."
Sharukh Khan is close friends with actress Kajol and director and writer Karan Johar. Shah Rukh and Kajol actually helped Karan Johar make his first film, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. Also, so far Shah Rukh has been a main actor in all of Karan Johar's films.
Shah Rukh Khan suffers from back pain, which caused him to have spinal surgery in February 2003.
He has a Master's Degree in Mass Communications.
He has an Honors Degree in Economics.
His height is 5'6".
Shah Rukh: I keep hearing that our films are escapist and unreal but I find our films the most real in the world. We don't have people going up in a rocket and single-handedly blowing up a meteor. We don't have a president on Air Force One saving the world or things coming out of people's stomachs. Our fantasies and escapism are real. It's just people singing and dancing in the street. If England had won the World Cup you would have seen people singing and dancing like that.
Shah Rukh: I do have a close circle of friends and I am very fortunate to have them as friends. I feel very close to them I think friends are everything in life after your family. You come across lots of people all the time but you only make very few friends and you have to be true to them otherwise what's the point in life?
Shah Rukh: God has become a generic term like `mind blowing.' It is embarrassing. I would have said that to Amitabh Bachchan, Naseeruddin Shah, Nana Patekar. I used to tell them I want to stand in the same space as you. I've told Kamal Haasan, I just want to touch you. They are the gods of acting. When people call me God, I say, no, I'm still an angel or saint of acting. I still have a long way to go.
Shah Rukh: I'm the luckiest man in the world and I don't want to hide from the faces I'm acting for. So I don't surround myself with guards, I've never given an interview in which I've said I feel bad that I can't go shopping or I can't go to Chowpatty and eat bhelpuri without being mobbed. I'm not the kind of guy who goes out wearing dark glasses (I don't think I'm a big enough star to hide behind them, honest). I go to see movies in the cinema theatres, I go to restaurants with my family and friends even though I know people are going to disturb me there.
Shah Rukh: Recently an actor asked me to teach him how to speak fast. Wasn't I once criticised for speaking too fast? Now they're doing it my way.
Shah Rukh: Home is where Gauri and the children are...
Shah Rukh: To me, Devdas is the end of love stories. I've portrayed an obsessed lover, a nice lover, an angry lover, a romantic lover. And now I've played Devdas. For someone who doesn't even like love stories, I've played an awful lot of lovers. Personally speaking, I wouldn't see any of the romantic films I've acted in.
Shah Rukh: It's not like Steven Spielberg is waiting with a script for me. I don't think I'll ever be offered a great international film in my lifetime, so I'd rather be a king here. Moreover, Indian cinema is the greatest in the world. But of course, after spending three months in LA, London, and New York I found that our cinema is a little exaggerated. To make a mark in the West we have to reach their level without losing our identity, culture or songs. I don't want to star in a Hollywood film, but want to make a film that crosses over universally.
Shah Rukh: I don't think I am a specifically talented enough 40-year-old actor. I am sure there are a lot of 40-year-old actors there who are more talented, better looking, speak the language better.
Shah Rukh: I`m an apolitical guy. My job is to act. I barely know how to make a film, forget trying to run the country.
Shah Rukh: I am no philosopher but what I speak is same as what is in my heart, I do think things over and create my own perspective but always have respect and room for other people's opinion.
Shah Rukh: (About school) I was naughty in school. In college, I spent most of my time on sports. My school was very strict. At that time the discipline seemed harsh but as time goes by I think this has helped me a lot. Discipline to me means: If you have to do something you follow it to the end.
Shah Rukh: I talk to Allah, I pray to him.
Shah Rukh: (If he was not an actor) Perhaps I would have gone into advertising, making ad films. Perhaps I would have been a teacher; I like teaching.
Shah Rukh: (About his wife) I have known her since I was 18 and she was 14. She was the first girl I asked for a dance. I was shy with women.
Shah Rukh: Maybe the country doesn't pray for me like they do for Sachin Tendulkar, but I know I'm on a good wicket as well.
Shah Rukh: I'd like to believe there's a little of Hitler and Napoleon in me. Even if I try, I can't be as selfless as Mahatma Gandhi and Mother Teresa.
Shah Rukh: If it could have happened through a film that I was associated with, it would have made be doubly proud. It makes me proud anyway. I am not disappointed.
Shah Rukh: I don't kiss on screen. Period.
Shah Rukh: Whenever I fail as a father or husband... a toy and a diamond always works.
Shah Rukh: I work like a retailer. I sell my services, take my money and keep it in the bank.
Shah Rukh: Cinema in India is like brushing your teeth in the morning. You can't escape it.
Shah Rukh I haven't given up smoking. I'm very clear about it, it's a personal choice. I want to cut down on it. It shouldn't be made into an issue to say, damn good or damn bad. Whether I give it up or not shouldn't be an issue.
Shah Rukh: I'd rather sink trying to be different, than stay afloat like everyone else.