10 most romantic movie of SRK



From the most cheesy and romantic dialogues ranging from “kuch kuch hota hai kiran tum nai samjhogi” from KUCH KUCH HOTA HAI, to “badi badi deshon mein…” wala dialogue from DDLJ and not forgetting the JAB TAKK HAI JAAN poem from the movie JAB TAKK HAI JAAN, Shahrukh Khan has someway or the other has defined the way of romanticism in INDIA. Whether anybody admits it or not, Romantic movies and Shahrukh Khan are just made for each other. And it is evident that majority of girls in India have made a perception of an ideal boyfriend or husband based on the same movies of Shahrukh Khan. So, here I am to help those unlucky and confused guys out there, by presenting 10 most romantic movies of Shahrukh Khan of all times after watching which they can learn some of the romanticism by SRK himself :-

Veer-Zara :- 3 hours of epic awesomeness… Veer-Zaara is a fun, tear-jerking, romantic musical with a powerful message of doing what is right and honorable, true love conquering all, the truth that sets you free, and the equality of all men and women no matter what race or religion. I enjoyed this tremendously. It was heart-pounding at times and so well-acted and directed.

Kuch Kuch hota hai :- A brilliant story that potentially features the greatest collection of Bollywood superstars in a single feature film. Everybody puts on a steller performance from Shahrukh Khan to Kareena Kapoor to Amitabh Bachchan. The plot may seem classicly unoriginal, but it rapidly becomes its own idea as you approach the half-way mark. The soundtrack is one of the more memorable of the decade and has a solid variety to appeal to young and more mature audiences. The film is decently friendly for a non-Indian to watch because of the setting and Western-appeal thrown in. The film is one of the few of its kind that can be watched over and over again as well as its family-friendly attitude. KKKG is extremely saddening a lot of the time, but has a large number of comedic, happy moments to keep it from being a sobfest. If you have 3.5 hours to spare, there is no better way to spend that time than a viewing of KKKG.

Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge :- An ultimate favorite with a great story plot by Aditya Chopra. Shahrukh Khan and Kajol star in a beautiful story about two individuals who meet and fall in love on a trip through Europe with friends. Great music. Amrish Puri and Anupam Kher co-stars. Worth seeing!

Devdas :- “Where will I find again my lost innocence… my lost dreams… my lost childhood? Where has the shade of trees gone, where I made myself a home?” -Devdas This is like the 3rd or 4th Bollywood movie I’ve seen. I gotta say it was absolutely spectacular. I’m a sucker for romances and this one delivers in all aspects. I couldn’t get enough of it after watching it. I was going to go to sleep but I managed to stay up until 6am and watched it all the way through (3 hours+!!)

Mohobbatein :- This is a classic masterpiece featuring Bollywood legends Shah Rukh Khan, Aishwaria Rai, and Amitabh Bachan. The epitome of love stories, it is a timeless classic highlighting the development of three love stories in a setting where love was thought to be impossible. Some love stories are indeed forever, and this is one of them. Three hours of laughter, sadness, and wonder at the true power of love.

Kal ho na ho :- Kuch Kuch Hota Hai is a romance that stands out from the typical Hollywood love story — paying attention to detail and character development in a way in which I’ve rarely seen before. Great melodies, especially the title song. Shahrukh Khan and Kajol are the best pairing in modern day’s hero’s and look wonderful together. I recommend this to anyone who wants to be swept away by a good story and great actors.

Dil toh pagal hai :- DIL TO PAGAL HAI is the story of Rahul (Shahrukh Khan), who does not believe in love. Rahul fails to understand how two people can spend their lives together. It is the story of Pooja (Madhuri Dixit), who believes that there is someone who is made for her and she is destined to meet that person. It is also the story of Nisha (Karisma Kapoor) who believes that love is friendship and one day her dream will come true. Dil To Pagal Hai is a grand musical about passionate people with dreams. Will their dreams come true? Will they find their true love? Dil To Pagal Hai makes us believe that – someone – somewhere – is made for us.

Rab ne bana di Jodi :- Surinder Sahni is a man whose quiet, reserved, and truly polite. He instantly falls in love with Taani. Taani is the only daughter of his respected mentor/former teacher. An unexpected accident occurs during Taani’s wedding celebration and changes everything, Suri and Taani are then promptly asked to marry. Respecting the wishes of Taani’s father, the two agree to get married. After the death of her father, the two travel to live together in Suri’s home. Suri hopes that one day Taani will come to love him as much as he loves her. When a dancing competition attracts Taani’s interest, she is inspired to participate. This leaves an opening for Suri to romantically pursue Taani (with the help of his best friend Bobby). Suri creates an alter ego, and becomes Taani’s dancing partner in the competition. Tons of laughter! Beautiful music. Fantastic dance appearances by Kajol, Bipasha Basu, Lara Dutta, Preity Zinta, and Rani Mukherjee. Mesmerizing song: ‘Tujh Mein Rab Dikhta Hai’- each sung by Shreya Ghoshal and Roop Kumar Rathod. Shahrukh Khan, Anushka Sharma, and Vinay Pathak stars. Definitely worth seeing!

Dilse :- Probably one of the career best performance from Srk . Neither him or the movie got the kind of recognition it deserved. ani Ratnam is endlessly creative and apparently knows no such thing as boredom or exhaustion. Dil Se’s vitality endures successfully its exaggerated length, breathing through some of the lower points of the film. That’s the highest praise I can give it. It’s always on the go, even during its most contemplative moments.

My name is Khan :- The film is brimming over with scenes that relentlessly move you to tears, not because they are sad, but because they are uplifting, inspirational and just sometimes heart-rending. Technically accomplished, it’s always engaging due to the credible performances from its beautiful leads, the charismatic Khan and Kajol. Worthy, but flawed.







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