His name is Khan
Cinema in India is like brushing your teeth in the morning. You can’t escape it.
Shahrukh’s the Colgate in that case, may he be Pappu’s papa who uses Pepsodent and every morning has problem to force his son, Pappu, to do that. It’s just like the case where I like Hrithik the most, but say Shahrukh as the best because he is so. So, doing away with all the confusion – Colgate is the best, and so is Shah Rukh Khan.
The Raj who has embedded his picture in every girl’s heart, and the heart beat, beats for that epic tune on Mandolin. The Rahul that everyone wishes will come from behind and say, “Squeese Me” with a friendship band. The Shah Rukh Khan who can do Raj and Rahul 85 times, and still do it differently on the 86th time.
To be honest, I am not getting words to describe him and he and his contribution to the Bollywood cinema can’t fit here, but somehow I want to give him this tribute. He did it all in that dark room, among a crowd of hundreds in sets of three hours. He made us cry with his Aman Mathur (Kal Ho Naa Ho), he made us go lot-pot with the undercover agent Baadshah, he made us sing with tunes that he played once again on that ‘Mandolin-like Violin’ that announced the autumn season (Mohabattein), he made us patriotic too with Ajay Bakshi and Coach Kabir (Guess the movies!), he did it all. He’s the king, and no Prem or Perfectionist can defy that.
Happy Birthday, Shahrukh.
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