Early Life | Shah Rukh Khan – The Bollywood King
Bollywood King Shah Rukh Khan’s birthday today. Even the whole world knows them today, but nobody knows that ,he has done a long time and long struggle behind to reach this stage. A middle class man who was live in streets of delhi has become a King of Bollywood. The journey from middle class man to becoming a king of Bollywood was not easy but Shah Rukh has made it possible with hard work and heavy struggle.
Shah Rukh Khan born on 2 November 1965 in a middle class family of delhi. His father Meer Mohammad had several business ventures including a restaurant, and the family lived a middle-class life in rented apartments. Khan attended St. Columba’s School in central Delhi where he excelled in his studies and in sports such as hockey and football Sharukh also like acting instead of sport. He likes movies too much from his childhood. Shahrukh used mimicry among his friends. He was so much passionate for acting that he had the role of monkey in Delhi’s Ramlila.
Khan enrolled at Hansraj College (1985–88) to earn his bachelor’s degree in Economics, but spent much of his time at Delhi’s Theatre Action Group (TAG), where he studied acting under the mentorship of theatre director Barry John. After Hansraj, he began studying for a master’s degree in Mass Communications at Jamia Millia Islamia, but left to pursue his acting career. He also attended the National School of Drama in Delhi during his early career in Bollywood. His father died of cancer in 1981, and his mother died in 1991 from complications of diabetes. After the death of their parents, his older sister, Shahnaz Lalarukh, born in 1960, fell into a depressed state and Khan took on the responsibility of caring for her.
Khan started his career with appearances in several television series in the late 1980s. He made his Bollywood debut in 1992 with Deewana. The film was a super hit at the box office. The Film also won the Film Fare award. He earned critical acclaim for his portrayal of an alcoholic in Devdas (2002), a NASA scientist in Swades(2004), a hockey coach in Chak De! India (2007) and a man with Asperger syndrome in My Name Is Khan (2010). Many of his films display themes of Indian national identity and connections with diaspora communities, or gender, racial, social and religious differences and grievances.