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5 SRK Movies that remain hard to miss if you are his fan

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The King Khan is certainly come a long way in B Town. It’s been 25 years when the actor has been ruling the industry with his incredible performances and many good hits as well in his career. He has emerged as a big brand in B Town apart from being known as the King of romance. He has good and the bad films as well in his career but some of his films remains all time favorite for all and if you are his fan then you would never miss them. How about catching up the 5 SRK movies that remain hard to miss if you happens to be his fan, have a look:

1). Baazigar:

Baazigar

Although it was his first film in B Town but due to its late release it turned out to be his second. Considering his first film, his performance has been incredible over the screen. The Film has managed to earn around 7.75 crore at the box office.

2). Darr:

Darr

Unlike Baazigar the film has managed to gained a huge popularity for his incredible acting and performance. Despite SRK in the negative role, he has bagged loads of applause for his performance and thus remains hard to miss film. The film earned around 11 crore over the box office.

3). Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge:

Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge

This has been a turning point for the actor as it made billions all across the world and helped him make his niche as a Romantic actor thus started his King of Romance journey with it.

4). Kal Ho Na Ho

Kal Ho Na Ho

It was his first film with Karan Johar, which did well in terms of story, good performance of King Khan and other things. The film has loads of stuff to give to the audience and we have SRK nailing it with his incredible performance.

5). Main Hoon Na

Main Hoon Na

The film has been good in terms of story, content and performance. SRK has been simply incredible in his performance which gave a good start to Farah Khan as well opening her innings in direction. But sadly she has been applauded only in SRK films and not others.

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