There's no one quite like Shah Rukh Khan and that isn't an opinion, it's a fact. Simply take a look at Pathaan. Set for release, it will see the living legend onscreen after years and the anticipation by his fans across the world is so great, the advance bookings for the film have already surpassed any collections by a Bollywood film before it. Pathaan also stars Deepika Padukone and John Abraham and before we head to the cinema to catch this action-packed film that's sure to be a hit, we're taking a walk down memory lane. Shah Rukh Khan may be an action hero today but he has also essayed the roles of a chocolate boy, a villain and a caring companion through the years. With his most anticipated films Pathaan about to hit the big screen, IMDb takes a closer look at SRK's career and brings you the top 10 highest-rated Shah Rukh Khan films from his filmography as of January 19, 2023.
Top 10 Highest-Rated Shah Rukh Khan Films On IMDb
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Coming in the top spot on IMDb is Swades. Released in 2004, the film follows an NRI as he revisits his homeland and rediscovers his roots. It has a rating of 8.2 on 10.
2. Chak De! India
Shah Rukh Khan's 2007 film about patriotism and loyalty on the backdrop of the women's hockey industry comes in next. It has a rating of 8.1 on 10.
3. Diwale Dulhania Le Jayenge
The 1995 film was iconic enough to earn King Khan his title of being a romantic hero and ran for record-breaking years at the box office. It has a rating of 8 on 10.
4. My Name Is Khan
Shah Rukh tackled the tricky topics of terrorism and mental illness in this 2010 movie. It has a rating of 7.9 on 10.
5. Kal Ho Naa Ho
In this romantic drama, Shah Rukh Khan played the role of Aman Mathur, a charismatic man with secret. It also has a rating of 7.9 on 10.
6. Hey Ram
Released in 2000, SRK tackles delicate topics of the partition and family issues in this film. It also has a rating of 7.9 on 10.
7. Veer Zaara
Another 2004 hit from the star, the cross-country Romeo and Juliet-esque period romance was right in Shah Rukh's wheelhouse. It has a rating of 7.8 on 10.
8. Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa
One of his earliest films, SRK's charm in the 1994 romance flick was one of the very reasons he became the biggest romantic hero of his time. It has a rating of 7.6 on 10.
Another iconic film from the archives, the actor showcased his skills in the 1993 psychological thriller. It has a rating of 7.6 on 10.
Shah Rukh took a gamble by playing the anti-hero in this movie very early in his career and it paid off handsomely. It has a rating of 7.6 on 10.Comments
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