Shahrukh Khan, Bollywood's genius needs no introduction when it accompanies depictions of characters. A veteran of 80-odd movies, he has assumed an assortment of parts on screen of which most have gotten to be notorious and well known. Lord Khan has additionally played a couple of critical double parts where he needed to depict two very surprising characters to suit the script. Here, we glance back at some of his movies where he acted double roles which helped him to increase his fan base.
The most recent Shahrukh Khan flick which has him again assuming a twofold part or to be more exact - a clone, yet with a distinction. Coordinated by Maneesh Sharma for Yashraj Films, "Fan" stars Shah Rukh Khan who plays a genius and in addition Gaurav who is the whiz's greatest twin fan with an uncanny likeness. On not getting the due affirmation of being his greatest fan, Gaurav plays ruin in the hotshot's life. What's more, so starts a tussle between the two.
One of King Khan's most goal-oriented undertakings where he plays a superhero. This science fiction thriller by Anubhav Sinha makes them assume the part of a diversion originator, Shekhar Subramanium who makes an amusement superhero, G.One (again played by Shahrukh Khan) who is out to spare Shekhar's family from Ra.One, the amusement's foe.
Om Shanti Om (2007)
Chief Farah Khan's interpretation of rebirth where Shahrukh plays a fan and a little time on-screen character who succumbs to Deepika's appeal, a top courageous woman. Both are murdered by Arjun Rampal just to take resurrection to settle scores. Considered a repeat of Bimal Roy's great "Madhumati" and Subhash Ghai's 'Karz', the film figured out how to rake in enough moolah.
Don – The Chase Begins Again (2006)
Chief Farhan Akhtar's redo of his dad, Javed Akhtar's 1978 sleeper hit, "Don" which slung Amitabh Bachchan to superstardom. Farhan changed the script to give a crisp and smooth look as Shahrukh repeated the part of Don and in addition Vijay, separately. In spite of the fact that the film averaged business however SRK neglected to reproduce the BigB enchantment.
A revamp of the 1973 film 'Duvidha', this social dream film coordinated by Amol Palekar saw SRK playing a vendor, Kishanlal and a Ghost named Prem. Kishanlal abandons his recently married spouse to take up a business arrangement, his significant other discovers comfort in a phantom whom she begins to look all starry eyed at. A fairly strange story which didn't run down well with the gatherings of people.
This comic drama of mistakes film coordinated by Mahesh Bhatt had SRK assuming double parts that of Babloo and Mannu. Babloo plays a blockhead culinary specialist who gets caught by Mannu, the criminal who perpetrates all the wrongdoing and gets Babloo confined for it. However, the film made them stagger visuals and tunes it was panned around the faultfinders and in addition the groups of onlookers.
English Babu Desi Mem (1996)
One of Shahrukh's forgettable movies where he assumed a triple part, that of father, Gopal Mayur and two children, Hari and Vikram, individually. Despite the fact that the film had a couple of good sentimental tracks by music executives Nikhil-Vinay however sank without a follow in the cinematic world because of a dreary script and exhibitions.
Karan Arjun (1995)
The principal example in his vocation where Shahrukh Khan assumed a twofold part in Rakesh Roshan's rebirth revenge dramatization, 'Karan Arjun'. He played Arjun in his first birth and Vijay in his next birth. Imparting screen space to him was Salman Khan who plays his sibling, Karan who holds hands to settle scores with the pathetic Thakur, played by Amrish Puri.