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12 SRK Characters that every Girl wants to Marry!!

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Today we are talking about Bollywood’s King of romance, Shahrukh Khan. He’s a great star and a very down to earth person. He’s a complete family man and loves his family so much. He’s dedicated to his work,he plays his roles in the movies with a lot of dedication, that’s why his fan following is so high. Every guy wants to be like him and every girl wants a boyfriend like him.

Here, we are showing some of his characters which are worth becoming –

Here’s the list of SRK’s movies character

1. Rahul Khanna in ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’

This was the hit movie in that time when it released. Shahrukh’s character Rahul in it was awesome. Every girls want a guy friend like him. The boy, she can fights with him, plays with him and share her secrets with him. That’s why we want a best friend like him to fall in love with.

2. Rahul Joshi in ‘Yess Boss

The boy friend would be like him, who always puts a smile on your face. When we girls are sad and there a person like him will always puts effort to keep us happy.

3. Ram in ‘Main Hoon Naa’

He’s a gentleman who loves his family and his girlfriend too. He takes risk for them and always there when they need him.

4. Aman Kant Verma in ‘Dil Se’

The person who won’t let u go. He loves a girl so much. He did everything to find the girl. But after that he finds the girl was a terrorist. We’ll happy if we have a boy like him, who’ll do everything for us.

5. Kabir Khan in ‘Chak De India’

We want a man like him who pushes us and motivates us to do our best. If someone has a quality and looks like him then we’ll think about u guys. Be prepared

6. Raj Malhotra in ‘Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge’

This is cute character he played. Many girls wants a lover like him. In the movie he fell in love with the girl and to won her he comes to India. Fights for his love but not hurt to anybody and in the end he won her family’s heart.

7. Aman Mathur in ‘Kal Ho Na Ho’

He shows that love doesn’t mean to get always u love, sometimes u have to let go your love to live their life. He sacrifices his love for her life. Very rare persons has guts to do it.

8. Surindar Sahni in ‘Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi’

We always love a person who loves us back. But what if the person doesn’t love us back. we all want a man who gives us some time to fall in love with him. He did all the things the girl likes.

9. Mohan Bhargava in ‘Swades’

He is the person who takes his responsibility. He’s a mature and responsible person. We all need a man like him.

10. Raj Aryan Malhotra in  ‘Mohabbatein’

The boy love her girlfriend after her death. He is still in love with her. This character shows us true love never dies.

11. Rahul Raichand in ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham’

The man who loves his family. But when his love needed he stands for her. He chose the right decision for both of them, that’s why we love him.

12. Sunil in ‘Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa’

A man who belongs to a middle class family and wants to own a music group. He is in love with a girl who’s a singer. He did all the efforts to try his best for love.

posted Jun 17 by Nway Nadar

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