Shahrukh Khan All Movies List (Filmography)

Shah Rukh Khan All Movies List, Release Date & Year
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Last Updated on August 2, 2023 by Team FinderWheel

Shahrukh Khan  Filmography

Shah Rukh Khan, also known as the “King of Bollywood,” is one of the most iconic and beloved actors in the Indian film industry. With a career spanning over three decades, Shah Rukh Khan has delivered numerous memorable performances and has earned a massive fan following both in India and across the globe. Let’s take a look at the comprehensive list of movies that showcase the magic of Shah Rukh Khan’s acting prowess up until 2023.

List of All Shah Rukh Khan Movies

1. Deewana (1992)

Shah Rukh Khan made his Bollywood debut with this romantic drama, directed by Raj Kanwar. His portrayal of a young musician caught in a love triangle garnered critical acclaim and earned him the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut.

2. Chamatkar (1992)

In this fantasy-comedy directed by Rajiv Mehra, Shah Rukh Khan played the role of Sunder Srivastava, a man with a unique ability to communicate with ghosts. The film was a moderate success.

3. Dil Aashna Hai (1992)

Shah Rukh Khan portrayed the male lead in this romantic drama directed by Hema Malini. Though the film didn’t perform well at the box office, his performance received praise from critics.

4. Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman (1992)

This romantic comedy directed by Aziz Mirza showcased Shah Rukh Khan as a young engineer with big dreams. The film’s charming narrative and SRK’s performance struck a chord with the audience.

5. Maya Memsaab (1993)

In this controversial film directed by Ketan Mehta, Shah Rukh Khan played a cameo role. His appearance added star power to the film, but it faced controversy due to some explicit content.

6. Pehla Nasha (1993)

Shah Rukh Khan had a special appearance in this thriller film directed by Ashutosh Gowariker. His cameo role was well-received by the audience.

7. Baazigar (1993)

In this crime thriller directed by Abbas-Mustan, Shah Rukh Khan delivered a breakthrough performance as an anti-hero. His portrayal of the vengeful and cunning Ajay Sharma won him accolades and established him as a versatile actor.

8. Darr (1993)

Shah Rukh Khan’s portrayal of the obsessed lover Rahul in this romantic thriller, directed by Yash Chopra, is still remembered as one of his most iconic performances. The film’s gripping narrative and SRK’s intense acting received widespread acclaim.

9. Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa (1994)

In this romantic comedy-drama directed by Kundan Shah, Shah Rukh Khan essayed the role of Sunil, a young man hopelessly in love. His endearing performance earned him critical appreciation.

10. Anjaam (1994)

Shah Rukh Khan played a negative role in this psychological thriller directed by Rahul Rawail. His portrayal of the ruthless Vijay Agnihotri earned him accolades for his versatility as an actor.

11. Karan Arjun (1995)

This iconic film directed by Rakesh Roshan saw Shah Rukh Khan in the role of Arjun Singh and showcased his chemistry with Salman Khan. The film’s reincarnation theme and SRK’s intense performance added to its success.

12. Zamaana Deewana (1995)

In this action-comedy directed by Ramesh Sippy, Shah Rukh Khan starred alongside Raveena Tandon. Though the film didn’t fare well at the box office, SRK’s charm was appreciated.

13. Guddu (1995)

Shah Rukh Khan played the role of Guddu Bahadur in this romantic drama directed by Prem Lalwani. The film didn’t perform well commercially but was noted for its emotional storyline.

14. Oh Darling! Yeh Hai India! (1995)

Directed by Ketan Mehta, this comedy-drama featured Shah Rukh Khan as a naive village man who dreams of a better life in the city. The film’s satirical take on various aspects of Indian society was well-received.

15. Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995)

One of the most iconic films in Indian cinema, “DDLJ” directed by Aditya Chopra, starred Shah Rukh Khan as Raj Malhotra, the charming and charismatic lover. The film’s evergreen romance and memorable songs have made it an eternal favorite among moviegoers.

16. Ram Jaane (1995)

In this action crime drama directed by Rajiv Mehra, Shah Rukh Khan played the title role of Ram Jaane. While the film received mixed reviews, SRK’s performance was praised.

17. Trimurti (1995)

Directed by Mukul S. Anand, this action drama saw Shah Rukh Khan sharing the screen with Anil Kapoor and Jackie Shroff. The film’s complex plot and mixed reviews affected its box office performance.

18. English Babu Desi Mem (1996)

Shah Rukh Khan portrayed the roles of Gopal and Hari in this romantic film directed by Praveen Nischol. The film received a lukewarm response from the audience.

19. Chaahat (1996)

Directed by Mahesh Bhatt, this romantic drama starred Shah Rukh Khan as a musician, Roop Rathore. The film’s music and SRK’s performance were appreciated.

20. Army (1996)

Shah Rukh Khan had a special appearance in this action film directed by Raam Shetty. His cameo added star power to the film.

21. Dushman Duniya Ka (1996)

In this social drama directed by Mehmood, Shah Rukh Khan made a special appearance as himself. The film featured a unique storyline and addressed social issues.

22. Gudgudee (1997)

Shah Rukh Khan made a guest appearance in this comedy film directed by Basu Chatterjee. His cameo added a touch of starry glamour to the movie.

23. Koyla (1997)

In this action thriller directed by Rakesh Roshan, Shah Rukh Khan played the role of Shankar, a mute man seeking revenge. His intense performance was praised, and the film performed well at the box office.

24. Yes Boss (1997)

This romantic comedy directed by Aziz Mirza showcased Shah Rukh Khan as Rahul Joshi, a loyal employee torn between his ambition and love. The film’s light-hearted storyline and SRK’s charismatic performance were appreciated.

25. Pardes (1997)

Directed by Subhash Ghai, this musical drama featured Shah Rukh Khan as Arjun, an NRI visiting India. The film’s music and SRK’s performance were well-received.

26. Dil To Pagal Hai (1997)

In this romantic musical directed by Yash Chopra, Shah Rukh Khan portrayed the role of Rahul, a talented dancer torn between two women. The film was a huge commercial success and earned several awards, including the National Film Award for Best Popular Film.

27. Duplicate (1998)

Directed by Mahesh Bhatt, this action-comedy saw Shah Rukh Khan playing a dual role as Bablu Chaudhry and Manu Dada. His energetic performance as a look-alike of a notorious gangster added to the film’s entertainment value.

28. Achanak (1998)

Shah Rukh Khan made a special appearance in this thriller film directed by Naresh Malhotra. His cameo role added intrigue to the narrative.

29. Dil Se.. (1998)

In this romantic thriller directed by Mani Ratnam, Shah Rukh Khan portrayed the character of Amar, a radio journalist entangled in a dangerous love affair. The film’s soulful music and intense performances earned critical acclaim.

30. Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998)

Directed by Karan Johar, this romantic drama featured Shah Rukh Khan as Rahul Khanna, a young widower. The film became a blockbuster and remains a favorite among audiences for its heartwarming storyline.

31. Baadshah (1999)

In this action-comedy directed by Abbas-Mustan, Shah Rukh Khan played the titular role of Baadshah, a witty and resourceful detective. The film’s humor and SRK’s performance made it a commercial success.

32. Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani (2000)

Shah Rukh Khan starred in this social drama directed by Aziz Mirza. He played the role of Ajay Bakshi, a journalist fighting against corruption in media. Despite receiving mixed reviews, SRK’s performance was praised.

33. Hey Ram (2000)

In this historical drama directed by Kamal Haasan, Shah Rukh Khan had a special appearance as Amjad Ali Khan. The film explored the themes of partition and communal harmony.

34. Josh (2000)

Directed by Mansoor Khan, this action-drama featured Shah Rukh Khan as Max, a gangster with a heart of gold. His performance and chemistry with co-star Aishwarya Rai were widely appreciated.

35. Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega (2000)

Shah Rukh Khan made a special appearance in this romantic drama directed by Raj Kanwar. His cameo as Rahul Kapoor added star power to the film.

36. Mohabbatein (2000)

In this musical romance directed by Aditya Chopra, Shah Rukh Khan portrayed the character of Raj Aryan Malhotra, a music teacher advocating love. The film’s ensemble cast and SRK’s performance received praise.

37. Gaja Gamini (2000)

Directed by M. F. Husain, this artistic film saw Shah Rukh Khan in a special appearance as a painter. The film’s experimental nature and unique storytelling style garnered attention.

38. One 2 Ka 4 (2001)

Shah Rukh Khan starred in this action-comedy directed by Shashilal K. Nair. His role as Arun Verma, a cop raising two orphaned children, was well-received by the audience.

39. Aśoka (2001)

In this historical drama directed by Santosh Sivan, Shah Rukh Khan played the title role of Emperor Aśoka. The film received mixed reviews, but SRK’s portrayal was appreciated.

40. Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham… (2001)

Directed by Karan Johar, this family drama featured Shah Rukh Khan as Rahul Raichand, a son estranged from his family. The film’s emotional storyline and ensemble cast made it a blockbuster hit.

41. Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam (2002)

Shah Rukh Khan starred in this romantic drama directed by K. S. Adhiyaman. His performance as Gopal was appreciated by the audience.

42. Devdas (2002)

In this epic romantic drama directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Shah Rukh Khan played the title role of Devdas Mukherjee. His intense performance as the tragic lover earned him critical acclaim and several awards.

43. Shakti: The Power (2002)

Shah Rukh Khan made a special appearance in this drama film directed by Pasupuleti Krishna Vamsi. His cameo role added star power to the movie.

44. Saathiya (2002)

In this romantic drama directed by Shaad Ali, Shah Rukh Khan made a special appearance as Yeshwant Rao. His cameo was well-received by the audience.

45. Chalte Chalte (2003)

Shah Rukh Khan starred in this romantic drama directed by Aziz Mirza. His chemistry with Rani Mukerji and the film’s emotional narrative struck a chord with the audience.

46. Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003)

In this romantic drama directed by Nikkhil Advani, Shah Rukh Khan essayed the role of Aman Mathur, a terminally ill man spreading love and joy. The film was a commercial success and won several awards.

47. Yeh Lamhe Judaai Ke (2004)

Directed by Birendra Nath Tiwari, this romantic drama saw Shah Rukh Khan in the role of Dushant. The film faced delays and had a limited release.

48. Main Hoon Na (2004)

In this action-comedy directed by Farah Khan, Shah Rukh Khan portrayed the character of Major Ram Prasad Sharma. The film’s mix of action, comedy, and drama made it a commercial success.

49. Veer-Zaara (2004)

Directed by Yash Chopra, this romantic drama starred Shah Rukh Khan as Veer Pratap Singh, a prisoner in Pakistan. The film’s soulful storyline and SRK’s emotional performance received widespread acclaim.

50. Swades (2004)

In this social drama directed by Ashutosh Gowariker, Shah Rukh Khan played the role of Mohan Bhargava, an NRI returning to India. The film’s patriotic theme and SRK’s sincere acting struck a chord with the audience.

51. Kuchh Meetha Ho Jaye (2005)

Shah Rukh Khan had a special appearance in this romantic comedy directed by Samar Khan. His cameo role added star power to the film.

52. Silsiilay (2005)

In this drama film directed by Khalid Mohamed, Shah Rukh Khan made a special appearance as Sutradhar. The film dealt with complex relationships and received mixed reviews.

53. Kaal (2005)

Directed by Soham Shah, this thriller film saw Shah Rukh Khan in a special appearance as himself. The film was appreciated for its gripping narrative

54. Paheli (2005)

In this fantasy drama directed by Amol Palekar, Shah Rukh Khan played the role of Kishanlal, a ghost who takes the form of a merchant. The film’s unique storyline and SRK’s performance received critical acclaim.

55. Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006)

Directed by Karan Johar, this romantic drama explored the complexities of marriage and extra-marital relationships. Shah Rukh Khan portrayed the character of Dev Saran, a troubled husband. The film received mixed reviews but was appreciated for its bold theme.

56. Don (2006)

Shah Rukh Khan starred in this action thriller directed by Farhan Akhtar, playing the iconic role of Don, a ruthless crime lord. The film was a commercial success and garnered praise for its stylish action sequences.

57. I See You (2006)

Shah Rukh Khan made a guest appearance in this romantic comedy directed by Vivek Agrawal. His cameo role added star power to the movie.

58. Chak De! India (2007)

In this sports drama directed by Shimit Amin, Shah Rukh Khan portrayed the role of Kabir Khan, a disgraced hockey player who coaches the Indian women’s national hockey team. The film’s inspiring narrative and SRK’s compelling performance struck a chord with audiences and critics alike.

59. Om Shanti Om (2007)

Directed by Farah Khan, this reincarnation-themed romantic drama featured Shah Rukh Khan as Om Kapoor and Omi Shukla. The film was a huge commercial success and received accolades for its nostalgic tribute to Bollywood.

60. Heyy Babyy (2007)

Shah Rukh Khan made a special appearance in this comedy film directed by Sajid Khan. His cameo role added excitement to the movie.

61. Shaurya (2008)

In this courtroom drama directed by Samar Khan, Shah Rukh Khan made a special appearance as a soldier. The film was appreciated for its engaging storyline.

62. Krazzy 4 (2008)

Shah Rukh Khan had a special appearance in this comedy-drama directed by Jaideep Sen. His cameo role added star power to the film.

63. Bhoothnath (2008)

In this supernatural comedy-drama directed by Vivek Sharma, Shah Rukh Khan made a special appearance as Aditya Sharma. The film was well-received by the audience.

64. Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi (2008)

Directed by Aditya Chopra, this romantic comedy starred Shah Rukh Khan as Surinder Sahni, a simple and introverted man who transforms himself to win his wife’s heart. The film was a commercial success and showcased SRK’s versatility as an actor.

65. Luck by Chance (2009)

Shah Rukh Khan made a special appearance in this drama film directed by Zoya Akhtar. His cameo as a superstar added star power to the movie.

66. Billu (2009)

In this comedy-drama directed by Priyadarshan, Shah Rukh Khan made a special appearance as Sahir Khan, a famous actor. The film’s heartwarming narrative and SRK’s presence were appreciated.

67. Dulha Mil Gaya (2010)

Shah Rukh Khan had a special appearance in this romantic comedy directed by Mudassar Aziz. His cameo added star power to the film.

68. My Name Is Khan (2010)

In this drama film directed by Karan Johar, Shah Rukh Khan portrayed the character of Rizwan Khan, a man with Asperger’s syndrome. The film received critical acclaim and SRK’s performance was highly praised.

69. Always Kabhi Kabhi (2011)

Shah Rukh Khan produced this coming-of-age film directed by Roshan Abbas. The film featured fresh faces and dealt with the complexities of teenage life.

70. Ra.One (2011)

Directed by Anubhav Sinha, this science fiction superhero film starred Shah Rukh Khan as G.One and Shekhar Subramanium. The film was a high-budget venture and showcased cutting-edge visual effects.

71. Don 2 (2011)

In this action thriller and sequel to “Don,” Shah Rukh Khan reprised his role as the charismatic criminal mastermind Don. The film was appreciated for its thrilling plot and SRK’s performance.

72. Student of the Year (2012)

Shah Rukh Khan produced this romantic comedy directed by Karan Johar. He also made a guest appearance as a dean in the film.

73. Jab Tak Hai Jaan (2012)

In this romantic drama directed by Yash Chopra, Shah Rukh Khan essayed the role of Samar Anand, a bomb disposal expert. The film also starred Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma. It marked the final directorial venture of Yash Chopra, who passed away shortly before its release.

74. Chennai Express (2013)

Directed by Rohit Shetty, this action-comedy featured Shah Rukh Khan as Rahul Mithaiwala, who embarks on a rollercoaster journey from Mumbai to Rameswaram. The film was a commercial success and became one of the highest-grossing Bollywood films of all time.

75. Bhoothnath Returns (2014)

In this supernatural comedy-drama directed by Nitesh Tiwari, Shah Rukh Khan made a special appearance as Bhoothnath. His cameo role added excitement to the film’s narrative.

76. Happy New Year (2014)

Directed by Farah Khan, this heist comedy saw Shah Rukh Khan as Charlie, a master thief assembling a team to pull off a grand heist. The film featured an ensemble cast and was a box-office success.

77. Dilwale (2015)

In this romantic action-comedy directed by Rohit Shetty, Shah Rukh Khan starred as Raj Randhir Bakshi. The film reunited him with Kajol onscreen and was appreciated for their chemistry and entertaining sequences.

78. Fan (2016)

Directed by Maneesh Sharma, “Fan” showcased Shah Rukh Khan in a double role, playing both the superstar Aryan Khanna and his obsessed fan Gaurav Chandna. The film received critical acclaim for its unique storyline and SRK’s extraordinary performance.

79. Dear Zindagi (2016)

Shah Rukh Khan made a special appearance as Dr. Jehangir “Jug” Khan in this coming-of-age drama directed by Gauri Shinde. His role as a therapist provided crucial guidance to the protagonist played by Alia Bhatt.

80. Raees (2017)

In this crime drama directed by Rahul Dholakia, Shah Rukh Khan portrayed the role of Raees Alam, a bootlegger operating in Gujarat during the 1980s. The film was a commercial success and SRK’s performance received praise.

81. Tubelight (2017)

Shah Rukh Khan made a special appearance as Magician Goga Pasha in this historical war drama directed by Kabir Khan. His cameo role added star power to the movie.

82. Jab Harry Met Sejal (2017)

In this romantic drama directed by Imtiaz Ali, Shah Rukh Khan played the role of Harinder “Harry” Singh Nehra, a tour guide. The film explored themes of love and self-discovery but received mixed reviews.

83. Zero (2018)

Directed by Aanand L. Rai, this romantic drama featured Shah Rukh Khan as Bauua Singh, a vertically challenged man seeking love and purpose. The film also starred Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif. Although it received mixed reviews, SRK’s performance was appreciated.

84. Bob Biswas (Upcoming – 2022)

Shah Rukh Khan will be producing this crime thriller under his banner Red Chillies Entertainment. The film is a spin-off of the character Bob Biswas from the movie “Kahaani.”

85. Pathan (Upcoming – 2023)

Directed by Siddharth Anand, “Pathan” stars Shah Rukh Khan as the titular character, a suave and skilled spy. The film is highly anticipated and marks SRK’s return to the big screen after a brief hiatus.

86. Atlee’s Untitled Project (Upcoming – 2023)

Shah Rukh Khan has collaborated with director Atlee Kumar for an exciting upcoming project. The film’s title and plot details are yet to be revealed, but the pairing of the superstar and the talented director has already generated immense anticipation among fans and movie enthusiasts.

87. Rajkumar Hirani’s Untitled Project (Upcoming – 2023)

Another highly anticipated film on Shah Rukh Khan’s list is his collaboration with the acclaimed director Rajkumar Hirani. The project is still under wraps, but the combination of SRK’s acting prowess and Hirani’s storytelling skills has set high expectations for this venture.

88. Sanki (Upcoming – 2023)

In this action-packed thriller directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, Shah Rukh Khan will be seen in a power-packed role. The film promises intense action sequences and a gripping storyline, making it one of the most awaited releases of 2023.

89. Rakesh Sharma Biopic (Upcoming – 2023)

Shah Rukh Khan is set to essay the role of Rakesh Sharma, the first Indian astronaut to travel to space, in this biographical drama. The film will showcase Sharma’s incredible journey and achievements, making it a unique and inspiring project.

90. Dhoom 4 (Upcoming – 2023)

Shah Rukh Khan’s fans are eagerly looking forward to his portrayal of the antagonist in the fourth installment of the action-packed “Dhoom” franchise. With adrenaline-pumping bike chases and high-stakes heists, “Dhoom 4” promises to be a thrilling ride for the audience.

Conclusion

Shah Rukh Khan’s journey in Bollywood is nothing short of remarkable. From his debut in the early ’90s to becoming the heartthrob of millions, he has left an indelible mark on the industry. With a diverse filmography and an impressive lineup of upcoming projects, the King of Bollywood continues to reign over the hearts of his fans worldwide.