Malaika, Eesha and Shraddha at IIJW 2011

International Jewellery Week 2011 has successfully completed four glamorous and glittering days with several Bollywood beauties grace the ramp with their style and poise. On the fourth day of the event, Malaika Arora, Shraddha Kapoor and Eesha Koppikar set the ramp afire with their sensuous looks. While Malaika and Eesha went for red, Shraddha walked in pristine white and orange creation, designed by Manish Malhotra.
Malaika Arora was the showstopper for Bridhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers and was attired in a red off-shoulder gown accessorized with a kundan necklace with ruby floral centre along with matching cuffs and earrings.
Opting for a traditional look in orange and white, Shraddha matched her outfit with a dazzling diamond choker and rows of precious stones clasped with diamond and ruby pendants on either side. Eesha Koppikar opted for a bridal look.
Check out the gorgeous ladies on ramp for IIJW…….

Kareena and Priyanka to come together for SRK

SRK has once again managed to do something which only he can do. Yes, he is bringing together arch rivals Kareena Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra on stage to perform with him at an Eid event in Dubai. Together would be music maestros Hariharan and Shankar Mahadevan. This five day long event in Dubai will have everything for entertainment right from adventure sports, shopping to leisure activities.
Priyanka Chopra and Kareena Kapoor are known for their ugly spats and catfights. In fact, the two actresses never share formal greetings with each other at award functions or other events. However, they have agreed to come together this time as both of them are awaiting the release of their mega projects- Kareena Kapoor in Ra.One and Priyanka Chopra in Don 2.
Further, when it comes to King Khan, not many can dare to refuse him!!

SHAH RUKH KHAN (iamsrk) on Twitter

See the left widget for Bollywood actor Shahrukh Khan's first clumsy steps into in his new virtual home, that is, his new Twitter home page: @iamsrk, created at 2:38am on January 3.
King Khan may be one of the most powerful actors in Indian cinema, but the 44 year-old had to be convinced by his friend, the media savvy film producer Karan Johar, to enter the Twitterverse. Nevertheless his awkward first foray into the virtual world has endeared him to thousands of fans immediately.

“It is really a very satisfying way of communicating with the world outside your immediate circle. I’ve been persuading all my friends to get on Twitter. Shahrukh finally relented. Within 24 hours he had 10,000 followers,” Johar told Times of India. And he confirmed on his Twitter page @Kjohar25, "for all those asking....yes!!! it is shahrukh on twitterverse...@iamsrk."
Other Bollywood celebrities active on Twitter are Gul Panag, Priyanka Chopra, Imran Khan and Abhishek Bachchan of which Gul Panag is the only one not chirping maxims about smiling and making the world a better place. Which is also why she made it to our 2009 Mumbai Hot List: 20 people to watch.

Shahrukh Khan House

Are you among the King Khan’s millions of fans who are dying to take a look at the esteemed Shahrukh Khan house? This photo-guide will be your eyes and ear into the house and lifestyle of the man who is arguably the world’s most popular celebrity.


Karisma Kapoor is back and how!!

Much of Karisma Kapoor’s success can be attributed to her spicy numbers like ‘Sarkai Lo Khatiya’, ‘Sexy Sexy’, and many others. Now, the lost in the dark item girl of tinsel town is back in the limelight once again and how. Not only is elder Kapoor sister doing a full length role in Vikram Bhatt’s 3D horror flick ‘Dangerous Ishq’, the girl is going all glam once again with a cameo ‘item’ entry in multi-starrer ‘Housefull 2’.
Well, Karisma was not the first choice for this item number and Sajid Nadiawala had first made the offer to the Bong beauty Rani Mukherjee. When Rani refused to do it, he offered it to Karisma with whom he has already worked in films like ‘Jeet’ and ‘Judwaa’.
As for us, we can’t just wait to see the sexy lady groove on-screen once again!!

Check out Sanjay Dutt’s killer looks in ‘Ra.One’

If you thought that Shah Rukh Khan marks the epitome of style in his tight fitting blue superhero suit in ‘Ra.One’, just wait till you check out Sanjay Dutt in designer sunglasses flaunting his muscles and tattoos for the same.
Our space had informed you that Sanjay Dutt and Priyanka Chopra have done a cameo in the film and with his look for the flick revealed on the net, filmi pundits can’t stop raving about his stylish and killer looks.
Directed by Anubhav Sinha, the film stars Shahrukh Khan, Kareena Kapoor and Arjun Rampal and will be produced under Khan’s production company, Red Chillies Entertainment. Ra.One stands for Random Access - Version 1.0. The film was scheduled to be released on 3 June 2011, but has been pushed further due to extensive post production work.

Shahrukh Khan Full Biography

Date of Birth
2 November 1965, New Delhi, India

King Khan
The Badshah of Bollywood
The Tom Cruise of India
The King Of Romance
The King of Bollywood

5' 8" (1.73 m)

Mini Biography

Shahrukh Khan was born on 2nd November 1965. He was brought up in Delhi. He has a sister named Shehnaaz, Wife Gauri Khan, And a dog Named Chewbacca. Shah Rukh Khan has won several awards for his outstanding performance in Darr (1993), Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995), Dil To Pagal Hai (1997), and Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (1998). Right now he is the top most actor in the India. His recent hit Baadshah (1999) has also earned many praises. His latest hits are Chak De India! (2007), and Om Shanti Om (2007).
Gauri Khan     (25 October 1991 - present) 2 children

Trade Mark

His Dimples

His Smile


Studied in St. Columba's school, New Delhi, where he was awarded the 'Sword of Honor', essentially the award for best student.

Although his birth name is spelled Shahrukh, he prefers and signs his name as Shah Rukh.

Hindi megastar

Number one Indian star actor in the 1990s, but is now (2000) seriously challenged by the new wonder boy Hrithik Roshan who has become the number one phenomenon in India at the start of the new millenium.

Father of Aryan Khan and Suhana Khan.

2 children with Gauri, Aryan and Suhana

He agreed to star in Aditya Chopra's films without looking at the script first.

One of the four Khans that ruled Bollywood in the 1990s till now (2000's). The other three are Salman Khan, Saif Ali Khan and Aamir Khan.

Formed a popular screen couple with Kajol and Juhi Chawla.

Runs a production company "Dreamz Unlimited" with actress, friend, co-star Juhi Chawla and director, friend Aziz Mirza.

Named one of Time Magazine's 20 Asian Heroes under 40 (2004)

His son, Aryan Khan, portrayed SRK as an infant in Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... (2001).

Son, Aryan Khan, voice of Tez Lajawaab (Dash), character for Hindi dubbed version of Disney's animated film, The Incredibles (Hum Hain Lajawaab).

Shah Rukh and his wife, Gauri Khan, own the production company "Red Chilies Entertainments", which Shah Rukh started for friend and colleague, director/choreographer Farah Khan, for her debut directorial film - Main Hoon Na (2004).

Purchased a villa on a man made island on the coast of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.

#74 on E!'s 101 Hottest Celebrity Bodies Countdown (aired January 2006)

Was not very good at Hindi in school, until his mother promised to take him to the cinema if he passed. As he loved films,he got top marks from then on.

His father ran a transport company and his mother was a magistrate.

Gets along very well with former co-stars Juhi Chawla and Preity Zinta.

Loves computer games, video games and hi-tech gadgets.

His first name "Shahrukh" means "face of the king".

Resides in a mansion called Mannat in Mumbai, India.

Being a Muslim man married to a Hindu woman, he and his wife combine both religious backgrounds into their children's education.

His parents died before he entered movies. Shahrukh considers it a big regret that they couldn't see what their son was to become.

Has a mannequin of himself in Madam Tussaud's Museum in England. Along with Amitabh Bachchan , Salman Khan and Aishwarya Rai.

He has a dog called Chewbacca.

He has an elder sister named Shehnaz Lalarukh.

Father is Meer Mohammad Taj Khan, mother is Lateef Fatima Khan.

Fond of BMW cars and owns a number of them including the latest models.

His favorite drink is Pepsi Cola.

Best friends with Sanjay Dutt, Aamir Khan, Vivek Vaswani, Saif Ali Khan, Arbaaz Khan, Hrithik Roshan and his wife Sussane Khan Roshan, Vivek Oberoi, Juhi Chawla and her husband Jai Metha, Rani Mukherjee, Karan Johar, Sajid Khan, Jackie Shroff, Anil Kapoor, Farah Khan, Kajol, Malaika Arora , Chunky Pandey and his wife and Mushtaq Sheikh.

Younger brother of Shehnaz Lalarukh.

Suffers from back, knee and neck problems.

Firmly insists and had promised himself that he would never kiss on the lips of any of his female co-stars after he had done the movie Maya Memsaab.

Launched Deepika Padukone's career in Bollywood.

His Father Meer Mohammed Taj Khan died of Cancer in 1981 and his Mother Lateef Fatima Khan died of complications in Diabetes in 1991.

He has been awarded the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (Order of the Arts and Literature) award by the French government for his Exceptional Career.

Launched his perfume "SK" with the French perfumers and Jeannes Arthes.

The reason why Khan took up Mass Communications (film making) is because he loved Television commercials.

Had Graduated from Hansraj College, Delhi University and followed it up with a Masters Degree in Mass Communications (Film making) from Jamiya Milia Islamiya University, in New Delhi, but after a year Shah Rukh opted out as he had to make his acting career in Bollywood.

He had captained all teams in football, cricket and hockey and even played cricket at Zone and National level.

At school he was an ace in Hindi, Electronics and Biology but wasn't good at all in Mathematics.

His debut film was Dil Aashna Hai but due to the delay in the release of the film Deewana was considered as his debut film.

His acting career in Bollywood was launched by his friend Vivek Vaswani and Hema Malini.

Is very scared of riding horses.

Was not at all interested to act in Bollywood films but then he had decided to act in films to secure his families future and earn a lot of money.

Knew Manoj Bajpai as they both studied acting in the same theatre group with Barry John.

For a short span of time Shahrukh ran a restaurant in Dariya Ganj in New Delhi, India.

SRK joined Barry John's theatre group in New Delhi and learned acting from him, Barry John also taught acting to Manoj Bajpai in his theatre group.

Owns three Production Houses in India, Dreamz Unlimited, Red Chillies Entertainment and Red Chillies Idiot Box. Red Chillies Idiot Box Production house will start producing Television Serials in India.

Has started producing Television Serials in India.

Turned down the Quiz Master's (Prem Kapoor) role in Slumdog Millionaire and the role went to Anil Kapoor.

Owns a VFX company, Red Chillies VFX.

Personal Quotes

(December 2001, about Hrithik Roshan): I wish I looked as good as he does. And I wish I danced as well as he does!

Yes, I do have a close circle of friends and I am very fortunate to have them as friends. I feel very close to them I think friends are everything in life after your family. You come across lots of people all the time but you only make very few friends and you have to be true to them otherwise what's the point in life?

I'd rather sink trying to be different, than stay afloat like everyone else

I cannot repay my fans for what they have done for me, they have given me so much love and that love has taken me to the number 1 position where I am today, the only thing I can do for my fans is to never stop working, and to do films till the very end, it is the only way I can express my love for them.

To me, Devdas is the end of love stories. I've portrayed an obsessed lover, a nice lover, an angry lover, a romantic lover. And now I've played Devdas. For someone who doesn't even like love stories, I've played an awful lot of lovers. Personally speaking, I wouldn't see any of the romantic films I've acted in.

I'm the luckiest man in the world and I don't want to hide from the faces I'm acting for. So I don't surround myself with guards, I've never given an interview in which I've said I feel bad that I can't go shopping or I can't go to Chowpatty and eat bhelpuri without being mobbed. I'm not the kind of guy who goes out wearing dark glasses (I don't think I'm a big enough star to hide behind them, honest). I go to see movies in the cinema theatres, I go to restaurants with my family and friends even though I know people are going to disturb me there.

God has become a generic term like `mind blowing.' It is embarrassing. I would have said that to Amitabh Bachchan, Naseeruddin Shah, Nana Patekar. I used to tell them I want to stand in the same space as you. I've told Kamal Haasan, I just want to touch you. They are the gods of acting. When people call me God, I say, no, I'm still an angel or saint of acting. I still have a long way to go.

(August 2004): Awards that ignore me are losers.

(August 2004): I'm try-sexual. I try anything that's sexual.

(August 2004): I have no competition. Every year the names I'm pitted against keep changing. You can't cream the competition, you have to kill it.

I keep hearing that our films are escapist and unreal but I find our films the most real in the world. We don't have people going up in a rocket and single-handedly blowing up a meteor. We don't have a president on Air Force One saving the world or things coming out of people's stomachs. Our fantasies and escapism are real. It's just people singing and dancing in the street. If England had won the World Cup you would have seen people singing and dancing like that.

I don't like wearing dark glasses. I'm happy with the fact that people know me. I want people to scream and shout at me, I want people to trouble me when I'm having lunch, I like six bodyguards around me. I love being a star. I find it very strange when people who are famous say they don't want to be photographed. I don't want to be photographed first thing in the morning, I don't want people peeping into my bedroom, but besides that, it's a wonderful life.

"I haven't given up smoking. I'm very clear about it, it's a personal choice. I want to cut down on it. It shouldn't be made into an issue to say, damn good or damn bad. Whether I give it up or not shouldn't be an issue." (Movie Mag, May 2006)

"I was supposed to have done Rang De Basanti (2006), the guy on the motorbike. I didn't have the dates. They were shooting in Delhi and the dates were clashing with Paheli." (Movie Mag, May 2006)

"It's not like Steven Spielberg is waiting with a script for me. I don't think I'll ever be offered a great international film in my lifetime, so I'd rather be a king here. Moreover, Indian cinema is the greatest in the world. But of course, after spending three months in LA, London, and New York I found that our cinema is a little exaggerated. To make a mark in the West we have to reach their level without losing our identity, culture or songs. I don't want to star in a Hollywood film, but want to make a film that crosses over universally." (Movie Mag, May 2006)

On trying to get Paheli (2005) an Oscar nomination: "There's a misreport here about our lobbying at the Oscars. The understanding that we have of the Oscars is very different from how it really is. Because Indian film, foreign films are not known, you're supposed to hire a PR company which we did. It's not as if you just go there, show your films, lobby and talk to them. You're not allowed to lobby as in you're not allowed to meet the Academy members, talk to them or even make a call to them. You just keep advertising in the 'For Consideration For Oscars' category. We took out full page ads in papers like Variety and Hollywood Reporter. The only good thing we did was that we advertised very frequently, it was promoted on the same scale as the biggest of films. We did it because we could afford it." (Movie Mag, May 2006)

"I felt Ashoka the Great (2001) should have been chosen for the Oscars. We had worked towards that. We had these international distributors for it. We were the first to actually release an Indian film internationally in traditionally non-Indian theaters. We spent a lot of money and lost a lot of money too. We were the first to put up boardings in London, in tube stations. We did speak to everyone who was anyone here, wondering if Asoka could go to the Oscars. But the one that got chosen was Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India (2001) which was even better. So we had no complaints. After that I didn't make any film for the foreign market." (Movie Mag, May 2006)

You must respect your seniors, bu never get intimidated by them. Winning should be a habit, not an option. The four Hs are important when you play to win --- honesty, humor, hard work and a bit of haraamipan.

I don't look at the figures that my movies make. The only figures I look at are girl's figures. (When asked to comment on what he felt about the figures his movies gross.)

Whenever I fail as a father or husband... a toy and a diamond always works.

If I talk to a girl, it's assumed that I'm having a scene with her. If I don't, then it's assumed that I'm gay.

I don't kiss on screen. Period.

There are only two Khans. Ghenghis Khan and Shahrukh Khan

Sex is not required to sell my film. My name is enough.

You never win the silver, you only lose the gold.

I am very shy. If I am flying British Airways and the air hostess asks me two questions, and I don't understand her accent - I will go hungry for the entire flight.

The dream I chased, took me on a journey. A journey more rewarding then the goals, the achievements. When I look back it's like facing a million mirrors. Each reflection opens a window. A window to the world I've just discovered. The world I want to share with all of you.

If I am a role model, I must be the worst one in the world.

I've never had a girl make a pass at me.

Togetherness, passion, laughter, faith, trust and jealousy are the essential ingredients of love.

The collar-bone is my favorite part of the human body.

If asking me whether sleeping with X or Y gives the media pleasure, then so be it. It's a small price to pay.

Where Are They Now

(September 2004) He is doing a world wide concert with Preity Zinta, Saif Ali Khan, Rani Mukherjee, Arjun Rampal, and Priyanka Chopra.

(June 2009) Shooting for My Name is Khan in San Fransisco.

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