Shah Rukh Khan has been the main lead in Bollywood movies for more than three decades. He’s still going strong. Shah Rukh Khan has danced with the best in Bollywood . Some of his dance performances are the best that money could buy. SRK has tantalised the crowd for a full two and a half hours.
Here’s a super list of the top dance performances by Shah Rukh Khan:
Fan didn’t do that well at the box office, but one look at the movie and you can see that SRK put his heart and soul in the movie, like he did in Om Shanti Om. Of course, the bitterness of being a reigning superstar for three decades came out somewhere, but not in Jabra, where SRK paid an ode to the concept of being himself. The song has him perform some enthusiastic dance steps, and he does that with elan – a manner only Shah Rukh Khan can.
Gerua was the song that reignited interest in romantic songs for Bollywood. After all, the song would feature the first couple of Bollywood love, Shahrukh Khan and Kajol. Gerua has a emotional backdrop, had the right PR and made it possible for Dilwale to have the correct kind of buzz upon release. Gerua was also a landmark when it came to art direction of a song, one of the first times when the props and location of a song became buzzworthy for a week or so.
More Top Shah Rukh Khan Songs
- Badshah Oh Badshah
Badshah is one of the earlier movies that pitted up Shah Rukh Khan as a detective. It’s one of the lighter-vein movies for SRK. which also stars Amrish Puri, Rakhee Gulzar, Twinkle Khanna and others. The song is a frothy and fun one, and shows of Shah Rukh Khan in a comic avatar – something that he does best in Bollywood.
- Apun Bola
Apun Bola is another Shah Rukh gem that we have forgotten because of time. The song was in Josh, a movie that didn’t do well at the box office. It had Shah Rukh Khan and Aishwarya as brother and sister, and Chandrachud Singh played Aishwarya’s Love interest. Maybe it was this weird casting that didn’t go well with the audience. Be that as it may, we do have Apun Bola.
- Chaiya Chaiya
And one of the first times when the male protagonist was in the news for his performance in a dance, Chaiya Chaiya was a landmark song for Bollywood. It changed the way audiences looked at the male protagonist dancing in the movies. Everything about the song was unique. It was set on a running train, difficult. It had a bevy of dancers and Malaika Arora, then an unknown quantity and quality. But it worked well for all of them and we haev a classic on our hands.