Shah Rukh Khan has been the king of millions of hearts all over the world because of his evergreen charm and charisma. The man has faced many struggles, beginning as an outsider in the film industry, but through his sheer determination and grit, he has only seen his way up since. He is the ideal man who managed to bring the romantic expectations of people to extreme heights because of his bewitching gestures. Shah Rukh Khan is known for being the king of expressions but in addition to that, he is a huge trendsetter.
Shah Rukh Khan, the king of Bollywood, gets better looking as he ages, as seen by his most recent appearance on the Pathan set (showing off his six-pack abs). The actor made his Bollywood debut with Deewana, which was released on June 26, 1992, and the following, as they say, is history. The actor recently celebrated 30 years in the movie business. For the past 30 years, he has been every woman’s, ideal man. The 56-year-old is the king of expressiveness and romanticism, and over the years, he has been a major trendsetter.
The actor hasn’t just mesmerized us with his commanding on-screen presence over the years but also made us swoon with his endearing off-screen attitude. Shahrukh is renowned for his traditional fashion choices and his wardrobe is a mix of clothing both simple and classy. But when it comes to his on-screen appearances, there have been some really good choices in terms of attire. As a result, to commemorate the actor, here are some of his most fashionable looks throughout his career.
- Raj Aryan Malhotra and draped sweaters
Remember when SRK threw his sweaters over his shoulders *continuously* as Raj in Mohabbatein? Yes, the entire appearance is back. The people are currently shrugging off their sweatshirts. Those pastel turtlenecks and sweaters have had a greater influence on the Indian male fashion consciousness than any magazine cover. His fashion game is on point with the fit, cut, utility, and just the proper amount of whimsicality.
- Rahul Raichand in see-through shirts
He may be a touch excessive in this instance but do you remember what the 2000s were all about? Plus, even though it was all a touch blingy, the whole outfit was put together rather effectively while considering the Indian fashion backdrop in mind. The character was absolutely lovely and with an amazing persona, his outfits were even better. The aesthetic of the song ‘Suraj Hua Maddham’ became much better thanks to the fashion choices.
- Aman Mathur in cargo pants
He wore red cargo pants as Aman Mathur in the movie ‘Kal Ho Na Ho’ and made his own fashion statement with these. Our favorite celebrities and influencers are now wearing these everywhere, which is great to see. While the fashion choices of the 2000s were necessarily not always the best, the king of Bollywood was at his best even in that era.
- Rahul Raichand with the ‘prince charming’ haircut
The actor has worked in many Yash Raj movies with other famous actors but he surely stole the show with this one. Not only are the clothes far more wearable here but they look great as well. Any layering, including the use of blazers and leather jackets, is expertly done, and one can readily glean fashion-forward ideas from them. However, one thing which captured the attention of all was the hairstyles donned by Shah Rukh Khan. The ‘prince charming’ haircut as it is called, inspired countless men to let their waves flow.
- Veer Pratap Singh in a jacket and a chain necklace
In addition to the infamous denim jacket, Shah Rukh Khan as Veer Pratap Singh from ‘Veer-Zaara’ also went ahead to pair jackets over T-shirts while accessorizing it with a bold chain necklace, making the entire outfit look really stylish. Zara was not the only woman who had her heart stolen by the man here. And suddenly, everywhere we look, influencers are sporting chains and coats piled over T-shirts and sweatshirts! Coincidence? We don’t think so.
- Ram Prasad Sharma wearing a sweater vest
Ram Prasad Sharma was a brave, obedient man serving the army who just got assigned a case where he had to dress up as a college student in order to protect a general’s daughter. Needless to say, he understood the assignment right. In this iconic movie, Shah Rukh Khan donned this recognizable sweater vest which is something that all the 2000s kids would remember for sure.
And now, if you’ve been paying attention, these sweater vests—which, mind you, were formerly considered nerdy and uncool enough to wear—are all over Instagram. We wholeheartedly support them since they’re cool now!
- Rahul and his all-black outfit
Even today, we still long to dress in ultra-casual, all-black suits and overcoats. This outfit is proof that fashion never goes out of vogue. Some people might prefer it more without that tie but the remainder is completely ‘high street.’ What comfort, too!
- Raees and his traditional attire
An all-black, flowing combo of Kurta and Patiala bottoms with bold headgear should appear just like this. Those sunglasses and everything else about the design, are ideal for a desert setting but there’s no reason why guys wouldn’t want to wear something nearly identical to a wedding or engagement outfit.
- Don in these black sunglasses
These sunglasses, which Shah Rukh Khan wore in Don, were quite popular in the 2000s. Nevertheless, they were as iconic as an accessory could be.
From Raj in DDLJ to the ultimate ‘Don,’ the actor has left behind an enduring legacy and, in the process, helped establish many design trends. His characters in movies have been extremely well-dressed, which has been inspiring people for years! Plus, anytime he dresses for himself, he exudes such elegance that even after all these years and all these dazzling newcomers, his flair remains unrivaled. As a result, making a fashion analysis on his style game is difficult because he simply understands how to make everything work.