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SRK, only Indian in ’50 Greatest actors of all time’ list!

Shahrukh Khan is undoubtedly, Bollywood’s biggest Pathan and boasts of a global fandom.

People from different walks of life, all over the world love him, respect him, and treasure him.

Starting off from humble origins, he has made his mark in one of the biggest film industries without the backing of a godfather.

No wonder, his appeal transcends India.

Now one of the world’s biggest leading magazines, Empire has unveiled a list of the 50 greatest actors of all time.

And it’s no surprise that Shah Rukh Khan features in the list.

In fact, he is the only Indian to make it to this elite club.

Other actors in the list include Denzel Washington, Tom Cruise, Florence Pugh, and Tom Hanks, among others.

Shah Rukh Khan is geared up to smash all the box office records in India with three mega releases coming up soon.

SRK will be seen in al all-out action avatar in Pathaan which is making waves for its music.

Directed by Siddharth Anand, the spy thriller also stars Deepika Padukone and John Abraham. It is slated to release on 25th January, 2023.

He is also collaborating with South director Atlee for Jawan also starring Nayanthara.

Moreover, for the first time, Shah Rukh will team up with Rajkumar Hirai for Dunki which also stars Taapsee Pannu.

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