Crazy facts about Shah Rukh Khan only 1 out of 100 people would know, catch details

When it comes to the name “Khan”, three names come to our mind. They are none other than Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan and Aamir Khan. Notably, they are successful actors and have time and again delivered hit films. Notably, they have a massive fan base across the world.

In fact, all these three actors are unrelated. However, they happen to share the same surname. Surprisingly, all three of them were born in 1965. It is due to their longevity and popularity that they are considered the most successful actors in the history of Indian cinema.

Shah Rukh Khan, famously known as SRK, is a recognised Indian actor, and film producer. He is also referred to as the “Baadshah of Bollywood”, “King of Bollywood” and “King Khan”. He has acted in as many as 80 Hindi films in his career. He earned several honours to his name including 14 Filmfare Awards.

Crazy facts about Shah Rukh Khan only 1 out of 100 people would know, catch details

In this article, we will look at the crazy facts about Shah Rukh Khan.

The Badshah of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan has more than 1500 pairs of jeans in his wardrobe. He loves being sporty and fashionable and doesn’t wear the same jeans at a party or an occasion.

SRK owns the land on the Moon.

He was featured on Burj Khalifa on his 55th birthday.

Talking about Shah Rukh Khan’s regular diet, the actor usually skips breakfast as he wakes up late in the morning. But when he wakes up early in the morning, then he eats some egg whites, a glass of orange juice and a vitamin tablet.

Shah Rukh Khan recently arrived in New Delhi to promote a TV brand and opened up that he had TVs worth Rs. 30-40 lakh in his house. “I have one in the bedroom, I have one in the living room, I have another one in my little son AbRam’s room, I have one in Aryan’s room, I have one in my daughter’s room… Recently, some other redundant make of television got spoilt in the gym, I only wait for the days when the old televisions get busted so I can quickly go and buy an LG. The cost of each television is about a lakh, lakh-and-a-half. By that calculation, I’ve spent about Rs 30-40 lakh on televisions.”