Shah Rukh Khan was initially named Abdul Rashid Khan by his grandmother, and the 'Rukh' in his name is separated as per the suggestion of his mother.
Before becoming an actor, he initially aspired to be a sportsman and excelled in both hockey and football.
While many people are aware that his first movie was 'Deewana' in 1992, few know that he actually signed four films on the same day.
Shah Rukh Khan holds a Bachelor's degree in Economics, which he earned from Hansraj College at Delhi University.
Before gaining fame in the film industry, Shah Rukh Khan hosted a popular television show called 'Fauji' in 1988.
Shah Rukh Khan's iconic pose with his arms spread wide was actually suggested to him by director Farah Khan during the filming of 'Deewana.'
Following an injury on the set of a film, Shah Rukh Khan had to undergo surgery for a torn muscle and also had an artificial lens implanted.
Shah Rukh Khan has openly admitted to having trypophobia, which is the fear of irregular patterns or clusters of small holes or bumps.
Shah Rukh Khan has lent his voice to several Bollywood songs, including 'Apun Bola' from the movie 'Josh.'
In 2019, Shah Rukh Khan received an honorary doctorate in Philanthropy from the University of Law, London, for his extensive philanthropic work.