5 times Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan created magic on-screen
Rakesh Roshan's action drama, 'Karan Arjun' was one unique film of the 90's era. Breaking the barrier of romantic flicks, this film was based on the theme of reincarnation. This movie was the one which celebrated the dhamakedar duo's bromance on-screen. How these brothers stand by each other post their second birth was the underlying theme of the movie.
2/5Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
Karan Johar's 'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai' is still fresh in our minds and so is the amazing screen space of Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan. Unlike most of the film where SRK had a special appearance, this romantic drama saw Salman in a small role. The actor played the role of Anjali's (Kajol) to-be-groom. Anjali was Rahul's (Shah Rukh Khan) best-friend in the film.
3/5Hum Tumhare Hai Sanam
This movie was a treat to Salman and Shah Rukh fan as it celebrated their friendship. How this duo get back together after a small misunderstanding created due to Gopal (SRK), was one thing to watch out for in this film.
4/5Har Dil Jo Pyaar Karega
'Har Dil Jo Pyaar Karega' was a romantic drama which released in the year 2000. The 90's was an era popular for romance but this film carry forwarded the same legacy in next decade. The movie featured Salman Khan, Rani Mujerji and Preity Zinta in pivotal roles. Though the trio gave a hard hitting performance, it couldn't match up to the level of Salman and Shah Rukh's bromance on-screen. Shah Rukh Khan left an impact with a small cameo at the ending of the film. And that is exactly what made everyone happier- watching the dynamic duo Salman-SRK singing the 1964 rendition of ‘Har dil jo pyaar karega’.
Though Salman Khan's adaption of the American film 'Little Boy' proved to be box-office dud, what mattered to the audiences was Salman- SRK's reunion on-screen after a decade. 'Tubelight' saw Shah Rukh Khan in a special appearance wherein he played the role of a magician. Even with his small stint, the actor essayed an important part who helps Laxman (Salman) gain confidence.