About Shahrukh khan and Gauri khan
Shah Rukh Khan (born 2 November 1965), also known by the initialism SRK, is an Indian actor, film producer, and television personality who works in Hindi films. Referred to in the media as the “Baadshah of Bollywood” (in reference to his 1999 film Baadshah), “King of Bollywood” and “King Khan”, he has appeared in more than 80 films .Khan was born into a Muslim family in New Delhi.He spent the first five years of his life in Mangalore.As of 2015, Khan is co-chairman of the motion picture production company Red Chillies Entertainment and its subsidiaries and is the co-owner of the Indian Premier League cricket team Kolkata Knight Riders and the Caribbean Premier League team Trinbago Knight Riders.Khan attended St. Columba’s School in central Delhi where he excelled in his studies and in sports such as hockey and football,and received the school’s highest award, the Sword of Honour. Khan enrolled at Hansraj College (1985–88) to earn his bachelor’s degree in economics, but spent much of his time at Delhi’s Theatre Action Group (TAG),where he studied acting under the mentorship of theatre director Barry John.he began studying for a master’s degree in mass communication at Jamia Millia Islamia, but left to pursue his acting career.He also attended the National School of Drama in Delhi during his early career in Bollywood.
Gauri Khan (née Chhibber; born 8 October 1970) is an Indian film producer and designer who has designed spaces for high-profile individuals such as Mukesh Ambani, Roberto Cavalli and Ralph Lauren,She is the co-founder and co-chairperson of the film production company Red Chillies Entertainment and its subsidiaries.Gauri was born in Delhi to Punjabi Hindu Mohyal Brahmin parents Savita and Colonel Ramesh Chandra Chhibber who hail from Hoshiarpur.She was raised in the suburb of Panchsheel Park, Delhi.She did her schooling at the Loreto Convent School, Delhi, she completed twelfth from Modern School, Delhi; and graduated from Lady Shri Ram College with B.A. (Hons.). She also completed a six-month course in fashion design from the National Institute of Fashion Technology and learnt tailoring due to her father’s garment business.
Shahrukh khan and Gauri khan love story
Shah Rukh Khan laid eyes on Gauri Chhibber for the first time at a common friend’s party in 1984, when he was only 18 years old. Shah Rukh saw Gauri dancing with another boy, and due to his shyness, he could not ask her for a dance. When he finally gathered the courage to ask her, Gauri, who was not interested, turned him down by saying that she was waiting for her boyfriend. Shah Rukh’s dreams shattered at that very moment. But in reality, there was no ‘boyfriend’ and it was her brother, with whom she was attending the party. Shah Rukh had told in an interview, that later when he came to know about this, he called her and said:“Mujhe bhi apna bhai samjho.”.Gauri Chhibber soon fell for Shah Rukh’s wit, confidence and charm, and the two started seeing each other. It was at this moment when Shah Rukh Khan realised his love for Gauri Khan. Shah Rukh, who was very close to his mother, told her what happened. She not only told him to go after his love, but also gave him ten thousand rupees to help him out. Shah Rukh recalls that he and his friends searched the entire city, but had no luck in finding Gauri. It was only after a very frantic search that he found her at a beach. Shah Rukh and Gauri’s eyes met and they broke down crying while in each other’s arms. That moment Shah Rukh and Gauri realised that they both of them cannot live without each other and decided to get married.
Shahrukh khan and Gauri khan marriage
Shah Rukh and Gauri got married on October 25, 1991, in a Hindu marriage ceremony
Shahrukh khan and Gauri khan Childrens
They have a son Aryan Khan (born 1997) and a daughter Suhana Khan (born 2000). In 2013 they became parents of a third child, a son, named Abram Khan, who was born through a surrogate mother.Her husband is Muslim and they raised their children in the religious traditions of both Islam and Hinduism; at home the Qur’an is situated right next to the Hindu deities.