An actor first entered Bollywood in 1992, bringing with him a boyish charm, unrivalled physical vitality that was unique from others, exaggerated but endearing motions, and a dream to be the best. After three decades, the guy is still in charge of Bollywood, has followers all over the world, and has properly attained the title of “King” or “Baadshah.” Of course, we’re referring to Shah Rukh Khan, who made his Bollywood debut 30 years ago with the movie Deewana.

Fans have rushed to social media to honour the actor’s career and journey after he finished three decades in the business and gave us many noteworthy flicks. SRK, a young man from Delhi, lost both of his parents before they could see his incredible accomplishment and development. On this day, Shah Rukh Khan’s admirers reflected on his path and once more emphasised to everyone why he is more than simply an actor; he is a goal and an inspiration.

“Without passion, nothing great ever happened in the world. @iamsrk I want to congratulate you, but I want to thank you even more for being who you are despite your success and for allowing me to share in your world—even if it’s only on a small cell phone screen. I love you, the fan wrote. “@iamsrk,” another fan tweeted. A straightforward man was pursuing his dream. He spent his entire life acting, winning our hearts, and spreading joy. Today, we show him how much we love him. This man used to say, “Nasrun Minallahi Wa Fathoun Kareeb.”

Fans also referred to him as Bollywood’s “undisputed king.”

Zero, which was released in 2018, was Shah Rukh Khan’s final motion picture to be seen in a theatre. The actor will finally make a comeback to the big screen with Pathaan, Dunki, and Jawan next year after a lengthy absence. He will work with Deepika Padukone once more in the movie Pathaan, which also stars John Abraham. While he will team up with Atlee in Jawan, SRK will work with Rajkumar Hirani for the first time on Dunki. Nayanthara also appears in the movie.