6. Shah Rukh Khan
No Bollywood list is complete if it doesn’t have the name of King Khan. From a serious lover to the intense and dark villain, he has done it all. Like most B’wood heroes at the beginning of their career, he started off as a love-struck dude-in-distress in films like Deewana (1992), DDLJ (1995), Dil To Pagal Hai (1997), Mohabbatein (2000) and so many more – thoroughly loved by girls and critics. It really was whole another way of showing screen love. Then, he jumped to a way higher rung with his portrayal of an excruciating alcoholic in Devdas (2002), a fallen from grace coach in Chak De! India (2007), and then an autistic person in My Name Is Khan (2010). We’ll huff really bad if we point out all the brilliant acting nuances in these. He also knows how to keep things light with comedies like Chennai Express (2013), Happy New Year (2014), and Dilwale (2015). A recipient of Padma Shri and 14 Filmfare awards, the industry has witnessed nothing but rise and rise of Shah Rukh Khan. The year 2018 will end with a bang with his film Zero. And, we’re already anticipating a huge, huge hit.