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Shah Rukh Khan Tops ‘Most Popular Male Star’ List

Bollywood icon Shah Rukh Khan, fondly known as ‘King Khan,’ has once again proven his unparalleled popularity by securing the top spot on the ‘Most Popular Male Star’ list published by Ormax Media. 

The list features prominent male stars from the Indian film industry, where Shah Rukh Khan outshone Prabhas, Vijay, Akshay Kumar, and Salman Khan to claim the coveted position.

Top Male Stars:

  • Shah Rukh Khan claimed the first position, reaffirming his status as the most popular male star.
  • ‘Thalapathy’ Vijay and Prabhas secured second and third positions in the esteemed list, respectively.
  • Akshay Kumar, known for his recent film ‘Mission Raniganj,’ earned fourth, while Salman Khan stood fifth.
  • Ajith Kumar, Jr NTR, Allu Arjun, Suriya, and Mahesh Babu were also noteworthy stars.

Shah Rukh Khan’s Remarkable 2023:

  • 2023 marked a significant year for Shah Rukh Khan, with the actor making a triumphant comeback with the movies ‘Pathaan’ and ‘Jawan.’
  • ‘Jawan’ surpassed a remarkable total collection of Rs 1,100 crore globally, setting new box office records.
  • ‘Pathaan’ also garnered immense success, accumulating an impressive collection of over Rs 1,050 crore worldwide and making a substantial impact as one of the highest-grossing openers globally.

Upcoming Project ‘Dunki’:

  • Despite his substantial achievements, Shah Rukh Khan is not slowing down. He is set to star in ‘Dunki,’ directed by Rajkumar Hirani.
  • Contrary to previous speculations of a delay, the film is confirmed for release on December 22, 2023, generating high anticipation among fans and the industry.

Most Popular Female Star List:

  • Ormax Media also revealed the ‘Most Popular Female Star’ list, with Alia Bhatt claiming the top position.
  • Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Deepika Padukone secured the second and third places, respectively, showcasing the leading ladies of Bollywood.

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