Shah Rukh Khan’s hair is a subject we can talk about for hours. And him asking the internet for best hairstyle advice is just what we’ve been waiting for.
The King of Bollywood, as fans fondly like to call him, Shah Rukh Khan recently asked the people of the internet if he should cut his hair. In this selfie, SRK has his trademark hair strewn across his forehead.
He shared a picture on his twitter and asked, “Should I just let the hair grow for another few months??!”
Should I just let the hair grow for another few months??! pic.twitter.com/4udXMXZXtJ— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) March 11, 2019
Well, sure, Shah Rukh, but what this is what we now think about your hair.
Shah Rukh Khan’s hair has always been a large part of his personality. Ever since he made an advent in Bollywood, his hair has been a proper conversation starter. For the longest time, his hair was a part of his character.
Remember his floppy hair in Deewana? In Deewana he played an obsessed young man and his giant floppy hair was just as out of control as he was.
Then there was Darr and Anjaam, where he played similar roles but by this time Shah Rukh’s hair had been a trademark.
In Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge, Shah Rukh’s hair made another statement. The lovable, naughty hero with wet hair that he shakes on the football field shows just how devil-may-care he is.
But when he shakes his head and his hair flops while he’s fighting the bad guys, that just shows you how committed he is to the girl.
In Duplicate, Shah Rukh Khan played an evil and a good twin. As Babloo Chaudhary the hair was straightened. As the evil twin, Manu, the hair was slicked back in a gel. In Devdas, the hair was carefully tousled. In Happy New Year there was that mad blond streak. In Raees, his hair was as properly set as his storyline. In Jab Harry Met Sejal, even the gorgeous light brown dye couldn’t make the film fly. Now his hair is long enough to sport a small and sprightly ponytail. Is this preparation for a film or a whim? We don’t know that yet but we do know that his hair is something we’ve loved just as much as we’ve loved Shah Rukh Khan over the years.
So, yes, Shah Rukh. Please don’t cut your hair. They’re amazing and we hope to see more of them forever more!