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Shah Rukh Khan Secures 27th Position Among the 100 Most Powerful Indians of 2024, Sole Actor in Top 30

Once again, the release of the List of 100 Most Powerful Indians of 2024 has underscored Shah Rukh Khan’s unparalleled influence, as he stands as the sole actor and film celebrity to rank within the top 30. Beyond his status as a star, Shah Rukh Khan has made an enduring impact on both the hearts of his audience and the box office. His remarkable 27th ranking on the list of the 100 most powerful Indians in 2024 is a testament to his long-standing influence and exceptional presence.

From his ascent as a Bollywood sensation to a global icon, King Khan has captivated audiences worldwide with his magnetic charm and unparalleled talent. His recent successes with “Pathaan,” “Jawan,” and “Dunki” not only highlight his star power but have also reinvigorated the Hindi film industry, drawing throngs of fans back to theaters to experience his films. Nita Ambani, the chairperson and founder of Reliance Foundation, holds the 26th spot on the list.

With each accolade, Shah Rukh Khan solidifies his place as one of the nation’s most beloved figures, whose influence transcends borders and generations. As he continues to enthrall audiences with his charisma and brilliance, his inclusion among the most powerful Indians of 2024 is a fitting tribute to his unparalleled contributions to the entertainment industry.

At the age of 58, Shah Rukh Khan made a triumphant return after a five-year hiatus, starring in three films that collectively grossed over Rs 2,600 crore at the global box office. With a staggering fan base of over 44 million followers on X, the superstar’s focus was on the numbers. His much-anticipated comeback with “Pathaan” restored the glory of Hindi cinema in the aftermath of the pandemic and prevailing social media negativity. Setting a new benchmark, his subsequent film “Jawan” achieved the distinction of becoming the highest-grossing Hindi film of all time.

Ziya Khan


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