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dfgOn Saturday, November 2, 2013, thousands of his fans waited outside his palace, "Mannat" from 12AM onwards. And finally, Shah Rukh Khan appeared in the balcony... And what happened later? The pictures speak! Such was Shah Rukh Khan's 48th birthday celebration. Truly, SRK Day. Here's the making of this day; the making of this one man -- who rules billions of hearts around the world. His weapon is love: The Baadshah of Bollywood. King Khan. Young Dilip Kumar. King of Romance. Shah Rukh Khan, fondly known as SRK, has so many different titles bestowed lovingly upon him. Universally adored the world over, Shah Rukh Khan, the man himself, is nothing short of the Bollywood dream... A rank outsider, Shah Rukh Khan came to Bombay to become a Bollywood hero, but ended up ruling the industry. Delivering back-to-back blockbusters ever since his debut film 'Deewana', there has been no stopping this energetic tour de force. SRK began his career with TV, acting in super hit serials 'Fauji' and 'Circus'. Having a solid foundation in acting thanks to Barry John's 'Theatre Action Group' or 'TAG' in Delhi, Shah Rukh was no stranger to histrionics. From early on in his career, he was both applauded as well as criticised for having an exuberant, almost exaggerated screen persona. But nothing stopped Shah Rukh Khan's boundless enthusiasm and visible passion for the arts. He made wise decisions from very early on in his career: for instance, he picked up negative roles very on; when he agreed to play the role of an obsessive lover in Yash Chopra's 'Darr' in 1993, and an ambitious rookie who avenges the injustice meted out to his family in Abbas-Mustan's 'Baazigar'. Going against the grain, SRK was appreciated for his portrayal in both roles. Having gotten action and villainy out of the way from very early on, SRK was left to play the role of a conventional romantic hero, the trope that has sustained throughout his career. His very first out-and-out romantic hero role, contrary...