Shahrukh Khan, the name is a brand itself. When it comes to acting there are only a few in the world that could compete with him. But, in his domain of Romance and Love, there is no one ever that could ever stand against SRK. His great acting has earned him numerous national and international honors. This article discusses 7 of the most prestigious ever that are ever held by SRK.
1 Knight of the Legion of France
Shahrukh receives the highest awards from France due to his exceptional work in cultural diversity. A gold coin was also named after SRK and was put safely in the museum of Paris.
2 Goodwill Brand Ambassador by South Korea
Shahrukh Khan was appointed as the Goodwill brand ambassador by the government of South Korea in last year's October.
3 Award of Intellectual Merit From Prince Of Morocco
Shah Rukh has been conferred with award of intellectual merit which is the highest honour in Morocco. He was decorated with this honor by Prince Moulay Rachid at the royal dinner and he is the first Indian actor to get it,
4 Doctorate Degree from University of Bedfordshire and Edinburgh
SRK receives a doctorate degree from Edinburg and Bedfordshire university and in recognition of his outstanding record of philanthropy, altruism and humanitarianism and his global reach as an actor for his contribution to arts and culture.
5 Black Belt Honorary in Taekwondo
Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan was presented with an honorary belt in taekwondo and bestowed the title of an Honorary Ambassador for Culture and Tourism by the South Korean Government. The 43-year-old actor has been conferred the black belt of taekwondo
6 Pyramide con Marni Award
Shah Rukh Khan was awarded the Pyramide con Marni award for his charitable work, The actor was bonded with Hollywood star Jet Li. This is yet another firsts for SRK, as he is the first Indian to be honored with this award
7 Listed Among the Top 500 Influential Muslims in the World
Shah Rukh Khan, in 2009, was listed in the 500 most influential Muslims in the world by Georgetown University. Other Indians to share the honor with him were the former Indian President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam and Oscar-winning composer AR Rahman.