2. My Name is Khan
Shah Rukh Khan always works. And when you bring back the popular pairing of SRK and Kajol, you pretty much know that irrespective of critical acclaim, your film will bring in audiences. Such was the case with My Name is Khan. Karan Johar arrived after a slight break with in a new and improved avatar ready to tackle a more serious topic: terrorism. However, for a film that spoke about a somber issue, it still managed to look glamorous and had gaping holes. What worked for MNIK is Shah Rukh’s incredible depiction and Kajol’s moving performance. Hats off to K-Jo for attempting to break away from the floss and attempting a genre that is hardly Dharma.