I can still recollect my teenage days, when I happened to see the movie Deewana, along with my family. It was amazing to see the audience reaction, that too, for an average-looking newcomer. But it was just the beginning; the success story of Shah Rukh Khan unfolded much later. In 1993, Khan was admired for his portrayal of negative roles – that of an obsessive lover and a murderer, in the box office hits Darr and Baazigar. Film critics have analyzed that he defied the image of the conventional hero in both these films. Until the late 90s, his films never had the typical Bollywood formula. SRK, as he is fondly called, continued giving hits after hits. But if Khan’s reign through the 1990s went by and large unchallenged, his aura began to fade with the arrival of new stars and his own poor choice of films. Shah Rukh’s fans started missing his glory days. Here are our top 10 reasons why we miss the 90s Shah Rukh Khan.