Shahrukh Khan beats Aamir Khan and Hrithik Roshan to emerge as the biggest entertainer of 2013!

The Chennai Express superstar races ahead of the Dhoom:3 megastar and Krrish 3 superhero in our quest to find out the biggest entertainer of the year gone by. Take a look at our report card to know how other celebs have performed in our exciting poll

Shahrukh Khan continues to rule the world of entertainment with his inimitable charm and stupendous popularity. Reaffirming his king-size presence in Bollywood the Chennai Express actor has gone past Mr Perfectionst of B-town Aamir Khan. It was indeed a close contest between SRK and the shorty dude of Dhoom:3 when we asked our readers to vote for the biggest entertainer of 2013. But now the results are out and 35.30 percent of BL readers have voted for the witty actor.

Aamir Khan stands…err not exactly tall at the second position (pun definitely intended!). The shorty has bagged 30.57 percent votes even as his latest adventure flick Dhoom:3 has made Rs 270 crore as opposed to SRK’s Chennai Express which made Rs 216 crore at the box office in India. But such is the popularity of SRK’s global appeal that he continued to enchant his fans with amazing guarantee. It’s a known fact that SRK is a much bigger star in the overseas market than the superbly talented Aamir. King Khan has once again proved that when it comes to pure entertainment, no one comes close to him. He must also be heaving a sigh of relief that a certain Sallu had no release this year that made things even easier for him to woo our readers.

Surprisingly Akshay Kumar has been voted as the third biggest entertainer of 2013, with 20.78 percent votes, even though his Boss was not that great a success. Perhaps BL peeps loved him in Special 26. What was even more shocking about our poll results was the fact that Ranbir Kapoor, Ranveer Singh and Farhan Akhtar who have delivered one blockbuster each in the form of Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, Ram-Leela and Bhaag Milkha Bhaag have failed to garner even one percent vote individually, reflecting the hangover of superstars that reigns  our collective filmi concious.