Reincarnation Case of Sadhona Bose | Shah Rukh Khan: Overlap of Lifetimes in a Past Life Case & Lady Gaga’s Belief in Reincarnation
Article by: Walter Semkiw, MD
Past Life of Shah Rukh Khan as a Female Indian Dancer
In sessions with Kevin Ryerson, I asked about Shah Rukh Khan, who has been described as India’s heartthrob. Ahtun Re revealed that Mr. Khan, in a past lifetime, was a well-known female Indian dancer and actress who lived during the early years of Indian cinema. After some research, I found a possible candidate in Sadhona Bose. In as subsequent session with Kevin Ryerson, Ahtun Re confirmed that Shah Rukh Khan is the reincarnation of Sadhona Bose, who lived from 1914 to 1973.
The Life of Sadhona Bose
Sadhona was an actress and dancer from Calcutta, a city which is now called Kolkata. Sadhona was trained in classic Indian dance, but she also performed ballet. In 1929, she even worked with Anna Pavlova on a stage version of Alibaba. Her best known movie is Raj Nartaki, which was released in the United States as Court Dancer. Sadhona Bose also produced the show, Rhythm of Victory, an extravaganza which featured 40 dancers.
Past Life Talent: Dancing Ability of Shah Rukh Khan
As a boy, Shah Rukh Khan was described as an extrovert with a mischievous streak. At school, he liked to entertain classmates with imitations of their teachers and celebrities. Shah Rukh Khan was attracted to the theater early on and eventually earned a Master’s degree in film and journalism.
The dancing talent of Sadhona Bose was expressed early on in the career of Shah Rukh Khan, who performed as a dancer under Barry John, an internationally known director and actor. John was producing Annie Get Your Gun with his Theater Action Group in New Delhi. Shah Rukh Khan asked John for a role and was cast as a male dancer in the production. Barry John has remarked on Shah Rukh Khans talent: “His ability to mime and clown, his dancing skills and his gymnastic skills were remarkable.” (1)
Shah Rukh Khan performed in other musicals, including Wizard of Oz, and continues to engage in musical productions. In 2004, he went on a two month song and dance tour which included venues in Europe and North America.
The Love Story of Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Chhiba
An interesting part of Shah Rukh Khan’s life is his romance and marriage with Gauri Chhiba. Shah Rukh Khan is Muslim, whereas Gauri Chhiba is Hindu. As such, their romance has a Romeo and Juliet quality, in that their different religions created complications in the relationship.
At one point, Gauri Chhiba went to Mumbai for solitude, without informing Shah Rukh Khan. This unexpected separation led to Rukh Khan’s realization that he must be with Gauri. Though he did not know her specific whereabouts in Mumbai, which is a huge city, he went there to search for her.
Knowing that Gauri liked beaches, on the last day of his expedition to Mumbai he asked a cab driver for a recommendation regarding a beach he might go to in order to find his lady. The driver told Rukh Khan to try Aksa Beach, where he indeed found Gauri. The couple embraced and knew that they were meant to be with one another.
Generally, when there is such a strong pull between people, such as demonstrated in the relationship of Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Chhiba, there is usually a past life connection. It would be interesting to investigate the relationship history of these two people over the eons, over many lifetimes.
Walter Semkiw’s Born Again & Om Shanty Om
Of interest, when my book Born Again came out in India in 2006 and I was interviewed in India on CNN-IBN, Shah Rukh Khan was in the middle of making a movie. According to the Times of India, Shah Rukh Khan left that production to capitalize on the publicity that Born Again generated to make a movie on reincarnation. That film was Om Shanty Om, a wonderfully entertaining movie that has enjoyed international distribution.
Om Shanti Om was released in November 2007 and broke box office records, grossing over 1.49 billion worldwide, becoming the highest-grossing Hindi film of all-time.
Lady Gaga & Reincarnation
Also of interest, Lady Gaga was interviewed by Shah Rukh Khan when she was in India. In that interview, as reported in the Times of India and on the website Digital Spy, she expressed her belief in reincarnation.
In Shah Rukh Khan Interview, Lady Gaga says: “I was reincarnated”
“Lady Gaga has told Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan that she believes she was reincarnated. The Born This Way performer was interviewed by the Indian film star during her recent trip to India, reports The Times of India
‘I believe you can be reborn over and over again,’ Gaga explained. ‘I believe I was my father’s sister. My father’s sister died when she was 19 years old and I believe her spirit is with me and so I believe that I am her reincarnation.'”
In session I had with Kevin Ryerson, I asked Ahtun Re, the spirit being channeled through Kevin who has demonstrated an ability to make past life matches with a high degree of accuracy, whether Lady Gaga’s belief that she is the reincarnation of her paternal aunt is valid. Ahtun Re indicated that this is true. To learn more, go to: Reincarnation Case of Joanne Stefani Germanotta | Lady Gaga
Physical Resemblance: Despite the change in gender, there is similarity in the facial arcitecture of Shah Rukh Khan and Sadhona Bose.
Change in Gender though Reincarnation: Shah Rukh Khan is male while Bose was female.
Change in Religion through Reincarnation: Bose was a Hindu woman, while Shah Rukh Khan is Muslim man.
Innate Past Life Talent: The dancing, singing and acting talent of Sadhona Bose is expressed in the career of Shah Rukh.
Split Incarnation: Sadhona Bose died in 1973, while Shah Rukh Khan was born in 1965, which represents an overlap of eight years. Ian Stevenson, MD of the University of Virginia published a number of reincarnation cases in which lifetimes overlapped, which he termed cases with “anomalous dates.”
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1. Biswadeep Ghosh, Hall of Fame: Shah Rukh Khan, Magna Publishing Company, 2004, p. 46