Be it films, box office collections or TV shows, the ruling Khans of Bollywood - Shah Rukh, Salman and Aamir - are almost always pitted against one another.
With Salman already shooting for the promos of his upcoming reality show "Bigg Boss 8", and Shah Rukh roped in for the one-of-its-kind talent show "Got Talent World Stage Live", it is hard not to compare the superstars' hosting skills.
Shah Rukh, who began his career with television and acted in soaps such as "Fauji" and "Circus", is one of the most witty anchors the industry has ever had. Inimitable charm and unmatched sense of humour is what sets him apart and makes his style of hosting different from the rest.
Having hosted game shows "Kaun Banega Crorepati" season 3, "Kya Aap Panchvi Pass Se Tez Hain?", "Total Wipeout: Zor ka Jhatka", and several award functions, the "Chennai Express" star is at ease with TV show formats for sure. Co-produced by Simon Cowell, "Got Talent World Stage Live" will now bring the SRK fans a reason to cheer.
Salman, on the other hand, brings a lot of quirkiness to his shows. Unlike archrival Shah Rukh, he is more of a casual host. He refrains from using big words and makes sure that his viewers are at ease. The star has also danced in his unique style on the sets of "Bigg Boss" to keep the contestants and viewers entertained.
The best bit about the "Kick" star's hosting skills is that he never sugarcoats words. Blunt and honest, his replies and opinions are almost always genuine. The actor has also hosted the game show "10 Ka Dum", which was immensely popular.
Meanwhile, Aamir is more of the serious kind. Dealing with socially sensitive issues, his "Satyamev Jayate" (Season 1 & 2) is an effort to raise awareness about matters which have not received much media exposure. From female foeticide to farmer suicides, the actor has made a diligent effort to throw light on topics which are usually bypassed by government officials.
Megastar Amitabh Bachchan is another tinsel towner who might just pip the Khans as the most successful host ever. In its eight season, "Kaun Banega Crorepati" is a much-loved game show hosted by the veteran actor. After "Yudh", a lavish venture by Anurag Kashyap, failed to generate good TRP ratings, returning to good old "KBC" looks like a wise option for the 71-year-old.