Shah Rukh Khan Movie Jawan Official Hindi Trailer

'Jawaan' Trailer Out: Shah Rukh Says, 'Chahiye To Alia Bhatt', Father-Son Team Up For Revenge With Villain Vijay Sethupathi, Action-Emotion Packed


Fans are excited about Shah Rukh Khan's upcoming projects. Last seen in 'Pathan'. Shah Rukh Khan is working with Nayantara in 'Jawaan'. Shah Rukh Khan will be seen in a double role in this film. South actress Nayantara is playing the role of an investigative officer. Sanya Malhotra also plays an important role.

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From the very first glimpse of the action-packed preview of "Jawaan", the audience is on the edge of their seats eagerly waiting for this moment. His songs introduced everyone to the different colors of this thrilling action film. Every tune resonates with Shah Rukh Khan's magnetic charm. But it was the trailer that was the talk of the town. Fans were excited to see him. In such a situation, the trailer of the film has been released online, fulfilling the demand of countless fans.

Packed with action, adventure, and heart-pounding thrills, the trailer of 'Jawaan' gives the audience another glimpse into the vast world of 'Jawaan'. From the released trailer of 'Jawaan', it is clear that Shah Rukh will be seen in the role of father and son in the film. The son will be seen avenging the injustice done to his father and his people. Apart from Shahrukh, the film will also feature Vijay Sethupathi, Nayantara, Deepika Padukone, and Sanya Malhotra. It will be released on September 7.

The trailer starts with Shah Rukh Khan's voice-over saying, 'Ek Raja Tha.' After this, a battle was lost. He was wandering in the forest hungry and thirsty. He was very angry.' Here is the backdrop story of the film

After this, it is shown that someone has hijacked the Mumbai Metro and the police are interacting with him. This is followed by the entry of the main villain Kali, played by Vijay Sethupathi.

Kali is the fourth largest arms dealer in the world. Shah Rukh has lost his father and his entire family because of Kali.

At the end of the trailer, Shah Rukh is seen fighting the villain in a double role. Here both father and son will be seen taking revenge on enemies together.

Shah Rukh is working with South director Atlee for the first time in this film. The film will be released worldwide on September 7 in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. Apart from Shahrukh, the multi-starrer will also feature Nayantara, Deepika Padukone, Vijay Sethupathi, and Sanya Malhotra.

'Jawaan' to be released in 5 languages

​​Recently the teaser of this film was also released. 'Jawaan' is a complete action entertaining film of Shahrukh. Nayantara is in the lead role in this film. 'Jawaan' will be released in 5 languages ​​Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada.

Director Atlee, who gave many super dupers hits in the South, has directed 'Jawaan'. Netflix has bought the digital rights of this film for 120 crores. Apart from this, Zee TV has the film's satellite rights. These rights have been sold for approximately 130 crores. The film has earned 250 crores from both the rights. The budget of the film is 180 crore rupees.

Meanwhile, Shah Rukh's fan club 'SRK Universe' has organized a special screening of the film at 'Gaiety Galaxy' in Mumbai at 6 a.m. Also, this single-screen theater is going to hold an early morning show for the first time in its 51-year history.

Earlier, the same club also held a screening of Shah Rukh's previous film 'Pathan' at the same theatre. However, the time of that show was 9 a.m.

This club has made a tweet giving information about wanting to repeat history. SRK Universe wrote, 'The last time we made history was by hosting a 9 am show of 'Pathan' at the iconic Gaiety Galaxy. Now we want to repeat history once again by organizing a show for 'Jawaan' at 6 am.

This single-screen theater in Bandra is known as G7 Multiplex and Gaiety Galaxy. It was opened in 1972 and the first film to be screened here was Hema Malini's starrer 'Sita Aur Geeta'.

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