“The King Is Back, RIP Box Office Record”: Shah Rukh Khan’s Pathan teaser takes social media by storm | Techno Glob


As a special treat to his fans on his 57th birthday, Shahrukh Khan released the teaser of his most awaited film Pathan so far. King Khan shared the special video of the film on his social media account.

Shah Rukh Khan posted the first teaser of “Pathan” on his Twitter with the caption “Apni Karsi Ki Patti Band Lijia…#Pathan Teaser Out Now!” Celebrate #Pathaan with #YRF50 only on a big screen near you on 25th January 2023. It is releasing in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. @deepikapadukone | @TheJohnAbraham | #SiddharthAnand | @yrf.”

As soon as Shahrukh Khan shared the teaser, a frenzy broke out on social media seeing his favorite actor in this rocking avatar. Netizens took to Twitter with their reactions to the ‘Back’ teaser. ‘Goosebumps’, ‘The King is back’, ‘RIP box office records’ were some of the top reactions on Twitter.

Take a look at the top 10 tweets:

Deepika Padukone and John Abraham are also playing important roles in ‘Pathan’. John will play the antagonist in the film and will be in a relationship with Shah Rukh Khan, who plays the titular role.

Talking about ‘Pathan’ in his Instagram Live session, Shah Rukh Khan revealed that this is the film he has been wanting to do for 30 years.

“I wasn’t enjoying the process of filmmaking, which is the most important thing to me, more than the film. When we started shooting Pathan, it was a lot of fun and action. It was a kind of film. is what I have always wanted to do for 30 years. I have always thought of myself as someone who can act and do things well,” said Shah Rukh Khan during his live session.

In Pathan, I am doing all the things I wanted to do when I was in my twenties. It was a little late. At the age of 56, I am trying to be firm and strong and trying to make it work, but I think Siddharth and the entire action team have tried very hard. I hope I look like a good action hero,” added Shahrukh.

The movie “Pathan” will release in theaters on 25 January 2022.





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