“Kursi ki paithi baand lo, mausam bigadne wala hai!” The 'Pathaan' trailer just dropped and boy, oh boy, was the wait worth it! Ever since the teaser came out on November 2 which showcased Shah Rukh Khan doing action after a long time and performing some daredevil stunts, fans have been asking for the trailer. After keeping the cards close to their chests, Yash Raj Films on Tuesday finally unveiled the trailer for 'Pathaan'.
Such was the anticipation for the trailer, that prior to two minutes of its release, there were 32,000 people waiting for its release on the official handle of Yash Raj Films.
The trailer for 'Pathaan' comes just 15 days before the release, and it definitely adds to the hype and we cannot wait for the film to hit the big screen. The fans of Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone and John Abraham are definitely in for a treat.
Watch the trailer here:
In the trailer, we can see Shah Rukh Khan and John Abraham going up against each other, and the movie promises to a slick action flick. Deepika Padukone is also doing the heavy lifting and she will for sure, take your breath away with some daredevil action sequences.
In one scene, Deepika Padukone was also seen sporting blonde hair and that was definitely one highlight.
'Pathaan' is slated to release in theatres on January 25, and we cannot wait for the release date to come sooner.
The two songs of 'Pathaan' -- 'Besharam Rang' and 'Jhoome Jo Pathaan' have already become chartbusters. For the unversed, ‘Besharam Rang’ landed in trouble for its costumes and choreography. A sequence in ‘Besharam Rang’ showed Deepika Padukone in a saffron bikini, which led to protests and outrage across India for allegedly hurting religious sentiments.
It is important to mention that Shah Rukh Khan was last seen in a full-feature length film in 2018. He had starred in 'Zero' opposite Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif and the movie had tanked at the box office.
After this, the actor has given a few cameos in films like 'Laal Singh Chaddha', 'Rocketry: The Nambi Effect', and 'Brahmastra'.
His cameo in 'Brahmastra' was appreciated universally.
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