After a very long wait, Pathaan’s trailer is out now on YouTube. The trailer is not a video but is emotional at this point. Shah Rukh Khan as Pathaan, a soldier of Bharat Mata, is looking fabulous and stylish. This Siddharth Anand movie is going to be a treat for soo many Shah Rukh Khan fans, releasing on the 25th of January. The movie is going to end with a lot of waiting for people who wanted to see SRK on the big screen.
The fully action-loaded trailer won’t let you take your eyes off it. One action sequence after another. The trailer begins with Dimple Kapadia explaining the threat on Bharat Mata from a private terror group. Led by the evil John Ibrahim and his associates. “Ab pathaan ke vanvas ka time, khatam hua” Enters SRK with his heavy charming voice, “Party pathaan ke ghar rakhoge toh mehmaannawazi ke liye Pathaan toh aayega, aur pathaake bhi layega“
Shah Rukh Khan starrer Pathaan is fully loaded with VFX action
We only got to see some action-related glimpses of Shah Rukh, the trailer also features Deepika Padukone, ‘a similar soldier like Pathaan’ and John Ibrahim as the key villain in the movie. From flying bullets to machine gun-equipped helicopters, the makers have left no window for more action. The VFX is looking amazing, close to real.
With millions of views just after release, the trailer is breaking all records. At this point after every refresh, the views are up by a million. This statement is pretty much enough to explain the hype about Shah Rukh Khan.
Pathaan in controversies, protests and might be banned
After the release of the song Besharam Rang from the movie Pathaan. Featuring Deepika Padukone in a saffron-colored dress. Allegedly defaming the Hindu religion and sentiments. The video song is also criticized in multiple scenes for much more its ‘inappropriate’ choreography. The chaos reached a certain level, in which the protest broke out in multiple instances. It will be interesting to watch if the hype of SRK is going to demolish these allegations. The movie will release in your nearest theatres on the 25th of January.