Shah Rukh Khan’s film Pathan is surrounded by continuous controversies regarding its song Besharam Rang. From burning effigies of the actor to boycotting the film, Pathan has seen many ups and downs, but Shah Rukh seems to be absolutely fearless as he is all set to release Pathan’s second song Jhoome Jo Pathan, details of which have been revealed. He has also shared on Wednesday.
King Khan wrote a beautiful caption. Releasing the poster of Pathan’s second song Jhoome Jo Pathan, Shah Rukh Khan has written a beautiful caption for the fans. The actor told in the post that the second song of the film is releasing on December 22. He wrote, “Jhume jo Pathan… Meri jaan… Mehfil hi loot jaye”.Be patient tomorrow at exactly 11 o’clock. Pathan’s promise.
Shah Rukh upcoming song will be of Qawwali Style
Pathan’s director Siddharth Anand recently gave information about Jhoome Jo Pathan and told that fusion qawwali style in Jhoome Jo Pathan. This song of the film released two days later on 22nd December. In a conversation with Pinkvilla, Siddharth said, “Jhoome Jo Pathan is all about the film’s lead Pathan, played by Shah Rukh Khan. The song talks about the super spy Pathan, whose dashing style is like an addiction. His The energy, vibe and confidence will make anyone dance.”
Shah Rukh’s comeback after years
The actor last film was Jori where Anushka Sharma was the lead role. The film directed by Aanand L Rai. But the film proved to be a flop at the box office. At the same time, after almost four years, King Khan is coming back, and his first film will be Pathan, which will hit the theaters next month. Shah Rukh is working hard to make Pathan a hit. From making body to promoting the film, King Khan is trying every trick. Pathan is being made under the banner of Yash Raj Films, which is being directed by Siddharth Anand. The film has been shot in many exotic locations around the world. Talking about the star cast, apart from Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone, John Abraham is also in the lead role in the film. The film released in cinemas worldwide on 25 January.