Shah Rukh Khan Fans Praise Allegedly Leaked Jawan Scene, Details Inside!

Shah Rukh Khan Fans Praise Allegedly Leaked Jawan Scene, Details inside!

Bollywood king Shah Rukh Khan is currently starring in “Jawan.” This upcoming movie is already creating a buzz among his fans.In the meantime, a leaked video clip from the movie, showing SRK in an action avatar, has gone viral on social media.However, the video is being removed as it violates Red Chillies copyright.

 Shah Rukh Khan Fans Praise Allegedly Leaked Jawan Scene, Details Inside!-TeluguStop.com

In the leaked clip, SRK is seen wearing a blue shirt and blue pants and using a silver belt to beat up his enemies.The slow-motion action scene has left his fans eagerly waiting for the movie.

And Fans are excited to see the actor in action-packed avatar.

According to the fans, “Jawan” will be the king of all movies and is sure to break every record.They are excited to see SRK in an action-packed avatar.“Pathaan” was just a teaser, and “Jawan” will be the real deal, they say.

Atlee directs “Jawan,” and it also stars Nayanthara and Vijay Sethupathi.The movie is an action-thriller, and a promo for the movie was released last year.Nayanthara has completed shooting for the film.“Jawan” is SRK’s second movie after his comeback, preceded by “Pathaan” and followed by “Dunki,” directed by Rajkummar Hirani, and starring Taapsee Pannu.

SRK recently answered a few questions from his fans during a session.When asked about his experience working with Nayanthara, he replied that she was very sweet and spoke all languages very well.

He hoped that the audience would like her in the film.When another fan asked about working with Vijay Sethupathi, SRK replied that it was tremendous and a bit of madness.

Despite being in the industry for several years, SRK has no plans of retiring.He said he would never retire from acting unless he was fired.Even then, he would come back hotter.However, he admitted feeling awkward seeing himself on screen.

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