Anurag reached the theater to watch Shahrukh’s Pathan
When Anurag Kashyap came out of the cinema hall after watching Shah Rukh Khan’s film Pathan, his smile was telling how he liked the film. After watching the film, he told how he liked this style of romance king Shah Rukh Khan.
‘Shah Rukh’s action is very dangerous’
After exiting the theatre, Anurag Kashyap praised Shah Rukh Khan’s film Pathan. He said, “Shah Rukh Khan itna haseen, itna sundar kabhi pehle laga nahi, hum to usko dekhne aaye thi, dil khush ho gaya hai. Dangerous action hai. I don’t think Shahrukh has ever done such an action… In the film there is a Song hai bas, ek baat mein aata hai. Dangerous action, absolutely dangerous. John and Shahrukh’s action is very dangerous.”
‘It’s not like that’
Shahrukh Khan is called the king of romance. In such a situation, when Anurag Kashyap was asked whether he was seen romancing in this film? So Anurag replied to this saying, ‘It is not of that kind, this film is absolutely different. Jaise War Tha, Jaise Tiger Thi, ye us zone ki film hai.
‘Having Shah Rukh Khan do a film like this..’
Anurag Kashyap further said, ‘It is the first time I have seen Shahrukh Khan doing such a film. Before watching the film, I was wondering how he would look in this character? But what a body he has made, he has made it dangerous’. Please tell that after the release of Shah Rukh Khan’s film, a long crowd of fans was seen outside the theatre. According to the earning figures, the film has made many records till now.
Pathan broke many records
Shah Rukh Khan’s film Pathan is creating a buzz in the country as well as abroad. The film has also broken the record of Bahubali 2 and KGF 2 in terms of advance booking. This is the reason why the film has come second in terms of advance booking. Not only this, it is also the first Indian film to be released in more than 100 countries. Now it has to be seen how many more new records Shah Rukh Khan’s Pathan breaks in the days to come.
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