Jawan, the eagerly anticipated film of the year starring Shah Rukh Khan, is now officially out. After much anticipation, this was the day that all of the King Khan fans could finally see the magic of Shah Rukh Khan on screen. Although the official box office results are still pending, Bigg Boss 17 Jawan has already been dubbed a “blockbuster” by the fans. Social internet is ablaze with SRKians’ tweets, images, and reviews of Jawan.
Despite all of this, there appears to be more good news for the fans: it appears like a Jawan sequel may be on the horizon very soon. You read that correctly! Those who have seen the movie already may be able to comprehend the reasoning behind this. As a result, in the movie’s climactic sequence, the Jawan filmmakers cleverly hinted to Jawan 2.
Shah Rukh Khan, who plays the role of Azad in the movie, enters the story as a savior in the final scene. Sanjay Dutt, who plays Madhavan Naik, makes an extended cameo appearance, and the movie depicts the two actors talking about a different goal. Madhavan Naik wrote to Azad, explaining that it was a different assignment. Is this a new mission, then?
The film’s clever ending suggests that Jawan 2 will solve the riddle surrounding this new assignment. But the only people who can verify that are Shah Rukh Khan and filmmaker Atlee. However, if Jawan had a follow-up, fans would surely be ecstatic since they genuinely want to see more of King Khan and Thalapthy Vijay.
In the meantime, a few days prior, Shah Rukh Khan cleverly replied, “Pehle yeh waali toh dekh lo,” in response to a question regarding Jawan 2 during his AskSRK session on X, now known as Twitter.Jaan loge kya bache ki? All we can do at this point is wait as there has been no formal announcement!
In the film Jawan, directed by Atlee, Deepika Padukone makes a lengthy cameo with SRK in the lead role, Nayanthara, Vijay Sethupathi, Sunil Grover, Sanya Malhotra, and Sreejeta Bhattacharya. Jawan’s advance sales have been extremely well received, therefore it’s anticipated that the movie will launch with a bang.
As the nation is gripped by the “Jawan” fever, Shah Rukh Khan and Mahesh Babu, two of the charismatic and biggest superstars of the Indian film business, engaged in a beautiful conversation.
On its first day of release, the action thriller “Jawan,” directed by Atlee, played to a packed house in its early morning show. It even caused widespread frenzy among enthusiasts. This further demonstrates the potential of Hindi films, as this occurrence has not been seen before and has occurred in less than six months, demonstrating the remarkable growth of the theatre industry. The fact that a film’s opening day of 75 crores will actually become the new standard for future releases is fantastic news for the business as it will only spur further growth.
One movie that only lasted a very brief time in the Top 10 is Adipurush [Hindi], which was ranked No. 10 before Jawan came and had taken in 37.25 crores. As a matter of fact, the number one spot on the list presently holds the record-breaking film Gadar 2, which will fall off after Tiger 3 releases on Diwali.
Set aside all your time and begin organizing your record books. Compiling the box office data of the blockbuster that arrives the day before, Jawan is a significant task that needs to be done on Friday morning. You may be sure that it wouldn’t be simple at all. After all, a lot of films break box office records, and Gadar 2 has recently only served to highlight this tendency more. The Sunny Deol movie continued to run virtually concurrently with Pathaan, providing it with a point of reference.
But something completely new, something genuinely amazing, something extravagantly astounding, is going to happen. In just two days, Jawan will be released, and it won’t only shatter every record that Pathaan originally set and Gadar 2 continued—rather, it will accomplish the unfathomable and set records that are unbelievable when they’re on display.
Unbelievably, given the way Jawan is now trending, Pathaan’s all-time opening day record of 57 crores will soon become history. On the first day of release, the Hindi version brought in 55 crores, while the South contributed only 2 crores. Just the Hindi version of Jawan is expected to easily surpass 60 crores in total. If the elusive 70 crores total is also achieved on Thursday—and no, I’m simply referring to the Hindi version—it won’t come as much of a surprise.