Finally, the one-minute-thirty second teaser is out. SRK’s upcoming Jawan has been in the wraps so far. Directed by the award-winning Atlee, the shooting has been in discreet locales and away from media glare. This indeed is the first look at the sneak peak!
The teaser opens with a glimpse of the Northern Lights over mountain tops. A battered and bruised SRK is seen in dim light, wrapping bandages on his face. Still shrouded in darkness, he removes a pulls off a dusty shrug from a table in the shed to reveal weapons. We then get a glimpse of him shooting at the camera.
That’s all we know of Jawan. The film hits theatres 2023. Watch the trailer here:
Shah Rukh had been rumoured to be working with Atlee for a few months now. However, neither the actor nor the director had commented on it. The two have been spotted together several times and Shah Rukh had even been pictured filming in April with his face all bandaged up. Over the last two days, several reports had claimed that the film was called Jawan and a teaser was to be released soon.
Sharing the teaser, SRK wrote: “An action-packed 2023! Bringing Jawan to you, an explosive entertainer in cinemas June 2, 2023. In Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada.” The film will be produced by SRK’s wife Gauri Khan.
Salman Khan took to his account to congratulate his jawan bhai:
Meanwhile, the film’s director Atlee wrote: “Feeling emotional, excited and blessed. Grew up admiring you but never imagined that I would be directing you sir. Shah Rukh Khan and I proudly present Jawan.”
Director Arun Kumar, known popularly as Atlee, is an acclaimed Indian director who makes Tamil-language films. He is best known for Enthiran (2010) and Nanban (2012), as well for his directorial debut, Raja Rani, produced by Fox Star Studios, for which he was awarded the Vijay Award for Best Debut Director. His next ventures as a director, screenplay and writer for Theri (2016), Mersal (2017) and Bigil (2019), all featured Tamil superstar Vijay.
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