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After the release of the movie “Jawaan,” Kangana Ranaut expressed her admiration for Shah Rukh Khan

by khushahal vishwakarma
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Kangana Ranaut said a “masterclass” for other actors in the industry. She also congratulated the entire team of “Jawaan.”

Kangana Ranaut said that Shah Rukh Khan’s struggle, from being a lover boy in the 90s to establishing his relationship with the audience through the 2000s and ultimately emerging as the finest Indian actor around the age of 60, is nothing less than a superhero’s journey.

She remembered a time when people ignored him and made fun of his preferences, but his journey is a masterclass for all actors, and he needs to reinvent and reestablish himself. Shah Rukh Khan is like a cinema god, not just for his charisma and dimples, but also for saving some serious worlds. Kangana praised his resilience, hard work, and humility.

Regarding the movie “Jawaan,” on its opening day, it earned a whopping 51.17 crores worldwide, as per the latest advance booking figures. The film was released in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu on September 7th. “Jawaan” features Nayanthara, Vijay Sethupathi, Sanya Malhotra, Priyamani, Sunil Grover, Yogi Babu, and Ridhi Dogra, among other actors. It was directed by Atlee and produced by Red Chillies Entertainment.

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Hindustan Times’ review of the film states, “From the beginning to the end, ‘Jawaan’ is SRK’s show, and seeing him in a dual role is doubly delightful. From his heroic entry scene to the fights and even the dance numbers, there’s nothing he can’t do, and he’ll make you believe in it too.

At 57 years old, going on 58 in November, Shah Rukh will astonish you with his action. Looking at the amount of action he has done in ‘Jawaan,’ it seems like ‘Pathan’ was just a teaser. Atlee ensures that he doesn’t disappoint his audience in his Hindi direction, as he mixes all the elements of commercial cinema to make an entertaining film

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