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WHAT! Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Jawan’ has already earned Rs 250 crores before its release, details here!


Shah Rukh Khan is the actor who most embodies the year 2023. The actor last appeared in Aanand L. Rai’s “Zero” in 2018, and as a result of the movie’s poor box office performance, he decided to take a break. After a good 5 years off, the actor will make a comeback to the big screen in 2019. In addition to YRF’s “Pathaan,” SRK will also appear in Atlee’s “Jawan,” which is generating buzz for its impressive ensemble cast, which also includes Nayanthara and Vijay Sethupathi. All-India satellite rights for the movie were reportedly sold to Zee TV for a staggering Rs 250 crores, and digital rights were sold to Netflix. To learn more, read the scoop below.

All of SRK’s releases are eagerly anticipated by his fans around the world, who frequently shower him with love on social media. With 42 million Twitter followers and more than 30 million Instagram followers, the actor enjoys a sizable following on social media. Speaking of his project with Atlee, it is one of the most eagerly awaited collaborations ever. Fans have been giddy about the announcement since the Zero star announced it on his Instagram account in June.

Now, as per Lets Cinema, the all-India satellite rights of Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Jawan’ is sold to Zee TV and the digital rights of the film are sold to Netflix for a mind-boggling total amount of Rs 250 crores.

Wow, that is such a success. Congratulations Shah Rukh Khan and crew, Jawan is definitely destined to be a smash hit!

Shah Rukh Khan’s filmography

Along with Pathaan and Jawan, SRK will appear in Rajkumar Hirani’s upcoming film Dunki, which is scheduled to hit theatres around Christmas in 2019. He will therefore have a busy year ahead of him, and we are thrilled that the “King” is finally making a comeback to the big screen.

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