Starring: Shah Rukh Khan, Vijay Sethupathi, Nayanthara, Deepika Padukone, Priyamani, Sanya Malhotra, Ridhi Dogra, Lehar Khan, Sunil Grover, Girija Oak
Producers: Gauri Khan
Music Director: Anirudh Ravichander
Cinematographer: GK Vishnu
Release Date : September 07, 2023
Shahrukh Khan is in no mood to slow down as he is high on the success of Pathaan. Well, his new film, Jawan has hit the screens today, and read this review to know if the film has any juice in it or not.
Vikram Rathore, played by Shah Rukh Khan, is an Indian soldier with an unconventional mission to make society better. He takes control of a metro train and holds the passengers hostage, revealing his demands to NSG officer Narmada, played by Nayanthara. Vikram’s target is Khaali Gaikwad, a well-known weapon dealer and businessman, portrayed by Vijay Sethupathi. The film explores the connection between Vikram and Khaali and the role of Vikram’s son, Azad.
Director Atlee presents Shah Rukh Khan in an impressive way, and there are exciting intro and interval sequences. Shah Rukh Khan’s humor and charm bring lots of laughs. The action scenes are breathtaking, especially the truck chase in the second half. Vijay Sethupathi is fantastic in his role, and his scenes with Shah Rukh Khan are a highlight. Nayanthara’s screen presence is great, and Deepika Padukone’s cameo adds to the story.
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Jawan is a Bollywood film that brings back the excitement audiences have been missing. It’s made for the big screen, with plenty of thrilling moments that will get the audience cheering. The film balances action and emotion well in the first half. There are surprises in the second half that will thrill the audience. The background music by Anirudh and the cinematography by GK Vishnu are excellent. The production values by Red Chillies are top-notch.
While the movie has a strong message for society, it doesn’t always communicate it effectively. The emotional parts in the first half work well, but the message gets lost in the excitement and action scenes in the second half. The editing in the second half could be improved. The plot isn’t entirely new and can be predictable at times. Some scenes are over-the-top and aimed at mass appeal, which might not be everyone’s cup of tea.
The background music and cinematography are excellent. The film is a bit long, and some scenes in the second half could be shorter. The production values are impressive. In summary, Jawan is a thrilling Bollywood movie that offers a much-needed dose of entertainment. It showcases Shah Rukh Khan’s charisma and action-packed sequences. Though the story might look routine, Atlee has made sure that you will see Shahrukh Khan like never before.
Bottom Line- SRK like never before