Shah Rukh Khan starrer Jawan is inching closer to its release date. With this, the anticipation for the most awaited film is growing day by day. From Jawan prevue, to songs and first looks, the Alee-directed film is skyrocketing the excitement levels of the netizens. The film marks the team-up of SRK and ace director Atlee for the first time.
Apart from King Khan, the film also stars Nayanthara, Vijay Sethupathi and Sanya Malhotra. Apart from them grabbing attention in Jawan prevue, Deepika Padukone’s cameo in Jawan Prevue stole the limelight.
Shah Rukh Khan’s Jawan gets U/A certificate
Atlee-directorial Jawan is high on drama and filled with high-octane action sequences. The film has a running time of nearly 169.8 minutes. The Central Bureau of Film Certification (CBFC) has granted a U/A certificate to Jawan and has proposed seven changes to the Shah Rukh Khan starrer.
Among the modifications are scenes including intense violence and dialogues that cannot make to the final cut. Apparently, the film’s duration is also experiencing a trimming process to enhance the storyline and narrative. The film has undergone major cuts, including the removal of the visual of a beheaded dead body, the reference to the National Security Guards (NSG) has been replaced with IISG in the film; and a reduction in the visuals of suicide, among other changes.
Even though changes are being suggested to the film, the growing excitement and anticipation is real as ever!
Despite the news revolving around Jawan, the hype for the film is real. The audience is up for a visual treat as Shah Rukh Khan will come up in six different avatars along with ace actors Vijay Sethupathi and Nayanthara.
Jawan Prevue created a storm on the internet since the time it as released. The prevue gave a glimpse of the Jawan world to the audience. With the already bubbling excitement, the Atlee-directed spectacle is all set to have a worldwide release on 7 September.
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