Shah Rukh Khan shares AbRam’s review of Jawan, reveals what his son loved in Atlee’s actioner

Shah Rukh Khan shares AbRam’s review of Jawan, reveals what his son loved in Atlee’s actioner

In the latest AskSRK session, Shah Rukh Khan revealed AbRam’s reaction to his latest blockbuster actioner, Jawan.

Shah Rukh Khan Jawan is inching closer to crossing the milestone of Rs 1000-crore mark. Amid the success of his latest release, SRK held an #AskSRK session on X (formerly Twitter) and revealed his younger son AbRam Khan’s reaction to Jawan. 

During the AMA session, a fan asked, “Abram ne #Jawan dhek ke kya kaha #AskSRK @iamsrk?” Shah Rukh gave a witty reply to him, and said that AbRam loved his fight with Vijay Sethupathi, “Baap Baap hota hai..!! No no just joking. He loved the fight with the Big guy…he loved it in the climax. #Jawan.” 

Here’s the tweet

Another user asked Shah Rukh Khan about the location of the 1000Cr success party for Jawan. Shah Rukh noticed the tweet and replied. SRK replies, “Pathaan ke ghar mein aur kahaan!” #Jawan

Here’s the tweet

One of the users who complimented the actor’s character Azad’s bond with Suji in the movie wrote, “I loved Azad’s bond with Suji …the single mom storyline was so subtly done and really refreshing. Thank you for representing women from all walks of life. Love you Shah @iamsrk #AskSRK #Jawan.”

Shah Rukh Khan replied to the tweet, and agreed that the limited screentime to Nayanthara’s character was ‘unfortunate’. SRK said, “I also felt that the story of Narmada as a single mom was amazing. Unfortunately in the scheme of things couldn’t find more screen time but as is was also wonderful. #Jawan.”

Here’s the tweet

Helmed by Atlee, Jawan stars Shah Rukh Khan, Nayanthara, and Vijay Sethupathi in the lead along with Sanya Malhotra, Ridhi Dogra, Priyamani, Aaliyah Qureshi, and Lehar Khan among others in key roles. Produced by Gauri Khan under the banner of Red Chillies Entertainment, the movie has broken several box office records and has collected Rs 938 crore at the box office worldwide.

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