Jawan, which stars Shah Rukh Khan and Nayanthara, has generated a lot of excitement and talk due to its star power. Ever since its massive announcement, it has been a hot topic for a number of reasons. Jawan will be Shah Rukh Khan’s second theatrical release this year, after Pathaan.
Jawan, reportedly Khan’s most expensive film to date, has already caused a stir in the industry, with predictions that it will smash records at the box office. The Atlee-directed actioner is all set to bring Dhamaka, and fans of King Khan are already awaiting its release.
Jawan Is Shah Rukh Khan’s Second-Most Expensive Film
According to industry reports, Shah Rukh Khan’s latest film, Jawan, has been made with a massive budget of around Rs 300 crore, and Khan reportedly spent a lot to make it one of the biggest and most unique experiences for moviegoers. Since director Atlee shares this enthusiasm for the theater, it appears that this year’s biggest hit will be an absolute triumph.
According to the reports, Shah Rukh Khan knew that Pathaan would set a high standard, but he still wanted to make sure that Jawan was even more impressive. If the rumor mill is to be believed, the film’s high-octane action sequences have been filmed in elaborate locations. Instead of using green screens like in Pathaan, which detracted from the film’s authenticity and personal feel, the production team here decided against using them.
Setbacks and reshoots plagued the production of Jawan, which increased the budget but ultimately improved the film’s aesthetics.
Budget Of Shah Rukh Khan’s Other Films
Pathaan’s production budget was around Rs 250 crore, and it ended up being the biggest box-office success of Shah Rukh Khan’s career. A total of Rs 200 crore was spent on his film Zero, while Rs 135 crore was allocated to Dilwale and Rs 130 crore to Ra. One. The budgets for Fan (Rs 120 crore), Raaes (Rs 95 crore), and Happy New Year (Rs 150 crore) were each a little less than these figures.
Jawan, backed by Red Chillies Entertainment and directed by Atlee Kumar, has already impressed the audience with its prevue. However, two of its songs, Zinda Banda and Chaleya, failed to make an impression on the audience, much to the disappointment of Khan’s fans. Anirudh Ravichander, a well-known musician, is in charge of the film’s score. Another factor contributing to music listeners’ dissatisfaction is the music’s genius composer, who has produced numerous well-known and well-liked scores and BGMs.
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan and Lady Superstar of South Nayanthara have been paired together for the first time. This would also mark Nayanthara’s Bollywood debut. The film, which also stars Vijay Sethupathi, will have a cameo by Deepika Padukone. Other cast members include Priyamani, Sanya Malhotra, and Riddhi Dogra. Jawan will hit theaters on September 7.