Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Jawan’: 4 Compelling Reasons to Watch

In the role of Vikram Rathod, Shah Rukh Khan has embarked on a journey into Hindi cinema that no one has ventured into before. The movie, ‘Jawan,’ has hit the theaters with a thunderous response from both fans and neutral audiences alike, marking a milestone in Shah Rukh Khan’s illustrious career. we’re here to shed light on the four major reasons why ‘Jawan’ is a must-watch.

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1) Shah Rukh Khan as Vikram Rathod

Director Atlee has presented Shah Rukh Khan in a way that no Hindi filmmaker has done before in ‘Jawan.’ It’s already apparent that in this film, Shah Rukh Khan plays a dual role, portraying both Azaad and his father Vikram Rathod. While Azaad’s character is intriguing, the real magic unfolds when Vikram Rathod takes center stage. Shah Rukh Khan’s portrayal of Vikram is rugged and intense. He speaks less and acts more, exuding an aura that commands attention. Some of the movie’s best action sequences are attributed to Vikram’s character. To watch ‘Jawan’ is to witness Shah Rukh Khan in his Vikram Rathod avatar.

2) Spectacular Action Sequences

‘Jawan’ distinguishes itself from regular Hindi cinema by incorporating a significant South Indian influence, not only in its storyline but also in its treatment. The film’s action sequences were choreographed by six action directors from around the world, and the result is nothing short of awe-inspiring. Some of the most intense action blocks in the film are led by Vikram’s character. The sequence just before the interval stands out as the movie’s top action moment. It’s a scene where Vikram Rathod completely steals the show. The second major action sequence occurs during the film’s climax, marked by the dialogue, “Speak to the father before touching the son.” Aside from these, there are several other action sequences in the film that leave you breathless.

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3) Climactic Monologue

‘Jawan’ is being hailed as Shah Rukh Khan’s most politically charged film to date. While the plot touches on various social issues, it is Shah Rukh Khan’s monologue at the end of the film that truly encapsulates its political essence. A monologue, in cinematic terms, refers to a scene where a single character speaks continuously. In ‘Jawan’s climactic scene, Shah Rukh Khan, in his Azaad character, addresses the public through a live social media broadcast, emphasizing the importance of elections and urging the audience to choose their representatives wisely. This is why the film is being labeled as political, as it sees Shah Rukh Khan using the entire movie to express his views on critical issues, a departure from his usual reserved stance.

4) Comic Relief

‘Jawan’ is not just a high-octane action thriller; it’s also a light-hearted entertainer that attempts to inject humor into the narrative. What’s commendable is that the film doesn’t rely on separate comic actors to provide comic relief. Sunil Grover is a part of the film, but he’s not exclusively used for comedy. The movie’s most comical sequence involves a metro hijacking incident and features the memorable dialogue, “If you want, I can get you Alia Bhatt.” There’s also a funny dance sequence set to the song “Bekaraar Karke Hume” and Vijay Sethupathi provides laughs on several occasions. In bits and pieces, the film maintains its humorous tone.

In conclusion, ‘Jawan’ is a Shah Rukh Khan starrer that offers a unique cinematic experience. Alongside Shah Rukh Khan, the movie features a stellar ensemble cast including Nayanthara, Vijay Sethupathi, Sanaya Malhotra, Priyamani, Sunil Grover, Ridhi Dogra, and Deepika Padukone. Atlee Kumar directs the film, bringing his vision to life. With its compelling storyline, mind-blowing action, political undertones, and comic elements, ‘Jawan’ is a must-watch that promises to leave you thoroughly entertained and engaged. Share your thoughts in the comments section below, and be sure to catch ‘Jawan’ in theaters near you.



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