Directed by Atlee, the highly anticipated movie “Jawan” has reportedly been produced with an estimated budget of around Rs 300 crore. This big-budget film is expected to make a significant impact worldwide, with trade analysts predicting an opening box office collection ranging from Rs 110 to Rs 130 crore.
However, there’s a unique challenge facing the film. Despite its global release, “Jawan” has not been screened in Pakistani cinemas due to the ban on Bollywood movies. This has left many Pakistani fans wondering how they can watch this eagerly anticipated film.
“Jawan” is a high-octane action thriller that delves into the emotional journey of a man determined to rectify societal wrongs. The film reportedly centers around the theme of women’s empowerment and is available in multiple languages, including Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu.
The movie boasts an ensemble cast led by Shah Rukh Khan, who plays dual roles as father and son. Nayanthara portrays a fearless cop, while Vijay Sethupathi takes on the role of a menacing villain. The film also features Priya Mani, Sanya Malhotra, Sunil Grover, Ridhi Dogra, and others in supporting roles, with Deepika Padukone and Sanjay Dutt making cameo appearances.
Reports suggest that “Jawan” will be available for streaming on the OTT platform Netflix. The film’s satellite rights, including digital rights, satellite rights, and music rights, have been sold for a substantial Rs 250 crore.
While the exact release date on Netflix has not been disclosed, it is anticipated that the film will become available for streaming after a successful two-month theatrical run. This decision aims to give the film a chance to shine in theaters before reaching a wider audience through the popular streaming platform.
For Pakistani fans eager to watch “Jawan,” the Netflix release will likely be the avenue to experience this highly anticipated film, allowing them to enjoy the action-packed journey and emotional depth of the story.