Shah Rukh Khan Takes a Turn as Choreographer for Jawan!

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She Rukh Khan in Jawan Prevue Red Chillies Entertainment

When the prevue for Shah Rukh Khan’s film Jawan first dropped fans were completely blown away at the action spectacle that is to come. Bringing together a perfect blend of action and emotion, the Jawan prevue showcased the stunning visuals and epic scale that we know will leave audiences wanting more. Every frame of the prevue is attention-grabbing and offers a glimpse into the world of Jawan.

Now that some of the dust has settled, we have some cool inside scoop just for you! In the prevue SRK surprised his fans by grooving on the popular retro song ‘Beqarar Karke’, and the steps he performed captured the menacing energy of his character in an absolutely brilliant way, adding an intriguing layer to the scene. Now here is the cool part, that was an original Shah Rukh Khan dance sequence. Yes, King Khan created the dance steps himself!

According to a source, we have learned that “it was Shah Rukh Khan himself who conceived the idea of introducing dance steps in this particular sequence with ‘Beqarar Karke’ playing in the background. He took it upon himself to choreograph the steps, which completely transformed the scene and made it much more captivating.”

The improvised dance moves devised by Shah Rukh Khan have become a favourite among audiences, with the steps going viral on social media and have generated memes across the internet.

Shah Rukh Khan, the epitome of versatility, has once again surprised his fans, the superstar not only showcases his acting prowess but also displays his dance skills by choreographing his own steps in a captivating sequence.

The action-packed prevue has pushed the anticipation for the film to the next level, captivating audiences with its grand scale and promising an extraordinary cinematic experience. We cannot wait to see what they tease us with next! Directed by Atlee Jawan, releases on the 7th of September!


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