Pathaan: The most awaited movie antagonist first look is here’s

Fans are waiting with bated breath for the release of Pathaan. Not only will it mark Shah Rukh Khan’s comeback to the silver screen after almost 4 years, but he will also reunite with Deepika Padukone. The Siddharth Anand directorial will also see John Abraham and SRK come together. The spy-thriller is scheduled to release on January 25, 2023. 

YRF now dropped the glimpse of John Abraham from the film today and we can’t keep calm!

Sharing the motion poster of John, Shah Rukh Khan wrote, “He’s tough and plays it rough! Presenting @TheJohnAbraham in #Pathaan. Celebrate #Pathaan with #YRF50 only at a big screen near you on 25th January, 2023. Releasing in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. @deepikapadukone| #SiddharthAnand | @yrf | #5MonthsToPathaan”
Take a look at his tweet here:

On June 25, the day the superstar celebrated 30 years in the industry, Shah Rukh Khan’s Pathaan character poster was launched. On July 25, Deepika Padukone’s character poster was released, and as we informed earlier, now John’s character poster has been released on this date i.e, today, 25th August.

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