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Can You Respond to Amitabh Bachchan’s Question Regarding Shah Rukh Khan’s Jawan in Kaun Banega Crorepati 15?

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan hosted Kaun Banega Crorepati 15, which included a question on Atlee’s popular pan-Indian action film “Jawan.” This movie, which debuted in theaters earlier this year, featured Nayanthara and Shah Rukh Khan in the key parts.

Amitabh Bachchan questioned the competitor about Rs 2,000. The question, which offered a 45-second time limit to respond, focused on Shah Rukh Khan’s Jawan characters, Vikram Rathore and Azad. The purpose of the inquiry was to ascertain the dynamics between the two personas that SRK played in the film. “What is the relation between the two characters played by Shah Rukh Khan, Vikram Rathore, and Azad, in the film Jawan?” Examine the query. The choices that were offered were: A. Companions B. Dad and grandson Dad-son C. Uncle-nephew D.

The competitor quickly and properly selected Father-Son, option C. The studio audience applauded when the correct response was given. Given how quickly the early questions on the program progressed, Amitabh Bachchan may have decided not to provide any trivia or insights pertaining to the answers during this round, even though it is his usual habit to do so.

Concerning Jawan

The ensemble cast of Jawan, which was produced by Red Chillies Entertainment, the production company of Shah Rukh and Gauri Khan, included Nayanthara, Vijay Sethupathi, Deepika Padukone, Sanya Malhotra, Priyamani, and Sunil Grover. Netflix India is now offering the movie for streaming. It allegedly made Rs 1146 crore at the worldwide box office during its theatrical premiere. The script was co-written by Atlee and S. Ramanagirivasan.

Atlee acknowledges Jawan 2.

Following the director’s recent confirmation of Jawan’s sequel, the hashtag #Jawan2 trended on social media. Atlee said in an interview that he thinks Vikram Rathore is his idol and that he would want to spin off the character.

“Shah Rukh sir, having these many audiences, these many footfalls and giving a blockbuster like ‘Pathaan’, even then when he comes to our set, he comes like a newcomer,” Atlee recalled his relationship with the actor. “So, what should I do?” he asks. They are there (at the top) for that reason. That’s the lesson we ought to learn from them. They are an inspiration to all performers, technicians, and other people involved in the film industry, in my opinion. It should feel like our first day, and we should feel rejuvenated.”

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