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Jhoome Jo Pathaan Song Out, Receives Mixed Reviews

The pan India movie, 'Pathaan', is directed by Siddharth Anand and is scheduled to release worldwide on January 25, 2023

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INDIA: The second track from Shahrukh Khan and Deepika Padukone starrer ‘Pathaan’ is here. Titled Jhoome Jo Pathaan, the foot-tapping number features the lead pair in a stylish avatar. Sung by Arijit Singh and Sukriti Kakkar, the song will make you get up, let your hair down and dance.

The first song of the upcoming action-packed movie had already taken the internet by storm. Fans went gaga over the peppy number, and it instantly became a party favourite.

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Bosco and Caesar have choreographed the new sensational party anthem.

In less than an hour, Jhoome Jo Pathaan has made it to the top of trends. After all, we are talking about everyone’s favourite SRK. Jhoome Jo Pathaan is all about the sassy moves and ravishing appearances of Deepika Padukone and Shah Rukh Khan, the “Badshah of Bollywood.”

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The song’s settings and visually appealing aesthetics are a delight to watch.

Talking about the movie Khan said, “I wasn’t enjoying the process of filmmaking, which is most important for me, even more than the film itself. When we started shooting ‘Pathaan’, it was a lot of fun and action. It’s the kind of film I have always wanted to do for 30 years. I’ve always considered myself somebody who can do cool action and stuff.” 

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The superstar expressed his desire to work in such a movie twenty years ago. “It’s a little late. At the age of 56, I’m trying to be macho and solid and trying to make it work, but I think Siddharth and the whole action team have put in a lot of effort. I hope I will look like a good action hero,” he added.

The pan India movie, ‘Pathaan’, is directed by Siddharth Anand and is scheduled to release worldwide on January 25, 2023, in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.

Also Read: Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Return Ticket’ Filming Disrupted amid ‘Pathaan’ Controversy 

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