Shah Rukh Khan’s latest film, Jawan, has been a success not just in India, but also overseas. The action-vigilante-thriller has taken even South America by storm, with audiences in Peru having a ball watching the film. King Khan thanked the Peruvian audiences for their love on Twitter, writing: “Thank u Peru!!! Very happy and Grateful… seeing all the videos coming from u all. Continue loving #Jawan this way!!!”
Jawan has been praised for its action sequences, performances, and direction. Khan’s performance has been particularly lauded, with many critics calling it his best work in years. The film is expected to continue its strong run at the box office in the coming days and could soon reach the ₹1000 crore mark worldwide, making it the first Indian film to do so. I’m glad to see that Jawan is being enjoyed by audiences all over the world. It’s a testament to the power of Indian cinema and Shah Rukh Khan’s star power.
Shah Rukh Khan’s Jawan Takes South America by Storm, Audiences Dance to Hit Songs. A video shared by Shah Rukh Khan’s fan club and retweeted by the Bollywood superstar shows audiences going wild in theaters in Peru, dancing to the movie’s biggest songs “Zinda Banda Ho” and “Not Ramaiyaa Vastavaiyaa.”
The songs, composed by Anirudh Ravichander, have been a big success both in India and overseas, and the video shows Peruvian audiences dancing to the songs and imitating the moves. Apart from Peru, the movie has also done well in theaters in Brazil, and has been a blockbuster in North America, particularly in Mexico and the US.
The video is a testament to the global reach of Indian cinema and Shah Rukh Khan’s star power. It is also a reminder that music is a universal language that can bring people together from all over the world. I am glad to see that Jawan is being enjoyed by audiences all over the world. It is a well-made film with great music, and it is well-deserved that it is being such a success.