It has been hours since Shah Rukh Khan‘s Pathaan was launched in theatres throughout India and it looks like the craze is not going wherever quickly. Given its big response on the opening day, Yash Raj Films have now added a post-midnight, 12.30 am present, throughout the nation starting Wednesday, to satisfy the general public demand. Also learn: Pathaan movie review: Shah Rukh Khan’s comeback film is high on action, low on logic
Film commerce analyst Taran Adarsh confirmed the event, “PATHAAN’ MIDNIGHT SHOWS BEGIN… #YRF adds late night shows of #Pathaan – starting tonight [from 12.30 am] – across #India to meet the unprecedented public demand.”
Directed by Siddharth Anand, Pathaan marks Shah Rukh’s return to a full-length movie. It additionally stars Deepika Padukone and John Abraham in lead roles. The movie opened to huge celebrations amongst followers throughout India, adopted by classes of dancing, hooting, and even whistling in single-screen theatres and multiplexes, full of crowds.
According to PTI, it opened on 5,000 screens with huge cities, akin to Delhi-NCR and Mumbai, starting with reveals as early as 6 am and seven am. Apart from this, greater than 300 screens had been added to satisfy the demand, which now stands at 8,500 worldwide, as per Taran.
“It’ll be the first blockbuster of 2023. 2022 was disappointing for Hindi film industry. But Pathaan will act as oxygen for the ailing lungs of the industry…Controversy brings your film to limelight. Don’t underestimate the audience,” stated Taran throughout an interview with ANI. He additionally shared his first-hand expertise from an early present and known as it a ‘larger-than-life, well-made entertainer’.
Apart from this, a number of celebrities have additionally praised the Shah Rukh Khan-starrer and gave a shoutout on social media. From Katrina Kaif and Karan Johar to Anurag Kashyap and Raveena Tandon, many had been left mighty impressed after watching the movie.
The Hindustan Times evaluate of Pathaan learn, “Pathaan doesn’t bore you but does seem a tad stretched in the second half when you’re longing to arrive at the climax. There are some dialogues that make you laugh or sound too heavy, but the overall writing isn’t impressive enough to leave a mark. Pathaan is high on action but it’s better if you do not question the logic behind gravity-defying lifts and drops for there’s none. They are a visual treat and a spectacle that immerses you without even trying too hard. It gets a bit too unrealistic at times, but that’s what you get when filmmakers try to mount a film on the scale of a Hollywood actioner.”