Jawan, starring Shah Rukh Khan, Nayanthara, and Vijay Sethupathi, has shattered all box office records and is dominating the charts. Fans are praising it not only in India, but all over the world. The picture has sparked tremendous frenzy, and theatres have been packed ever since it was released.
Fans have been sharing their thoughts on Jawan, and social media sites have been swamped with movie snippets. A video of irate fans requesting a refund for Jawan has gone viral amid the enthusiasm for Shah Rukh and his movies.
A few days ago, a person posted a video on Instagram about her experience seeing Jawan in theatres with her partner. The couple, however, revealed that they were disappointed because of a major goof up by the cinema hall.
In the video, it is shown that the theatre in the UK began with the second half of Jawan. The entire film was screened in half the time it took to complete. The crowd was perplexed since they couldn’t understand the plot. They were astonished to learn that the story concluded in less than an hour.
The user went on to explain in the video that they later discovered that the theatre had accidentally aired the second half of the film instead of the first half.
The user also disclosed near the end of the video that the venue later provided them complimentary tickets.
“Troll hi hogaya 🥲 Pls watch the entire video to see what happened while I went to watch srk movie in cinema after YEARS! 😭@vue you should not only refund one ticket but entire years tickets for spoiling my dream actor’s movie 😭 @iamsrk only if you could see what happened with your fans,” the caption of the viral post read.
Check out the post below:
Shah Rukh portrays both a father and a son in Jawan. In the film, Nayanthara plays a no-nonsense cop, whereas Vijay Sethupathi plays a scary cop. Deepika Padukone and Sanjay Dutt make cameo appearances in the film, which is directed by Atlee.
Jawan also has notable performances by Sanya Malhotra, Priyamani, Girija Oak, Sunil Grover, Lehar Khan, and others. It was released in theatres on September 7, and it has already grossed Rs 500 crore globally.