Shah Rukh Khan Fans Go Crazy For Pathaan They Danced In Theater NDTV Hindi NDTV India

Craze of 'Pathan' on the fans of Shahrukh Khan, leaving everything, crowds of people started dancing fiercely in cinema halls

‘Pathan’ craze on the fans of Shahrukh Khan

New Delhi:

Actor Shah Rukh Khan’s film Pathan has been released in theatres. King Khan’s fans were very excited for the film for a long time. This is the reason why Pathan’s shows were kept very early in many theatres. The craze of Shah Rukh Khan’s fans for the film Pathan can be gauged from the fact that they started dancing to the songs of the film in all the theatres. The video of Shah Rukh Khan’s fans dancing in the cinema hall is also going viral.

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An Instagram handle named afsaralam6738 has shared a video related to the film Pathan. The video is from inside the cinema hall and the title song of the film Pathan is playing on the screen. Shahrukh Khan’s fans are seen dancing fiercely and making videos on the song. Hundreds of fans are dancing near the screen. This video of King Khan’s fans is becoming increasingly viral on social media. Other fans are also commenting on the video.

Let us tell you that in view of Pathan’s first day first show, the number of shows in theaters has been increased. This decision has been taken in view of the increasing craze among the audience towards the film. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh ​​has given information about increasing the number of shows in theatres. Along with this, he has also told that now how many shows of Kul Pathan will run in theatres. Taran Adarsh ​​has told that in view of Pathan’s first day first show, 300 more shows have been extended. With this, Shahrukh Khan’s film has become Bollywood’s biggest Hindi film in terms of screen count. After increasing 300 shows, now the total number of screens of Pathan has increased to 8 thousand, out of which 5,500 screens have been released in India and 2,500 screens abroad.

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