KRK Warns Shah Rukh Khan To Opt Out Of Pathaan Because It Will Be A ‘Sure Shot Disaster’: “I Suggested Not …”

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Pathaan will be a pivotal film for Shah Rukh Khan’s career as well as mark his return to Bollywood. After the failure of Zero and a number of other films that underperformed, he took a hiatus from the entertainment industry. SRK was reviving himself and taking the time to read scripts and improve his choices for his filmography. KRK, meanwhile, believes that YRF’s behemoth is a poor choice. Read on for more information.

Over the past few years, SRK has experienced more failures than victories. Three movies—Happy New Year, Jab Harry Met Sejal, and Fan—had tremendous pre-release excitement and had successful opening weekends at the box office, but the bad reception capsized the ships. HNY didn’t perform as anticipated, despite the fact that it ended up being a fair success. The same thing happened with Zero, which was predicted to shatter a number of lifetime records for collections but finished quickly owing to unfavourable reviews.

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“Now I suggest to him (Shah Rukh Khan) that he (Pathaan) should not do because it would become a sure-shot disaster,” KRK stated in his tweet.

Even when he signed the contracts for Jab Harry Met Sejal, Fan, and Happy New Year, according to Kamaal R. Khan, he forewarned Shah Rukh Khan. “I advised @iamsrk to pass on the projects Happy New Year, Fan, and JHMS. But he made those movies, and all three were flops,” KRK tweeted.

Siddharth Anand, who also directed the Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff film War, is in charge of directing Pathaan. John Abraham and Deepika Padukone both play major parts in the movie.

In addition to that, Kamaal asserted—citing many instances—that Aditya Chopra might ruin SRK’s career. “Bhai Jaan @iamsrk,” he wrote. Adi Chopra has successfully ruined the careers of #Akshay #Ranbir #Aamir #Ranveer #Arjun and your film #Pathaan is up next! Best wishes, Bhai.

In addition, Shah Rukh Khan has the upcoming films Dunki by Rajkumar Hirani and Jawan by Atlee.

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