Following the huge success of his previous film, 'Pathaan,' Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan is now gearing up for the release of his next project.
The film, titled 'Jawan,' is directed by Atlee and promises to present Shah Rukh Khan in a never-before-seen persona.
The developers of 'Jawan' just debuted the much-anticipated trailer, which left fans enthralled with its unexpected twists.
The tracklist for the highly awaited SRK film has now been revealed on social media, sparking even more excitement among his fans.
Manobala Vijayabalan, a trade expert, revealed the tracklist for 'Jawan' on Twitter, indicating that the film will have a total of six songs.
The tweet mentioned the following tracks: 'Jawan Title Song', 'Faratha' song featuring Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone, SRK's Girl Gang Steals the Show', 'Jail Song', 'Nayanthara Introduction Song', 'Dil Tere Naal Jodiyaan Song' featuring Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone, and a 'End Credit Song' which is a remake of 'Ramaiya Vatsavaiya'.
The post also hinted at a previously unknown appearance by Shah Rukh Khan in the film.
'Jawan,' directed by Atlee, stars Nayanthara, Vijay Sethupathi, Deepika Padukone, Sanya Malhotra, and Ridhi Dogra in addition to Shah Rukh Khan. Fans are eagerly awaiting the film's theatrical debut, which is set for September 7, 2023.
Once 'Jawan' hits the theatres, Shah Rukh Khan will turn his focus to another intriguing movie titled 'Dunki'.
The film is directed by noted filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani and stars Taapsee Pannu as the lead.
Taapsee has stated that she will be romancing Shah Rukh Khan in the film, which has piqued the interest of their fans. 'Dunki' is scheduled to be released in December 2023, and moviegoers are excited to see this new combo on the big screen.
With multiple projects in the works, Shah Rukh Khan continues to captivate audiences with his diverse roles and ability to surprise his fans with each new venture.
Both 'Jawan' and 'Dunki' contain a lot of potential, and fans can't wait to see Shah Rukh Khan's magic on the big screen again.