The craze for Shah Rukh Khan starrer Jawan soars with each passing day as King Khan’s wave gets real! Jawan stands directed by Atlee and also stars Nayanthara and Vijay Sethupathi in key roles. The film already contains a glittery star cast, which gets a cherry on top with Deepika Padukone’s cameo. The fans were given a surprise with the first song titled Zinda Banda from Jawan. As we witnessed SRK groove to the peppy number, the song has successfully touched a milestone within a day of its release.
Jawan’s first song Zinda Banda crosses over 46 million views on YouTube
Within a day of its release, Shah Rukh Khan’s song Zinda Banda has crossed over 46 million views on YouTube in 24 hours! Yes, just in 24 hours! Now, that’s what you call SRK craze. Red Chillies Entertainment took to its Instagram handle and dropped the big news. It captioned, “Taking the internet by storm! Thank you for all the love. (black heart and fire emoji)”
Zinda Banda is one of the most expensive songs made as it is produced on a budget of Rs.15 crores! Not just this, there’s more to the peppy track. Shah Rukh Khan grooved to the song along with a thousand female dancers.
In the song, the actor can be seen shaking his leg with co-star Sanya Malhotra, Priyamani and others. With the ease that SRK is dancing along with his female squad, it looks like a piece of cake for SRK to nail every frame! The song was released in three languages, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. Check out the song if you haven’t!
King Khan’s Jawan stands directed by one of the most ace director Atlee. The film is produced by SRK’s wife Gauri Khan under their home banner Red Chillies Entertainment. Being one of the highest anticipated films of the year, Jawan prevue took the internet by storm as it gave a glimpse to SRK’s Jawan world. Meanwhile, the film-makers have dropping bombs with the first looks of Shah Rukh Khan followed by Nayanthara and Vijay Sethupathi.
With the already bubbling excitement for the film, the Atlee-directorial is all set to have a worldwide release this year n 7 September.