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In only 24 hours, SRK’s movie “Jawan” has received 112 million views

<p>In terms of 24-hour view counts, the pre-release trailer for Shah Rukh Khan’s movie Jawan easily broke all prior records established by teasers and trailers in the Indian film business.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-69189″ src=”×417.jpg” alt=”” width=”1353″ height=”752″ srcset=”×417.jpg 750w,×427.jpg 768w,×83.jpg 150w, 1024w” sizes=”(max-width: 1353px) 100vw, 1353px” /></p>
<p>With 112 million views across all platforms, the video’s enormous popularity has broken previous records and set a new high point for the Indian film industry.</p>
<p>The most popular video in the first 24 hours was Jawan’s Prevue, which is a reflection of how well-liked SRK is, how universally appealing the movie is, and how eagerly people are anticipating its debut.</p>
<p>The “prevue” is sparkling with Atlee’s charm, winning love and respect from the crowd while showcasing SRK’s brand-new bald appearance and Nayanthara’s hard-core action. It showcases Shah Rukh’s natural swagger and high-octane action by the whole celebrity ensemble as they battle an army of ladies. Stars Vijay Sethupathi, Deepika Padukone, and Sanya Malhotra are also hinted at.</p>
<p>The record-breaking views for Jawan demonstrate the power of compelling narrative and successful marketing in an entertainment industry that is becoming more and more cutthroat. The video exceeded all expectations and had a big impact on Indian internet culture.</p>
<p>The huge reaction to the video is a reflection of the enormous fan following the movie already had before it was shown in theatres. The movie is a Red Chillies Entertainment production, with Atlee directing, Gauri Khan producing, and Gaurav Verma co-producing.</p>
<p>In Telugu, Tamil, and Hindi, it will be released on September 7.</p>

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