Shah Rukh Khan was joined by the director of Pathaan, Siddharth Anand, in Dubai.
Last Updated: 02.43 AM, Jan 15, 2023
Shah Rukh Khan, who is in Dubai for the Pathaan movie's marketing, observed the film trailer's Saturday display atop the Burj Khalifa, the tallest structure in the world. Shah Rukh went to a promotion event wearing black casual clothes and a black jacket that matched. He stood on stage as the Pathaan trailer played in the background. He also struck his famous pose.
Shah Rukh spoke a few lines from the movie and did the Pathaan hook step from the song Jhoome Jo Pathaan during the promotional event. On social media, a number of fan clubs posted images and videos from Dubai.
Shah Rukh can be heard reciting his Pathaan dialogues, "Party rakhoge to mehmaan nawaazi ke liye Pathaan to aayega aur saath mein pathaake bhi layega," in a video of him speaking them at an event. Another line from the movie was also spoken by him: "Apni kursi ki peti baandh lo, mausam bigadne wala hai."
In a statement, Vice President of International Distribution Nelson D'Souza talked about showing the Pathaan trailer at the Burj Khalifa. He said that a movie like Pathaan, which is one of the most anticipated movies of our time, deserves to be shown to audiences in the most luxurious way possible. As the movie's trailer will be displayed on the renowned Burj Khalifa, Dubai will be honouring Shah Rakh Khan and Pathaan, which they are happy to announce.
He also said that they are happy that Shah Rukh Khan, who is in the United Arab Emirates for the International League T20, will be able to make it to the premiere of the trailer on top of one of the world's most impressive buildings. Due to the unusual level of support that Pathaan is receiving from both SRK's fans and audiences in the UAE, they believe that this activity is appropriate for the buzz that the movie now carries.
In addition to promoting Pathaan, Shah Rukh travelled to Dubai for the International League T20 opening ceremony. Siddharth Anand directed the movie Pathaan, which also stars John Abraham, Deepika Padukone, Dimple Kapadia, and Ashutosh Rana. On January 25, it will open in theatres all around the world, marking Shah Rukh's comeback to the big screen after a four-year absence.