In Pathaan, Salman Khan's Tiger character rescues Shah Rukh Khan's character.
Many internet users believe that the action-packed train scene in Pathaan, starring Shah Rukh Khan in the titular role, was copied directly from an old Jackie Chan cartoon show after seeing a similar scene online. From 2000 to 2005, fans could tune in to Jackie Chan Adventures.
In the movie Pathaan, Salman Khan's character, Tiger, appears on the train to rescue Shah Rukh Khan's character, from a sticky position. On a moving train, they band together to combat bad guys until the train plunges off a bridge and into the river below. The two of them, Tiger and Pathaan, run across the roof of the derailing train and dive for the edge.
Fans have cited the train scene as a highlight of Pathaan; however, some have pointed out that it has a striking similarity to a sequence in the Jackie Chan anime series.
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People were quick to say that Shah Rukh Khan's look in Pathaan was influenced by Nathan Drake from the Uncharted series after the film's train scene was compared to a scene from an Uncharted video game. The protagonist, like Tiger and Pathaan at the film's conclusion, sits on the edge of the collapsed bridge and engages in introspective dialogue.
Several viewers have also pointed out similarities between certain sequences in the SRK and Deepika Padukone film and those in the Fast and Furious and Mission: Impossible series.
The film Pathaan, which premiered in January, has become India's highest-grossing film of all time. Pathaan made over Rs 1050 crore worldwide. Under his home banner, Yash Raj Films, Aditya Chopra is in charge of producing the Siddharth Anand-directed movie. Pathaan also features John Abraham as the main antagonist and Dimple Kapadia in a pivotal role.
Now, Pathaan is all set to release in Bangladesh, making it the first film to achieve this feat since the country's formation in 1971.