The trailer for Pathaan will debut online on January 10, 2023.
Last Updated: 03.21 AM, Jan 09, 2023
One of the most anticipated movies in Hindi cinema to date, Pathaan, has started counting down to its release. A new announcement from Yash Raj Films says that the movie's trailer will be shown to the public for the first time on January 10. The production company also guaranteed that the trailer, which stars Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, and John Abraham, will be high on excitement, action, and scale. Since then, there has been industry-wide discussion about whether Salman Khan, the pioneer of the spy universe, will also appear in the trailer.
As per reports in Bollywood Hungama, a Yash Raj Films insider said that the tension is there. Being a thinker, Aditya Chopra knows how to play his cards close to his chest. Salman Khan has a cameo in the movie, which the public is aware of, but he is undecided as to whether or not to include it in the trailer. In order to make two trailers for Pathaan, he instructed his production staff to have Salman Khan as Tiger in one and not in the other.
Not only that, but the source also revealed that Aditya's plan is to spread awareness of Salman and his spy world by adhering to the adage "less is more."
The source told the entertainment portal that Pathaan's entire campaign is an example of "less is more." Therefore, even though there could be fewer sequences of Salman, communication will continue. Who knows, maybe the trailer will give people some hints about him even if he isn't there for the entire clip. With the two biggest stars in Hindi cinema, Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan, Aditya has produced the movie's best scene. The source concluded by asking people to just wait for the movie and the scene to go off like nothing anyone has ever seen.
As the portal has said before, Salman Khan made the bravest entrance of his career in Pathaan by riding a helicopter to save SRK from the Russian Army. Which digital release of the Pathaan trailer will there be? We have to wait patiently until January 10.