Pathaan, starring Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, and John Abraham, is breaking box office records daily. Yesterday, Pathaan’s team discussed the film’s global box office success. At the press conference, Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, John Abraham, and Pathaan director Siddharth Anand celebrated the film’s success. Shah Rukh Khan compared himself, Deepika, and John to Manmohan Desai’s 1977 film “Amar, Akbar, Anthony” and preached love, unity, and inclusivity.
Shah Rukh Khan at the Pathaan press conference: “Deepika is Amar, I am Akbar, and John is Anthony.”
King Khan compared himself and his co-stars to Amar Akbar Anthony at yesterday’s Pathaan event, which went viral on social media. “Deepika Padukone is Amar, Shah Rukh Khan is Akbar, and John is Anthony.” Amar, Akbar, and Anthony Thus, cinema. He said, “There are no differences between us in any culture, in any aspect of life.” SRK went on to say that they are hungry for audience love and that box office collection aren’t as important as fan love.
Shah Rukh Khan says, “We’re hungry for the audience’s love.”
We make movies because we love you. Give us love. We crave audience love. Crores don’t matter… “Love is everything,” the actor said. He added that artists make films to spread happiness, kindness, love, and brotherhood. “Even when I play a bad guy in “Darr” or John is bad in this film, we act.” This is not meant to offend. He called it entertainment.
Shah Rukh’s touching message touched fans. One Reddit user wrote, “Ek hi to dil hai, kitni baar jeetoge Shah Rukh!” while another wrote, “I love the analogy SRK made here.” He’s a national treasure!