Pathaan Movie Review

As a big Shah Rukh Khan fan, I was eagerly waiting for his latest release, “Pathan.” After all, it’s been four years since he last graced the big screen and the buzz around this movie was palpable. So, is “Pathan” everything it’s been made out to be? Well, I can say that it’s a decent movie with its ups and downs.

The story revolves around two characters, Pathan played by SRK and Jim played by John Abraham. The film takes us through their journey and how they meet, and the battles they fight against each other. John Abraham’s directorial skills have left Pathan alive many times, which was unexpected but adds a layer of depth to the villain’s character.

One of the standout moments in the movie is a dialogue that sums up the film nicely: “A soldier doesn’t ask what his country has done for him, but what he can do for his country.” This message hits home and adds an emotional depth to the story.

The first half of the movie is shown through flashbacks, which wasn’t a problem, but it did take away some of the suspense. Additionally, some of the fan service moments didn’t really have much to do with the story and felt like they were just there to appease the fans.

However, the acting was top-notch, with SRK, Deepika Padukone, and John Abraham all bringing their A-game. John Abraham’s villainous character was given a lot of weight, and I must say, I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed watching him on screen.

The action in the movie was abundant, and while it wasn’t 100% perfect in terms of quality, it was still fun to watch. There were some scenes that felt a bit over-the-top and unnecessary, but overall, the action kept the momentum of the movie going.

The mid-credit scene was a fun addition, and I was impressed with the post-credit scene as well. It hinted at a larger universe, and I’m curious to see what the future holds for this franchise.

In conclusion, if you’re a SRK fan and have low expectations, you’ll probably enjoy this movie. However, if you’re looking for a movie with a strong story and logic, you may be disappointed. Overall, “Pathan” is a good movie that takes the genre of action films forward, but it’s not without its flaws.

Manish Sharma
Manish Sharma

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