Salman Khan To Have A Cameo In Shah Rukh Khan’s Next Film Pathan?

Reportedly, Salman Khan will be playing a cameo role in Shah Rukh Khan’s next film titled Pathan, the shooting for which has already begun. Read below to find out more details

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December 16, 2020

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Reportedly, Salman Khan will be seen in a cameo role in Shahrukh’s next film titled Pathan. It’s been a while since Shah Rukh’s films hit gold, and it is believed that Salman’s presence in his new venture might make things better. Watch the news video below to find out more details regarding Salman’s cameo in SRK’s next film Pathan 

According to the reports, Shah Rukh’s last film Zero that came out in 2018 was an unsuccessful venture. Even though several steps were taken to make the film a success, it failed to perform well at the box office. Due to this, Shah Rukh is now taking help from Salman to make his next film Pathan a success.

After Zero, no upcoming film of Shah Rukh Khan has been announced yet.  ‘King Khan’ often resorts to humor to convey how ‘free’ he is these days. Recently, when his wife Gauri won an award, Khan’s response to her victory was quite sarcastic. He wrote on Twitter that at least someone from their house is winning an award. Take a look at his tweet below :

According to the reports, even though Shah Rukh Khan has been trying to convey to his fans that he is quite ‘easy’, but in reality, he is very worried about his career.

The shooting of Pathan has reportedly begun already and a few pictures from the shoot where SRK looked quite ‘dapper’ were released earlier in the month. In the film, ‘tiger’ Salman Khan will be seen playing the cameo role of ‘Avinash Singh Rathore’. Both Salman and Shah Rukh will be seen essaying the roles of RAW agents and in January 2021, Salman will go to Dubai for shooting his role. According to the sources, Salman will be seen sharing screen space with Shahrukh for approximately 15 minutes.

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