Shah Rukh Khan’s action-packed film “Jawan” finally hit theaters on September 7, much to the delight of his eager fans. The excitement surrounding the star’s return to the big screen is palpable, and there are high hopes for a box office success, much like his earlier release, “Pathaan.”
Directed by Atlee, “Jawan” boasts a star-studded cast, including Nayanthara, Vijay Sethupathi, Sanya Malhotra, Priyamani, Yogi Babu, Sunil Grover, Simarjeet Singh Nagra, Azzy Bagria, Manahar Kumar, and others. Deepika Padukone also makes an extended cameo appearance in the movie.
However, amidst all the buzz and anticipation, there’s an unfortunate development for fans eagerly awaiting the theatrical release. The film has been leaked online in high definition, available for free download.
The anticipation for “Jawan” is evident from its robust advance booking, with over 11 lakh tickets sold across various Indian languages, including Tamil, Hindi, and Telugu. The film even had early morning screenings in few cities at 2.15 a.m., 5 a.m., and 6 a.m.
Regrettably, within hours of its release, “Jawan” fell victim to piracy, as reported by prominent media outlet. Pirated versions of the film are now accessible in different formats and in HD quality for illegal viewing and downloading on various torrent websites.
The movie can now be easily found on several unauthorized platforms in HD, 300MB, 1080p, 720p, and other versions.
Websites like FilmyZilla, 123mkv, MoviesWick, Hdhub4u, Kuttymovies, and others have been offering links to download the film illegally, despite copyright restrictions. Engaging with such websites not only violates copyright laws but also exposes your device to malware and other online risks.
Despite the unfortunate leak, “Jawan” is expected to make waves in Indian cinema, thanks to Shah Rukh Khan’s compelling performance, Vijay Sethupathi’s formidable antagonist role, intense action sequences, and a gripping storyline. Fans are eager to witness this cinematic spectacle on the big screen.
Disclaimer: While piracy remains a persistent issue in the film industry, it is crucial to support filmmakers and artists by purchasing tickets and experiencing the movie in theaters legally. CINEREVEAL does not endorse or promote piracy in any form, as it is a criminal offence under the Copyright Act of 1957. And urges viewers to respect copyright laws.