Jawan Creates History: Shah Rukh Khan Starrer Becomes First Indian Film To Release On World’s Largest Cinema Screen

By: Priyal Joshi

Jawan, starring Shah Rukh Khan, made history by becoming the first Indian movie to be shown on the biggest screen ever. The IMAX theater at Leonberg in Germany is the screen  we’re talking about. The movie is scheduled for a September 7 global release. After several sequences and dialogue were edited, the censor board gave Jawan a U/A certificate. Additionally, there have been certain cuts associated with certification. Social media users have discovered a copy of the movie’s censor certificate, which lists 7 suggested alterations for the final print.

All age groups are permitted to view a movie with a “U/A” rating. Parental supervision is advised for children under the age of 12, as the movie contains some violent action sequences. The certificate states that images of a beheaded body have been erased, images of a suicide have been appropriately downplayed, and references to the Honorable President of India have been changed to “Head of State.” In addition to these cuts, the CBFC requested that specific speech be modified and that NSG be replaced with IISG in the SRK-Nayanthara blockbuster. ‘Jawan’ lasts 2 hours, 49 minutes.

Additionally, it is said that Shah Rukh would appear in the movie in six different appearances and will play two roles. In addition, the legendary performer disclosed during a recent #AskSRK session that the movie has a major focus on “women empowerment.” The movie also includes Vijay Sethupathi, Sanya Malhotra, and Priyamani in a crucial role in addition to Shah Rukh Khan and Nayanthara. In the eagerly anticipated action-thriller, which is being directed by renowned director from the south Indian film industry, Atlee Kumar, Deepika Padukone is reportedly rumored to have a lengthy cameo.