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The story of PATHAAN is about an agent who loves his country and works hard for it. In 2019, when the Indian government took away Article 370, a Pakistani general named Qadir (Manish Wadhwa) was furious and decided to get even. He makes a deal with Jim, played by John Abraham, a feared terrorist who hates India very much.
Nandini (Dimple Kapadia) from RAW sees a mysterious woman in France with whom she has had some kind of connection in the past. Because of this, she decides to meet Pathaan (Shah Rukh Khan), an agent who used to be one of India’s best but is now thought to have gone bad.
When Pathaan met Rubina Mohsin (Deepika Padukone) three years ago, things went from bad to worse for him. But right now, Pathaan is what the country needs to save itself from Jim. The rest of the movie is about what comes next.
Siddharth Anand’s plot is easy and cliched. Shridhar Raghavan’s screenplay is full of action, humour, thrills, and emotions. Abbas Tyrewala writes sophisticated, conversational dialogue.
it’s hard to understand how Pathaan gets into even the most secure areas and gets out of them almost unscathed. The Afghanistan scene in the end is not a surprise. But the filmmakers make up for these flaws with high-octane action and exciting scenes, so you won’t have much to say about it when you leave the theatre.
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The first scene of PATHAAN is a paisa vasool scene with Shah Rukh Khan. The parts that take place in the past are also fun. Rubina’s entrance and the scene that follows are sure to get cheers and whistles from the crowd. There is a lot of humour in the Moscow episode, and the break is a big surprise.
After the break, a few scenes stand out, like the chase on the frozen lake, the madness on the train, and at the Indian Institute of Contagious Disease. The climax is tense, and the movie ends on a good note. The scene after the song at the end of the credits is great, and it makes sense in real life.
Shah Rukh Khan performs well. The star is handsome and entertaining. His humour, style, and action boost the film’s commercial appeal. He excels in emotional sequences, too. Deepika Padukone shines. She’s important to the story and cool in action. John Abraham is an ideal villain. After halftime, he gets more screen time. Salman Khan (Tiger) outstanding. His two scenes are the film’s most memorable. Dimple Kapadia, Ashutosh Rana (Captain Luthra), Manish Wadhwa, Prakash Belawadi (Scientist), Aakash Bhatija (Nandini’s junior), and the pilot do well.
PATHAAN is a complete entertainer featuring action, emotions, patriotism, comedy, thrill, and Shah Rukh Khan’s star power. It will release with a bang and become a Bollywood blockbuster. It screams BLOCKBUSTER!