Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone are joining hands for the much-anticipated action thriller Pathan, and numerous sources assure that filming will begin in Mumbai in the last week of this month. Pathan is part of Aditya Chopra’s spy world. After a week of shooting in the city, SRK and Deepika will go to Spain to film an action-packed schedule for Pathan, which will include incredibly mounted action scenes as well as a massive song.
It’s game time for Team Pathan as Shah Rukh Khan and his co-stars Deepika Padukone and John Abraham begin filming the movie at YRF Studios. The team will have a demanding week ahead of them, after which SRK, Deepika, and John are slated to travel to Spain for roughly 3 weeks. Director Siddharth Anand has big ideas for Pathan, and he’s always been clear about doing a deliberate outdoor schedule in places like Spain to add to the movie’s visual thrill for spectators. Siddharth Anand’s works always set the benchmark, and he intends to do so again this time. The film’s grandiose timetable in Spain is crucial, inside sources revealed.
Also, the sources added, With Pathan, Aditya Chopra is leaving no stone unturned in his quest to create a tremendous big-screen cinematic experience. Adi and Siddharth Anand are a fantastic duo, as evidenced by their previous performances, including the world-record-breaking War (2019). They realise that with each picture they create together, they must provide moviegoers with something they’ve never seen before. That is exactly what Pathan will accomplish. The film was created with the goal of providing maximum visual impact and pleasure. As a result, every creation move is meticulously planned to ensure that Pathan is the perfect action thriller that burns up the box office.
Pathan is set in the spy multiverse and includes a cameo appearance by Salman Khan. In Shah Rukh Khan’s flick, he’ll reprise his role as Tiger. Meanwhile, YRF is working on Tiger 3, which would star Shah Rukh Khan in a cameo role. As per the reports, the shoot for Tiger 3 is scheduled to wrap up by the end of February.