The most eagerly anticipated movie With the release of the first image of Deepika Padukone from the film Pathaan, the movie Pathaan, which stars Sharukh Khan and Deepika Padukone
, is ready to hit theaters.
The motion poster of the film was posted by Yash Raj Films with the caption, “She’s ready to shoot it up a notch! Presenting @deepikapadukone in #Pathaan Celebrate #Pathaan with #YRF50 only on a big screen near you on 25th January, 2023.”
Beside Sharukh and Deepika. Pathan also stars John Abraham in the movie. Sharing this motion picture John wrote,“Stop. Stare. Shoot! Presenting @deepikapadukone in #Pathaan Motion poster link Celebrate #Pathaan with #YRF50 only at a big screen near you on 25th January, 2023. Releasing in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.” Shah Rukh also shared the poster and wrote, "Guns and grace galore. @deepikapadukone is all that and more!
The movie poster portrays Deepika as being fiery. A close-up of a bullet being fired from a pistol serves as the film's opening image. Deepika is shown holding the pistol and bleeding from a scratch on her forehead as the camera moves away.She is in a black vest and pants and has her nails painted in black. The poster of the movie has already gone viral on the social media platform and Fans are loving this new action avatar of Deepika.
While the director of the movie Siddhant in an earlier interview also talked about the actress and said“Deepika Padukone is a massive, massive star (I have to say it twice) and her presence in Pathan makes our film even more exciting and grand. No one has yet seen her look in Pathaan and we are thrilled to present a glimpse of her in our action spectacle. Deepika has a fierce role that will blow everyone’s mind.”
To celebrate his 30 years in Bollywood, Shah Rukh earlier revealed his first motion poster from the film Pathaan. The actor followed it up with an ask me anything session on Instagram. Talking about the film, he said during his fan interaction, "It was fun doing the flying, kicking.. doing everything that I always wanted to do when I was 26 or 27."