The Shah Rukh Khan and Nayanthara-starrer Jawan hit theaters on September 7th, and it has already made a significant impact by raking in an impressive opening of approximately Rs 72-73 crore in India. The film is earning critical acclaim for its stellar performances, gripping dialogues, mass appeal, and powerful musical score. Deepika Padukone‘s cameo appearance is garnering special praise. With positive feedback pouring in from the audience, the film is now gaining support from the film industry. Celebrities who have watched the movie are taking to social media to share their reviews. Rakul Preet Singh recently shared her thoughts on the film, highlighting Deepika’s exceptional cameo. Deepika, in turn, has responded to the praise with gratitude.
Deepika Padukone reacts to Rakul Preet Singh’s review of Shah Rukh Khan’s Jawan
On Friday, September 8th, Rakul Preet Singh took to her Instagram stories to express her thoughts on the movie Jawan. Her review included special mentions for director Atlee, lead pair Shah Rukh Khan and Nayanthara, and Deepika Padukone. Here’s what she wrote: “I don’t have enough words to explain the emotion of watching jawan!! Just (fire emojis) @atlee47 the world is blown away by your magic @iamsrk bow down sir (folded hands emojis) @nayanthara how gorgeous are you!! Star (red heart emojis) @deepikapadukone your cameo was sooo impactful.. Stunning (heart eyes emoji).”
In response to Rakul’s heartfelt praise, Deepika re-shared her review on her own Instagram story and expressed her gratitude with a flying kiss sticker. Have a look:
Earlier, on the evening of September 7th, filmmaker Karan Johar took to his Instagram Stories to share a captivating still of his close friend, Shah Rukh Khan. The image portrays Shah Rukh exuding his timeless charisma, wearing an intense expression. Karan Johar accompanied the picture with a simple yet poignant caption, referring to SRK as the ‘Emperor.’
The movie also boasts an impressive ensemble cast that includes Vijay Sethupathi, Sanya Malhotra, Priyamani, Sunil Grover, Ridhi Dogra, and more. The film, directed by Atlee, has garnered praise not only for its compelling storyline but also for the remarkable musical score by Anirudh Ravichander.