After Shah Rukh Khan Announces His Return On Screen In 2021; Netizens Have A Meltdown And Trend ‘King SRK In Theatres In 2021’ With Full Power

Superstar Shah Rukh Khan has been missing from action on-screen since Zero released in 2018. It has been 2 years he hasn’t released his films and his fans are waiting with bated breath to see him again on the big screens. However, with the new year, the superstar gave his fans the best new year gift by saying that he will be coming this year to wow the audience on the big screen. While making a NY wish to his gazillion fans, he shared a video message, praying for everyone’s good health and prosperity. What caught everyone’s attention was when he signed off saying that he will see all on the big screens in 2021 and this caused a meltdown on social media as they are excited to see him in his upcoming movie, Pathan.

Even though the film is not officially announced, fans are already creating hype on social media by trending ‘KING SRK IN THEATRES IN 2021’. With utmost love and excitement, the new trend is trending in full blast. A fan commented, “Even I’m quite excited to see #SRK back on the big screen this year! Pathan sounds epic!  KING SRK IN THEATRES IN 2021” while another one wrote, “Finally…SRK gave the hint:))after a long vanvas!!!! The king is coming back I’m so excited and I can’t hide it…  KING SRK IN THEATRES IN 2021” Well, it looks like it was indeed a great start for all die-hard fans who were yearning to see him on the silver screen for a long time.

Meanwhile, it is reported that Pathan is a spy-thriller which also stars Deepika Padukone, John Abraham and will be released under Yash Raj Films. Reportedly, Aditya Chopra is pretty keen to pull off the YRF’s spy universe with Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif and Hrithik Roshan coming together for a film.

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