Shah Rukh Khan’s Jawan Dialogue Was Improvised by Dialogue Writer
Subheading 1: The Famous Dialogue
Shah Rukh Khan’s now famous dialogue “Bete ko hath lagane se pehle, baap se baat kar” (Before touching the son, deal with the father) in Jawan wasn’t part of the script initially, says the film’s dialogue writer Sumit Arora.
Subheading 2: Fan Reactions
The dialogue had instantly caught the attention of Shah Rukh’s fans when it was first shown in the action-entertainer’s trailer that was launched a week before its release on September 7.
- Many fans on social media have linked the dialogue to the arrest of Shah Rukh’s son Aryan Khan in the drugs-on-cruise case in October 2021.
- Aryan was granted bail after spending 25 days in jail and later given a clean chit.
Subheading 3: How the Dialogue Came into the Film
Detailing how the dialogue became a part of the movie, Arora said it was incorporated in the film on the day of the shoot.
- The dialogue was improvised on the set by Sumit Arora, the dialogue writer.
- Shah Rukh Khan and the director Atlee both agreed that the line was powerful and appropriate for the scene.
Subheading 4: Writer’s Perspective
The writer, Arora, said that they didn’t expect the dialogue to resonate with people in such a way.
- Arora mentioned that the way SRK delivered the dialogue gave them goosebumps.
- He added that as a writer, you can only write a line, but its destiny goes on to write itself.
Subheading 5: Upcoming Projects
Arora’s upcoming projects include Kabir Khan’s Chandu Champion featuring Kartik Aaryan, and Raj Nidimoru & Krishna-directed Indian version of “Citadel”.
Jawan, a pan-India film, has been a huge success at the box office, amassing over Rs 600 crore gross worldwide.
A Red Chillies Entertainment presentation, Jawan is produced by Gauri Khan and co-produced by Gaurav Verma.
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