Shah Rukh Khan’s Electrifying Dual Roles In Jawan’s “Not Ramaiya Vastavaiya” Extended Version

Shah Rukh Khan is basking in the glory of his recent release, “Jawan,” directed by Atlee Kumar. The film showcases SRK in the dual roles of Azad and Vikram Rathore, and audiences are showering love on both his characters as well as the film, propelling it to box office stardom.

Extended Version of “Not Ramaiya Vastavaiya” Released

On September 16th, the extended version of one of the songs from “Jawan,” titled “Not Ramaiya Vastavaiya,” was released in Hindi and dubbed Tamil and Telugu versions. This special version of the song features Shah Rukh Khan alongside Nayanthara, but what truly surprises fans is the dance sequence showcasing both Azad and Vikram Rathore grooving together. SRK shared the song on Twitter with the message, “All work and no joy makes handsome a dull boy. Let Daddy show u how it’s done… disco jazz blues saare bhool jaa… desi beat pe bas jhool jaa…”

Behind the Music

"Experience the magic as Shah Rukh Khan dazzles in the extended version of "Not Ramaiya Vastavaiya" from Jawan, showcasing his dual roles like never before!"

The captivating music of “Not Ramaiya Vastavaiya” is composed by Anirudh Ravichander, with lyrics penned by Kumar. The song features vocals from Ravichander, Vishal Dadlani, and Shilpa Rao.

Celebrating “Jawan”

A post-release event for “Jawan” was held in Mumbai on September 15th, attended by SRK, Atlee, Vijay Sethupathi, Deepika Padukone, and Anirudh Ravichander, among others. Shah Rukh Khan shared the significance of this event, emphasizing the film’s four-year journey, delayed due to COVID and time constraints. He praised the dedication of the entire team, especially those who relocated from the South to Mumbai to work tirelessly on the film.

“Jawan”: A Grand Bollywood Debut

Directed by renowned Tamil filmmaker Atlee Kumar, “Jawan” marks his Bollywood debut and is produced by Gauri Khan under the Red Chillies banner. The film boasts an ensemble cast including Shah Rukh Khan, Nayanthara, Vijay Sethupathi, Sanya Malhotra, Sunil Grover, Priyamani, and Deepika Padukone in a special appearance. “Jawan” made history by achieving the biggest opening for a Bollywood film.

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