Shah Rukh Khan is back onscreen but there’s a twist. Don’t miss her Pathan look

Shah Rukh Khan brought down the internet with his style and swagger in a new commercial. The actor is seen sporting his look from his upcoming film, Pathan, in the video.

Shah Rukh Khan caused the internet collapse with his new project.

Shah Rukh Khan is a man with a captivating personality and he has proven it once again. The actor is back on screen. Well, for a few minutes, in an ad for a hair color brand. But, when it’s Shah Rukh Khan, that time is enough to burn the internet. The actor is seen singing and grooving in the commercial shot in black and white tones. What thrills fans is his rugged Pathan look, with a beard and long hair.


Shah Rukh Khan has long been removed from the big screen. However, he often hosts Ask Me Anything sessions on social media and charms fans with his wit. He did so recently when his first Bollywood film Deewana marked 29 years after its release.

Now Shah Rukh is sending his fans into a meltdown with his performance in a new commercial. The actor wears a white striped shirt and pants. He added a black waistcoat, which increased the style quotient of his look. You can see her hair tied back in a ponytail.

Watch the video :


Shah Rukh Khan fans can’t help but drool over the new video. While many went viral about her appearance, others pointed out her sexy voice in the comments section. “Damn his voice (sic),” one fan wrote. “Killer look (sic),” commented another fan.

Take a look at some of the comments:


A production of Yash Raj, Shah Rukh Khan’s upcoming Pathan film is being filmed at YRF Studios in Mumbai. The film also stars Deepika Padukone and John Abraham in key roles and will also star Salman Khan. Pathan is directed by Siddharth Anand.

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