Pakistani Actor Trolls SRK’s Blockbuster Movie Pathaan, Calls It A ‘Story Less Video Game’

The spy thriller, directed by Sidharth Anand, has grossed over Rs 1200 crores worldwide, making it one of India’s most successful and highest-grossing Hindi films. 

However, Yasir Hussain, a Pakistani actor, is unimpressed with the SRK action film despite the box office numbers that clearly depict that audiences and critics enjoyed the YRF film.

Pakistani actor and screenwriter Yasir Hussain posted a review of the film on Instagram, indicating that he was unimpressed. After working in theater and television, the actor debuted in Karachi Se Lahore, a Pakistani movie. He is a well-known Hum TV host best known for his comedic roles. However, he criticized the film in his review, stating that Pathaan would appear to be a storyless video game if one had seen Mission Impossible 1. “Agar aap mission impossible 1 bhi dekh chukey hain toh shah rukh khan ki pathan aap ko aik story less video game se zyada kuch nahi lagy gi” was written by Yasir.

While some complimented him for speaking his mind, others criticized him for his hatred toward SRK and his jealousy towards him. Despite its several controversies, the film exploded in theaters and became a massive hit. After the success of Pathaan, SRK is said to have bought himself a new SUV worth Rs 10 crore, making it the most expensive car currently available in India, according to reports. The personalization, which includes a one-of-a-kind 555 license plate, raises the cost to Rs 10 crore.

Shah Rukh Khan came back to the big screen with Pathaan after a four-years of absence, and he will also appear in Jawan and Dunki later this year.

On March 22, Pathaan made its digital debut on Amazon Prime Video. In addition, five scenes that were not included in the theatrical version are included in the OTT version. Pathaan was about a RAW agent, played by Shah Rukh Khan, who attempts to stop a former agent specialist Jim (John), from sending off a destructive assault on India and the world.

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