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Pathaan storm hits Bangladesh, fans dance and celebrate in theatre Pathaan
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Pathaan storm hits Bangladesh, fans dance and celebrate in theatre

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 13 May 2023, 09:40 am

Several videos have emerged on the social media where Bangladeshi fans could be seen dancing in theatre as Shah Rukh Khan starrer Pathaan hit the silverscreen in the country on Friday, continuing the story of success which the movie generated earlier in the year.

Pathaan became the first Indian Hindi movie to release full scale in Bangladesh since the country was formed in 1971.

According to local media reports, the movie earned success at the Box Office since its release and now videos have emerged where people could be seen cherishing the moment in theatre.

In the videos, fans could be seen dancing as Jhoome Jo Pathaan plays on the screen, taking back to those moments in India when fans had welcomed the movie in a similar manner during its January release.

Sharing the video, a Bangladeshi fan wrote on Twitter: "#Pathaan ki Party Continues in #Bangladesh and even little kids can’t stop themselves from grooving to JhoomeJoPathaan! @SRKUniverseBD_#PathaanInBanglandesh."

Pathaan is currently one of the biggest Box Office successes in India this year.
Apart from Khan, the movie also features Deepika Padukone and John Abraham.

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