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'Jawan': Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone groove to 'Chaleya' song
Jawan
Deepika Padukone (L) and Shah Rukh Khan (R) dancing to 'Chaleya' song | Photo courtesy: Screenshot grab

'Jawan': Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone groove to 'Chaleya' song

| @indiablooms | 15 Sep 2023, 08:55 pm

Mumbai/IBNS: Bollywood superstars Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone took the centre stage celebrating the massive success of 'Jawan', an action film with socio-political commentary.

Shah Rukh and Deepika grooved to the very popular track 'Chaleya' from the film, which is roaring in the box office since its release on September 7, during a press meet.

The two took the stage holding hands to shake their legs for the romantic track, which featured Nayanthara alongside Shah Rukh onscreen.

While Shah Rukh was looking dapper in a formal outfit, Deepika, who played an extended cameo in 'Jawan', opted for a white saree and a sleeveless blouse.

'Jawan', which is directed by Atlee Kumar, is Deepika's fifth collaboration with Shah Rukh, who gave her first break in Bollywood way back in 2007 with 'Om Shanti Om'.

Deepika on her chemistry with SRK

Speaking on her chemistry with Shah Rukh, Deepika told The Week, "We are each other's lucky charm. But honestly, we are beyond luck. We have a sense of ownership over each other."

"I am one of the few people he is vulnerable with. There is so much trust and respect, and I think that luck is just the cherry on the top," she added.

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