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Shah Rukh Khan's balding appearance in Jawan inspires a hilarious meme fest; check it out 

With his new film, Jawan, superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who recently broke several box office records with Pathaan, plans to cause mayhem once more. After releasing the eagerly anticipated Jawan Prevue on Monday, Shah Rukh and his director Atlee sparked a social media frenzy. Since its debut, the impactful video has captured the attention of internet users and is currently trending worldwide. Nayanthara, Vijay Sethupathi, and Sanya Malhotra's action personas were also hinted at in The Prevue. Everyone was also anticipating Deepika Padukone's special presence. However, Shah Rukh's bald appearance was what everyone on social media was talking about.

Internet users were shocked when King Khan made his appearance with a bald head. One of Jawan Prevue's standout moments is when he does a scary dance routine to the classic song Beqarar Karke. The movie appears to be the ideal synthesis of deeds and feelings. Strangely, internet users converted SRK's bald appearance into humorous memes on social media. They even posted his dancing video online and mixed it with some of his well-known tunes. A person who posted the video did so with Chamak Challo playing in the background. Surprisingly, the integration of the audio and visuals appeared flawless.

Another user connected the 'grocery shopping' scenario to a collage of SRK's images from the Jawan Prevue. 

Atlee and Shah Rukh will work together for the first time on the film Jawan. According to reports, the actor will play two roles in the movie. The opportunity to witness SRK in a hitherto unheard-of role excites fans. The Jawan Prevue has increased movie enthusiasts' levels of intrigue. On September 7, the movie will be released in theatres. It also stars Priyamani, Girija Oak, Sanjeeta Bhattacharya, Lehar Khan, Aaliyah Qureshi, Ridhi Dogra, Sunil Grover, and Mukesh Chhabra. It will be made available in Telugu, Tamil, and Hindi.

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