“Pathaan” is the first Hindi movie to be released in Bangladesh since 1971.
Pathaan, the hit movie starring Shah Rukh Khan, is the first Hindi movie to be shown in Bangladesh since the country was split up in 1971.
Nelson D’Souza, Vice President of International Distributions, said that Pathaan will be shown in theaters in Bangladesh on May 12.
Nelson said in a statement, “Cinema has always been a force that brings people of different countries, races, and cultures together.” It goes beyond countries, unites people, and helps bring people together in important ways.
“We are so happy that Pathaan, which has been a huge hit all over the world, will now be able to entertain people in Bangladesh!”
He thanked the authorities and said, “Pathaan will be the first Hindi movie to come out in Bangladesh after 1971, and we’re grateful for their decision.”
He also said that there are a lot of Shah Rukh Khan fans in Bangladesh. So, once they got permission, they chose to show his most recent smash hit in the country.
“Over the years, we’ve learned that Shah Rukh Khan has a lot of fans in Bangladesh, and we think Pathaan, the latest film from YRF’s Spy Universe, is the perfect first SRK and Hindi film to release in the country because it shows Indian culture and film in all its glory.”
Siddharth Aanad is in charge of Pathaan, which stars Shah Rukh Khan. Deepika Padukone and John Abraham are also in the main parts. News 18 says that the movie made a storm at the Indian box office and made more than INR 1000 crore worldwide.