Shah Rukh Khan's monologue in Jawan on importance of voting goes viraltext_fields
Mumbai: Shah Rukh Khan's latest film, "Jawan," has not only set a record for the highest opening day collections but has also garnered attention for its impactful dialogues.
One particular monologue delivered by Shah Rukh Khan in the film has gone viral and resonated deeply with the audience.
In this climactic moment in "Jawan," Shah Rukh Khan's character, Azad, delivers a heartfelt speech that encourages voters to ask critical questions before casting their votes. He emphasises that voters should not base their choices on factors like caste, creed, or religion but should instead focus on essential issues such as healthcare, employment, and education.
SRK's monologue includes the following lines: "Instead of voting for fear, money, caste, religion, community, ask questions to those who came to ask for your vote. Ask them what they will do for you in the next five years. If someone in your family falls ill, what will they do for their treatment? How will they help you find employment? What will they do to advance the country?"
This monologue has struck a chord with many people, prompting them to share their thoughts on social media.
"Jawan" features Shah Rukh Khan, Nayanthara, Vijay Sethupathi, Sunil Grover, Sanya Malhotra, Priyamani, Aaliyah Qureishi, Lehar Khan, Girija Oak, Sanjeeta and Bhattacharya. Deepika Padukone and Sanjay Dutt were seen in special appearances.
The film is a Red Chillies Entertainment presentation directed by Atlee, produced by Gauri Khan, and co-produced by Gaurav Verma.