Unveiling the Untold Story: How Shah Rukh Khan’s Iconic Line Transformed ‘Jawan’ – The Inside Scoop!

According to Jawan dialogue writer Sumit Arora, Shah Rukh Khan’s now-famous line “Bete ko hath lagane se pehle, baap se baat kar” (Before touching the son, deal with the father) wasn’t originally in the screenplay.

When the dialogue initially appeared in the action-entertainer’s trailer, which was released a week before its September 7 release, Shah Rukh’s fans were immediately drawn to it.

The statement, which was delivered by the superstar’s character Vikram Rathore in the climax, has been associated by many followers on social media with his son Aryan Khan’s detention in the drugs-on-cruise case in October 2021. After serving 25 days in prison, Aryan was given a clean bill of health and released on bond.

Arora explained how the dialogue was inserted into the film, claiming that it happened on the day of shooting.

In a statement, the author stated that, “It’s a story that will make you believe in the magic of movie making. That line was never there in our draft originally. The ‘moment’ where SRK sir’s character says the line was always there and we all knew that it is a powerful moment even without a dialogue. But while shooting, it was felt that there should be a line, that this guy should say something.”

He added further, “I was there on the set, so I was called in, and the first words that came out of my mouth given the situation were: ‘bete ko hath lagane se pehle, baap se baat kar’. It felt like the most obvious and most apt thing he should say at that moment. It just fits (in). Director Atlee and SRK sir both felt it’s correct and the shot was taken,”

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