Siddharth anand, the director of "Pathaan," made a statement in an interview with "Variety" that should cause younger actors, who enjoy being everywhere at once on social media, to take notice: "A lot of curiosity to see Shah Ruk Khan after his break." Khan made a comeback with the yash Raj Films spy action thriller, his first main role since 2018's "Zero," according to "Variety." The movie also broke a box office dry spell for bollywood, which had a lean 2022.

Anand, who was born into a bollywood family (his grandfather is Inder raj Anand and his uncle is Tinnu Anand) and has directed movies since making his debut in 2005 with "Salaam Namaste," told "Variety": "After taking a break from the spotlight and public appearances, Shah Rukh Khan simply disappeared from view, and there was a lot of interest in seeing him again. Since fans are accustomed to seeing celebrities at events and on social media, there was suddenly a desire he generated for himself."

Anand remarked, "He produced a picture that is in a very popular genre and then delivered a film that has that enigmatic element, that mystery around him, which a star should have." "This, along with the songs becoming such big hits and, to top it all off, the trailer having the appropriate impact, all contributed to how well the teaser was received. For the movie, everything just worked out perfectly. This is what sparked the widespread frenzy."

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