Ahead Of Jawan Release, Shah Rukh Khan Visited Tirupati Along With Suhana And Nayanthara!

Trending: Ahead of Jawan release superstar Shah Rukh Khan visited holy temple Sri Venkateshwara in Tirupati with her daughter Suhana and co-star Nayathara

By Sanjana Lama
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SRK visited Sri Venkateshwara temple in Tirupati

Superstar Shah Rukh Khan's most anticipated movie Jawan is all set to release in theatres on September 7. The movie is directored by Atlee and it is SRK's first Pan Indian film. A week ago the movie trailer was released which has received positve response from the audience and it has increased fans excitement for the movie. Two days ahead of its movie release, SRK visited the holy temple Sri Venkateshwara Swamy in Tirupati on Tuesday. He was joined by her daughter Suhana Khan and her Jawan movie co-star Nayanthara who was accompanied by her husband, filmmaker Viignesh Shivan. 


SRK's video from the temple visit has gone viral:

On early Tuesday morning, Shah Rukh Khan visited the temple in Tripuati and soon his pictures and videos surfaced on social media platforms and it is going viral. Shah Rukh Khan was seen wearing traditional outfit, he was wearing a cream mundu, with a short kurta and a matching stole with golden border. Suhana was wearing a white salwar-kameez and she was holding her father's hand. Nayanthara and Vignesh also wored a traditional white outfit for the temple visit.

In the video, SRK is seen seeking blessing from the god and while coming out from the temple  he waved his fans and gave flying kisses to them. He was surrounded by fans and media, so he had to rush. 


Shah Rukh Khan has been visiting from one temple to another ahead of his movie Jawan release. Last month, Shah Rukh Khan visited Vaishno Devi temple in Jammu and Kashmir right before his grand event in Chennai. Where Jawan's audio was launch. This was SRK's second visit to the holy place, early before Pathaan release he had seeked blessing from Vaishno Devi temple.

Check out SRk's temple visit video:

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