"Oh man this whole animation is so damn sexy."
Since its theatrical release, Jawan fever has taken over everything, even Google.
The Shah Rukh Khan-starrer has received a positive response, with critics calling it a “massy entertainer” with a political message.
Jawan is all over social media and is a topic of conversation for many.
Google is now getting in on the trend.
Celebrating the film’s release, Google has created a special Doodle for users who search the terms ‘Jawan’, ‘Shah Rukh Khan’ or ‘SRK’.
When users search these terms, a red walkie-talkie button appears at the bottom of the screen.
If users click the button, bandages begin to cover the display while SRK menacingly says:
If users continue to click the button, bandages will eventually cover the display.
Shah Rukh’s voice is heard in intervals.
Google India posted instructions on X to allow users to experience the interactive Doodle for themselves.
Bekarar karke humein,
Yun na jaaiye,
Aapko humari kasam,
Google par 'Jawan' search kar aaiye ?
? Step 1: Search for ‘Jawan’ or ‘SRK’
? Step 2: Click on the walkie talkie (sound on)
???? Step 3: Keep tapping to unwrap a surprise
? Step 4: Show us what your screen looks like…
— Google India (@GoogleIndia) September 8, 2023
As Jawan fans tried out the Google Doodle, they took to social media to share their reactions.
One fan said: “This is so cool. Thank you.”
Another wrote: “Oh man this whole animation is so damn sexy.”
A third tweeted: “Wow this is so cool. Google what to say. Google is also Shah Rukh’s fan now.”
— Syed Irfan Ahmad (@Iam_SyedIrfan) September 8, 2023
Jawan came out in cinemas on September 7, 2023, and fans quickly filled theatre halls, with many dancing to the songs.
Others set off fireworks and displayed massive film posters.
The film has received a positive reaction and celebrities have also reacted.
Taking to Instagram Stories, Karan Johar shared a rugged photo of Shah Rukh and wrote:
Kangana Ranaut also praised Shah Rukh for his transformation into a “mass superhero” with Jawan.
Lauding SRK for his hard work and perseverance, she wrote:
“From being the ultimate lover boy of the nineties to a decade-long struggle again to reinvent his connection with his audience to his late forties to mid-fifties and ultimately rising as the quintessential Indian mass superhero at the age of 60 (almost) Is nothing short of superheroic even in real life.
“I remember the time when people wrote him off and mocked his choices but his struggle is a masterclass for all artists enjoying long careers but must reinvent and re-establish.
“SRK is the cinema God that cinema needs not just for his hugs or dimples but for some serious world-saving as well.
“Bowing down to your perseverance, hard work and humility King Khan.”