Atlee, the director of Jawaan, has set his sights on the Oscars

Bollywood’s superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s film “Pathan” has received accolades from its director, Atlee, who expressed his aspirations for the film to be recognized at the Oscars.

“Pathan,” starring Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, and John Abraham in pivotal roles, has already made its mark globally, crossing the 800 crore club worldwide.

According to reports in the Indian media, the 36-year-old director Atlee revealed his ambitions for the future during a recent interview. He said, “After the success of ‘Pathan’ at the global box office, my sights are now set on the Oscars. I would like the film to reach the international awards stage.”

In response to a question, Atlee confirmed his desire to win an Oscar himself and humorously added that he might discuss the matter with Shah Rukh Khan as well.

He further stated that if everything goes well, “Pathan” should undoubtedly be considered for the Oscars.

Atlee’s comments highlight the aspirations of many filmmakers and individuals associated with the cinema to receive prestigious awards such as the Golden Globes, Oscars, or National Awards.

“Pathan” marks the first collaboration between Shah Rukh Khan and Atlee. The director also shared his experience working with the iconic actor, stating that Shah Rukh Khan is a fundamentally down-to-earth person who remains consistent throughout. According to Atlee, Shah Rukh Khan’s performance in the film is exceptional.

“Pathan” has not only achieved massive success in the global box office, but it has also become one of the fastest films to cross the 400 crore mark in India.

Atlee’s enthusiasm for “Pathan” to make an impact on the international stage reflects the growing global recognition of Indian cinema and its ability to produce high-quality, globally appealing films.

As the film continues to gain attention and success, it will be interesting to see if Atlee’s aspirations for international recognition at prestigious awards ceremonies like the Oscars become a reality.