JTHJ Trailer: Most viewed Hindi trailer on Youtube

The trailer of Jab Tak Hai Jaan is now the most watched Hindi feature film trailer on Youtube. Currently, the trailer of Yash Chopra’s last film as director, has been viewed 5,585,138 times on the popular video sharing website.

The record was previously held by Hrithik Roshan’s Agneepath, which was watched more than 5,551,931 times on Youtube.

The JTHJ trailer is also the most ‘liked’ Hindi trailer, with 36,704 viewers giving it a thumbs up. All official trailer combined (including song promos etc) have crossed 25 millions views on Youtube.

Starring Shahrukh Khan, Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma, Jab Tak Hai Jaan releases in theatres on November 13th.



  • Good Info to promote JTHJ, In YOU-TUBE there are different resources it’s from official and from the people as well, I want to know how you calculated from official resources only or from people as well?

  • Salman, Aamir, Hrithik, Ranbir & Akshay are making new records at the box-office but srk can only make records on youtube.
    by making thousands of fake accounts only have srkians managed to acheive this feat.
    Agneepath’s trailer was most liked w/o any fake accounts. now wait for dabangg2’s trailer, all the record will be shattered even at youtube.

  • The implication: A potential loss of 70% of the money that the movie would have made from single-screen theatres. The consequence: Devgn moving the Competition Commission for legal redressal, and moving the High Court for timely redressal from the Commission.

    When contacted, YRF representatives said that they had nothing further to add to their previous statement issued on this subject.

    No. of single screens for JTHJ and SOS
    Cities JTHJ SOS
    Delhi 20 3
    Bangalore 10 2
    Saurashtra 18 3
    Hyderabad 18 2
    Dadar/ Mahim/ Matunga 6 1

  • From TOI:
    USING ETT for box office success shame on SRK AND YRF
    srk fans read below.

    The aim of this practice is to corner any film releasing around Diwali: distributor
    A condition was imposed on us, on each theatre, at the time of the release of Ek Tha Tiger, that they will only supply that film if we also screened Jab Tak Hai Jaan exclusively at Diwali. There was a single agreement for both films. We said that there will be other films also releasing at that time, but they said it had to be exclusively this film if we wanted Ek Tha Tiger. In Hyderabad, big films get about 20-25 single screens and about 10 multiplexes. Now, JTHJ has 15-18 single screens out of these. I have only two single screens left because at the time of ETT, YRF didn’t want them, even though I’d offered them; they didn’t release ETT there. Those are the only two single screens where I can run SOS.

    The same pattern has been followed in Aurangabad, which is also in the Nizam territory. Out of five single screens there, YRF has taken four. Of these, two are mine, two they negotiated directly, and the one they left is only because it is one of two theatres in the same compound! In Bidar, Karnataka, out of three single screens, I gave them one, they got the second also, and the third only screens Kannada movies – so Son Of Sardaar will see no release there! This is definitely unfair practice. It completely kills the business of the distributors of Son Of Sardaar, and fortunately or unfortunately, I’m both a distributor of SOS and an exhibitor. The aim of this practice by YRF was to corner any film releasing around this time – agar doosri film ko screens milenge hi nahin, toh woh release kaise hogi?
    – Dilip Tandon of Hyderabad,distributor of SOS in the Nizam and Andhra territory, which includes Marathwada

  • Bollywood’s ‘fake heroes’ are
    trying to stop KING this Diwali;
    by the way, it’s good to see so
    many people teaming up against
    just 1 KHAN.!

  • SRK got a standing ovation at
    THiNK today, after Yale earlier
    this year. He is one of India’s
    finest thinkers.

  • Salman Khan has 50 flops in his
    career yet deluded bhai tards still
    consider him a big star. He’s
    more like a big

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