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Varun Dhawan shares his Friday vibes

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One of the most talented actors of Bollywood Varun Dhawan surely has captured the hearts of the audience with his impeccable acting skills and dashing looks making him the heartthrob of Bollywood.

Meanwhile, we see he is all prepared for his upcoming movie Coolie No. 1 directed by his father David Dhawan opposite Sara Ali Khan. The movie is a remake of the 1994 movie consisting of Govinda and Karishma Kapoor respectively.

We see Varun will reprise the role of 'Raju', the same character essayed by Govinda. Meanwhile, Varun Dhawan shares his Friday vibes in his recent post.

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Here we see Varun in a black sweatshirt and in a black-rimmed spectacle.

He captioned the image as, "When u realise it’s a Friday night ????"

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Also Read: 'Coolie No. 1': Sahil Vaid joins Varun, Sara in the cast

After Judwaa 2, which released in 2017, COOLIE NO.1 remake marks David and Varun's second collaboration.

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Stay tuned to know more.

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