Varun Dhawan seems to be tired of all the rumours that float around the Tinsel Town about actors. So he has decided to lay all the rumours and speculations to rest. He has shared a video on his Instagram story and revealed to the world that he's all set to introduce our 'Bhabhi' tomorrow on December 3.
But here's the catch. The word 'Bhabhi' here refers to the song 'Teri Bhabhi' from his upcoming film Coolie No. 1, which is all set to drop tomorrow. This David Dhawan directorial streams on Amazon Prime Video on December 25.
For the uninitiated, this is the remake of the 1995 comedy of the same name and helmed by the same director. Varun Dhawan reprises the role of Govinda whereas Sara Ali Khan steps in the shoes of Karisma Kapoor and she even spoke about the same in her recent interview.
"She is an iconic star. She redefines the nineties for most audiences. So I don't think I have even attempted to step into her shoes.
Of course, it is a remake and comparisons are inevitable. Up until now I was so much more focussed bringing something new to the table. Everything is kind of tweaked to make it more today," she said. The actress was "zero-years-old" when the original hit the theatres in 1995. "It's been some years since then. Things have changed. I think instead of aping or trying to copy Karisma, which is impossible to do, we have tried to bring a freshness to the role. I enjoyed working with Varun, so it is that chemistry for me that's in the film at opposed to trying to copy Karisma Kapoor because that wouldn't be fun and wouldn't be possible." This was Sara's first time working with Varun and she had a lot of fun.
The three-minute trailer of the David Dhawan directorial has actor Paresh Rawal going gaga about how his daughter (Sara Ali Khan) has found the world's richest man, who is so wealthy that he can also buy the White House.
Cut to Varun Dhawan, shown mouthing the line: "I am on a conference call with ATM -- Ambani, Trump, Modi." Hilarity ensues as Rawal finds Varun working at a railway station as a coolie. At the virtual event, Varun Dhawan said that 2020 has been a difficult year, so he hopes that everyone can laugh out loud while watching the comic caper.