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Varun Dhawan celebrates 6 years of his critically acclaimed film Badlapur

Varun Dhawan took to social media on Saturday to celebrate six years of release of their film Badlapur. The ...
Varun Dhawan celebrates 6 years of his critically acclaimed film Badlapur

Varun Dhawan took to social media on Saturday to celebrate six years of release of their film Badlapur. The film directed by Sriram Raghavan was appreciated and Varun's character, which had a dark undertone, won him accolades.Varun, took to his Instagram and reposted a fan page video of the film. The actor didn't put any caption to the video but added a "heartbreaking" Emoji. The plot of ‘Badlapur’ follows the journey of the protagonist Raghav Purohit (played by Varun Dhawan). His path to vengeance after losing his dearest ones overnight and pulling off such a dark character was praised by one and all. Both the action flick and Varun had received critical acclaim.

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Varun after his wedding to Natasha Dalal, Varun Dhawan has resumed working. The actor will be shooting for Amar Kaushik's Bhediya in Arunachal Pradesh. In the film, the actor will be seen alongside Kriti Sanon, with whom he had worked earlier in Rohit Shetty's Dilwale in 2015. The two actors will be shooting in Arunachal Pradesh for two and a half month.Bhediya’s shoot will go on till May. Reports say that it will be a long schedule as the film will have a good amount of VFX and prosthetics. This is the first time Varun will be seen in a horror film. Along with Varun and Kriti, Bhediya will also star Abhishek Banerjee in a pivotal role. An official announcement on the project will be made soon. The film will hit theatres later this year. Bhediya is the third horror film bankrolled by Maddock Films. After Amar Kaushik’s Stree, the makers have Rajkummar Rao and Janhvi Kapoor's Roohi in the same genre. With these films, Dinesh Vijan of Maddock Films is aiming at creating a horror-comedy universe. The production house will also back Mujha, a prequel to Stree after wrapping Bhediya.


 
 
 

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