“She works very hard” – Varun Dhawan on Sara Ali Khan

Varun Dhawan is ready to return with another remake after Judwaa 2. The actor will soon be seen in the remake of Govinda’s success in 1995 Coolie No 1. Helmed by David Dhawan, the film will also feature the young and talented Sara Ali Khan. The film’s cast and crew started filming earlier this year in Bangkok, and then continued it in Mumbai. Varun and Sara seemed to have gotten along fairly well during the shooting of the film. The two often give a glimpse of all the fun they have behind the scenes during filming. Varun even continues to pull Sara’s leg by commenting on her Instagram captions. Sara also shares a lot of Instagram stories from the filming with Varun.

In a recent interview, Varun was asked what he thinks of his co-star Sara and he said, “She is a thorough professional and she works very hard. I love hard working people and she is one of the hardest working people I have ever met. We get angry when we’re together! ”

He added: “Only today Sara and I woke up at 6 am because we had to shoot for Coolie # 1 in Karjat. So we got here after three hours on the road. And after we finished this engagement, tomorrow we will head to the studios for 7 am. “

Varun was last seen on the big screen in Abhishek Verman’s Kalank. The film had an overall cast but failed at the box office. Commenting on the same thing, he said, “I think ups and downs are part of life and we are learning from them. It was my first failure as an actor. Now I have put all my energies positive in Street Dancer 3D. This is my second film with Remo (D’Souza) sir and Shraddha Kapoor after ABCD 2. “

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