David Dhawan wants to make a critical film with Rajkummar Rao, says son Varun Dhawan

Varun Dhawan says his Dad David Dhawan wants to work with Rajkummar RaoVarun Dhawan says his Dad David Dhawan wants to work with Rajkummar Rao Varun Dhawan’s latest tour October, destined by Shoojit Sircar, strike a screens on Friday.

Filmmaker David Dhawan stranded to his forte, comedy, both a times when he destined his son, Varun Dhawan (in Main Tera Hero and Judwaa 2), though if there’s one actor, who creates a maestro wish to revisit his now-forgotten initial focussed towards play films, it’s a industry-favourite Rajkummar Rao.

Having given back-to-back hits in comedy over a final dual decades, David has come to be famous as one of a best directors in a genre. But not many know that most before he topsy-turvy out a “No.1” array and other glorious comedies, David, in a commencement of his career, told stories that were distant from being on a lighter note.

While his initial few were unmitigated movement films, he after dabbled in play with a Rajesh KhannaGovinda starrer Swarg, Shola aur Shabnam and Aankhein. In fact, even after formulating a space for himself in comedy, David attempted to keep alive his lenience with a movement and a play genres with films like Yaarana and Loafer, though since these projects didn’t interest to a assembly as most as his comic outings did, a executive eventually motionless to hang to what best worked with his viewers.

Varun, however, common in a new organisation communication that his father is intensely penetrating to make a critical film with Rajkummar, simply among a stream meditative actors of Hindi cinema.

“He has been articulate about a critical film from a really prolonged time, not with me. He wants to indeed make a film with Rajkummar Rao since he is one of his favourite actors right now. Raj and he have oral many times. So, he has been articulate about it a lot so, we tell him, ‘Do it now!’ Varun said.

During a same interview, a immature star also common how his father keeps citing him examples of a actors he has worked with, seeking Varun to “be like them.”

“With me, unfortunately, it’s not about my peers, he talks about a people he has worked with. He would say, ‘Govinda would have finished this stage like that. Salman (Khan) used to do it this way. Sanju (Sanjay Dirt) could do so many things!’ And we would say, ‘But demeanour during a series of films they have done!’ Him and my mom both do this. So, when we won’t eat, they would get after me, saying, ‘Salman cooking this most rice!’ And we would respond with an exasperated, ‘What should we do if he cooking so much?’”


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