Karan Johar’s JugJugg Jeeyo is good to go for a delivery on 24th March. After Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2’s thousand achievement, assumptions are high for this one as it also cooks for the family crowd as its fundamental interest group. In any event, for Varun Dhawan, the film is vital as could break his drought in the cinematic world.
For the people who don’t have any idea, the movie is helmed by Good Newwz chief Raj Mehta. GN was delivered in 2019 and ended up being a success with Indian assortments going over the 200 crore mark. As this one has a place with a happy family performer type, assumptions are extremely high. Leaving regardless of, even Varun fans have their eyes set on this biggie.Varun Dhawan hasn’t tasted a perfect accomplishment in the cinematic world starting around 2018. It was YRF’s Sui Dhaaga where Varun triumphed ultimately his last spotless hit. Post that, his Kalank and Street Dancer 3D slumped in the cinema world. His Coolie No. 1 had straightforwardly shown up on OTT during the pandemic, so it won’t be viewed as here. In this way, after consecutive 2 lemon in the cinema world, the entertainer is searching for a major rebound with JugJugg Jeeyo.Meanwhile, as of late talking at a media occasion, Varun Dhawan shared that partition is a troublesome subject yet the movie’s chief Raj Mehta has exhibited it in a fascinating way. “I feel another person’s separation is amusing for other people. Khud ka separate from principal toh maza nahi aata hogaa I feel according to a third individual’s perspective it is exceptionally entertaining and comical (as a film),” Varun shared at an occasion in Delhi.
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