Varun Dhawan shared this picture (courtesy varundvn )

Highlights

  • Varun Dhawan dismissed a report about ‘Coolie No 1’
  • The report said he and his father had a distinction of opinion
  • The discharge of ‘Coolie No 1’ has been postponed indefinitely

New Delhi:

Actor Varun Dhawan, who has a zero-tolerance coverage on the subject of speculative experiences regarding him and his work, dismissed an article about Coolie No 1 printed by Bollywood Hungama. The Bollywood Hungama report, printed with the title “Break up broad open”, cited a supply to state that Varun and his father David Dhawan reportedly had a disagreement over the discharge platform for Coolie No 1 – David Dhawan desires the movie to launch on an OTT platform whereas Varun desires the movie to open in theatres. Slamming the report and the publication, Varun Dhawan tweeted: “Possibly till I do not provide you with an interview you should not write on my behalf sir.”

Here is what Varun Dhawan tweeted:

Coolie No 1 is a remake of David Dhawan’s 1995 movie of the identical identify. Varun Dhawan co-stars with actress Sara Ali Khan within the film. Within the new movie, David Dhawan has forged his son Varun within the position initially performed by Govinda whereas Sara has stepped into Karisma Kapoor’s sneakers. The shoot of Coolie No 1 wrapped in March, simply days earlier than the nationwide lockdown was imposed. The movie was purported to launch in theatres on Could 1 however was postponed due to the lockdown.

Final week, as a part of the Unlock 5 tips, the federal government gave the inexperienced sign to cinema halls, theatres and multiplexes, which can be allowed to function “with as much as 50 per cent seating capability” from October 15. The ultimate name, nonetheless, has been left to the states concerned.

Prior to now, Varun Dhawan has referred to as out experiences about stepping out of the home through the lockdown, clarified hypothesis a few household perform together with his girlfriend Natasha Dalal and likewise schooled a Twitter consumer accusing him of flouting social distancing guidelines.