Bollywood is no less than religion in India. Those who are in this industry possess a natural ability to act well and have always managed to attract the fans at the best scene. It’s only because of the talent, actors and actresses carved out a reputation for themselves as successful celebrities.
Mumbai is the capital of the film industry and home to Bollywood. Indian cinema has given a number of superstars who have made a great contribution to the film industry. It has given golden opportunities to thousands of people who have fulfilled their dreams. Several actors have achieved new heights and become role model for millions of people.
Case in point, Varun Dhawan is one of the popular stars in the Bollywood industry. After his wedding to Natasha Agarwal, his fan base has doubled, and they all want to know the specifics of what he’s up to.
The actor’s Instagram feed is loaded with photos of him working out at the gym, showcasing that he is one of the fittest stars in Bollywood right now. Varun has 35.1 million followers. The 33-year-old actor announced himself in Rohan in Karan Johar’s teen drama, Student Of the Year.
The Mumbai-born actor had his big break in 2012 and there was no turning back since then. Varun Dhawan is one of the very few actors in Bollywood who keeps track on his physique. He is known for his strong physique because of his hardcore workouts.
Earlier, Varun Dhawan confirmed that he contracted coronavirus while shooting for his upcoming film Jug Jug Jeeyo. He also advised his fans and everyone to take care of themselves and be careful in this crisis. Meanwhile, one troll claimed that Varun Dhawan is faking that he has been diagnosed. Varun was quick to give an epic reply and shut him down.
An Instagram user commented, “Bhai sahi mein hua hai na? Ya phir yahan bhi normal khaasi ki overacting kar raha hai.” Giving it back to the troll, Varun Dhawan replied, “Wow ur so funny. What an amazing sense of humour you have. I hope you and your family don’t have to suffer through this though they will have to suffer through your sad excuse of humour. Get well soon son.”