Have carried 'Desi Munda' Varun Dhawan in my arms: Salman Khan on Judwaa 2, David Dhawan and more

Varun Dhawan is a goodhearted Desi Indian Boy: Salman Khan on Judwaa 2, David Dhawan and more

Salman Khan, who is currently in London for the Dabangg Tour, revealed that Varun Dhawan used to ask for ice-cream in middle of the shots during the shooting schedule of Judwaa in 1996. While interacting with BBC London, the superstar said he was happy with Varun Dhawan replacing him in the official remake of Judwaa and had great things to say about the young actor.

“Varun Dhawan is someone whom I have carried in my arms for the longest time. So when Judwaa release, Varun must have been around 6 to 8 years old. He used to ask for ice-creams in middle of shots and he still does that. His personality since the time he was a child to the age of 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 till now when he is somewhere close to 50 (laughs), is the same. He is still the same respectful, decent, goodhearted Desi Indian boy,” said Salman.

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Khan also revealed how David Dhawan used to react when he would suggest any changes in the script. He said,

“I used to keep on changing scenes and he (David) used to get so upset. He used to go behind, and in his head he used to abuse me after which he would come to me and say okay let’s go ahead. He does that a lot and one more thing is that he does some calculation in the air, looks around and wipes it off.”

Varun Dhawan, Judwaa 2

Varun Dhawan as Prema and Raja from his film Judwaa 2 (Courtesy- Twitter)

While Judwaa 2 stars Varun Dhawan, Jacqueline Fernandez and Taapsee Pannu in lead, the film will also see Salman Khan in a special appearance. The movie directed by David Dhawan is slated to hit the big screen on September 29.

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Salman Khan recently wrapped up shooting for Tiger Zinda Hai in Abu Dhabi. The film directed by Ali Abbas Zafar is slated to hit the big screen during the Christmas 2018 weekend. Tiger Zinda Hai is a sequel to 2012’s blockbuster, Ek Tha Tiger.


— Quotes Sourced from BBC London