Actor Varun Dhawan who was last seen in horror-comedy ‘Bhediya’ is now ready to be back on the big screen with upcoming period drama ‘Bawaal’. And now the actor has started dubbing for the upcoming film. On Sunday 21 May, the actor shared a glimpse of his dubbing session on his Instagram stories, where he posted a selfie with the caption Bawaal. The actor can be seen inside the dubbing studio in this picture.
‘Bawaal’ is helmed by Nitesh Tiwari who rose to fame with his directorial ventures like Dangal (2016) and Chhichhore (2019). The film also stars Janhvi Kapoor as a female lead. The film marks the first on- screen collaboration between Varun and Janhvi.
Bawaal went on floors in April 2022 and makers were earlier planning to release the film in April 2023, but due to the impending VFX and technical requirements, makers decided to postpone the film’s release and now finally the film is scheduled to arrive in cinemas on 6 October 2023.
Bawaal is produced by Sajid Nadiadwala under his production house ‘Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment’. There is a lot riding on the success of ‘Bawaal’ for Varun because his last two theatrical releases- JugJugg Jeeyo and Bhediya both did average and below average box office collections.
Meanwhile, the ‘Bhediya’ actor will also be seen in the Indian adaptation of Russo Brothers Hollywood series ‘Citadel’, which is being helmed by popular director duo Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK. Varun Dhawan has shared a few photos of himself with his Citadel squad in England. He and Samantha even went to the Citadel premiere in London in April.
On the other hand, according to recent media reports, Varun Dhawan is also set to star in big-budget action masala entertainer. According to some media reports, the film is a remake of Atlee’s superhit action drama Theri (2016) starring Thalapathy Vijay. The film will be shot over a span of four to five months and makers are planning for a major summer 2024 release across the world. Although there isn’t any official confirmation about the same by the actor and the producers.