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Varun Dhawan leaves Kiara Advani blushing as he asks about her hubby Sidharth

Varun Dhawan is a well-known actor in the Indian film industry, known for his charming personality and versatile acting skills. Recently, a video of him and Kiara Advani has gone viral on social media, where Varun can be seen leaving Kiara blushing with his playful banter. The video was captured during a promotional event for their upcoming movie, Jug Jugg Jeeyo. In the video, Varun can be seen addressing Kiara as ‘Bhabhiji’, a term commonly used to address one’s brother’s wife in Indian culture. He then asks her, “Bhabhiji bhaiya kaise hai?”, which roughly translates to “How is your brother-in-law?” This light-hearted banter left Kiara blushing, and the audience in splits.  Check his video:

The video has received a lot of attention on social media, with fans praising Varun for his wit and humor. Many people have also pointed out the great chemistry between Varun and Kiara, and how it translates on screen as well. Jug Jugg Jeeyo is their first movie together, and fans are excited to see them share the screen space.

While some people found the banter cute and endearing, others criticized Varun for using the term ‘Bhabhiji’ in a playful manner. They argued that it perpetuates the idea of women being identified only through their relationships with men, and that it is important to address women by their names and identities, rather than through their marital status.

In conclusion, the video of Varun Dhawan leaving Kiara Advani blushing with his playful banter has gone viral on social media. While some people found it endearing, others criticized it for perpetuating gender stereotypes. It is important to remember that language plays a crucial role in shaping our beliefs and attitudes, and that we must be mindful of the words we use. Nevertheless, the chemistry between Varun and Kiara is undeniable, and fans are eagerly awaiting the release of Jug Jugg Jeeyo.

Ziya Khan


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