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Varun Dhawan Returns to Set for High-Octane Action Film ‘Baby John’ After Welcoming His First Child – Watch

Bollywood star Varun Dhawan has always made news for one reason or the other and this time he is back in action after the birth of his daughter. He’s gearing up for the release of his highly anticipated film “Baby John,” and recently offered fans a thrilling behind-the-scenes look. Dhawan took to social media with a video titled “Baby John, Day 83,” showcasing the film’s immense scale. The video reveals a sprawling production with four separate units working in unison. Dhawan interacts with technicians, his surprise evident as he witnesses the movie’s vast undertaking. The B Town portal – Bollywood Hungama was quick to share about it, have a look:

“Baby John” marks the Hindi film debut of South Indian actress Keerthy Suresh. The film also boasts a stellar supporting cast featuring veteran actors Jackie Shroff and Rajpal Yadav. Acclaimed music composer S. Thaman is onboard to create the soundtrack, further amping up the excitement. With its large-scale production, impressive cast, and talented crew, “Baby John” promises to be a high-octane action extravaganza. Fans are eagerly awaiting more updates and the film’s official release date.

While details about the plot remain under wraps, the glimpses Dhawan shared hint at a visually stunning and action-packed experience. The film’s title itself, “Baby John,” sparks curiosity, leaving audiences to wonder about the protagonist and the story he embodies. With a perfect blend of fresh and experienced faces both behind and in front of the camera, “Baby John” is shaping up to be a major summer blockbuster. Stay tuned to know more about the star only with us and others and if you have anything to share, do comment and let us know more on it.

Meanwhile he has shared a cute post on the eve of Father’s Day, have a look at his Instagram post as under:


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