Bollywood Society » After finishing Bawaal, Varun Dhawan returns from Poland and smiles for photos with fans at the airport

After finishing Bawaal, Varun Dhawan returns from Poland and smiles for photos with fans at the airport

by Ratan Srivastava

The release date of “Bawaal,” starring Varun Dhawan, is set for April 7, 2023.

After finishing the final schedule of his next film Bawaal, Varun Dhawan, who has been gone from India for the past few weeks to shoot alongside Janhvi Kapoor, has finally returned from Poland. Bawaal is one of the most eagerly awaited films and is Janhvi and Varun’s debut on-screen pairing.

The movie, which is being directed by National Award-winning filmmaker Nitesh Tiwari, was announced in April of this year and began filming in April in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.

The moment Varun Dhawan arrived in the city a few hours prior, the paparazzi caught him at the airport. The Student Of The Year star was spotted wearing a plain black T-shirt and navy blue trousers. He finished off his appearance with a varsity jacket and a set of black sunglasses. When some of his followers saw him at the airport, they asked to take pictures with Varun, and he complied.

Bawaal is slated to premiere on April 7, 2023, the following year. The movie is made by Sajid Nadiadwala and EarthSky Pictures under the production company Nadiadwala Grandson.

Varun Dhawan finished filming Bawaal on Monday and shared the news on his social media accounts. He also shared a video in which he signed off in the “Ajju Bhaiyya Style.” The lead actor was heard telling the audience to meet in the theatres on April 7th, while the cast and crew gave Bawaal a hearty shout-out. The post’s caption read: “Humne macha diya hain har jaga BAWAAL! Wrapping up the film in Ajju Bhaiyya Style! Agla Bawaal hoga theatres mein 7 April ko #SajidNadiadwala’s #Bawaal Directed by @niteshtiwari22.”

In addition to Bawaal, Varun will co-star with Kriti Sanon from Dilwale in Amar Kaushik’s horror-comedy movie Bhediya.

Also Read: Varun Dhawan thinks Bollywood needs to ‘pull its socks up’: There is a need to look at the talent pool across India

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