Sachin Tendulkar Is The First Guest On Varun Dhawan’s Show Mango Man, Stars Indulge In A Game Of Cricket And Fun Q&A
The new trend that has kicked-in, in Bollywood is that of having a YouTube channel. Varun Dhawan is the latest one to come up with his own and guess who showed up as the first guess of Judwaa 2 star? None other than the God of Cricket, Sachin Tendulkar!
The latest trend that has gripped Bollywood stars is that of starting their own YouTube channels. After Alia Bhatt and Jacqueline Fernandez, it is Varun Dhawan who has come up with his own. On his channel, he is going to interview a few well-known celebs and as them interesting questions. He has named this show Mango Man. For his first guest, Varun Dhawan got in the God Of Cricket, Sachin Tendulkar. A sweet coincidence is that Sachin and Varun share their birthday and hence, the actor is so fond of the cricket legend. The episode is out and must say, it is entertaining.
Varun began the show by talking about how inquisitive he is about other people’s lives. He loves asking weird questions and that’s what he is going to do on his show. Then he moves on to meeting Sachin and playing a game of cricket with him. As a sweet surprise, Abhishek Bachchan too shows up and has a conversation with the stars. It then moves to Varun’s vanity van where he asks Sachin a few questions. It is a fun conversation they have even sharing about what cricketers do when they have to use the toilet in between matches. Watch it below:
On the work front, Varun Dhawan will soon be seen in Street Dancer 3. He has put in a lot of efforts to get his dance right in this one. Apart from that, he has recently begun prepping for his father’s directorial venture Coolie No 1. He will be seen with Sara Ali Khan in this one. It is the official remake of the film Coolie No 1 that had Govinda and Karisma Kapoor in the lead.
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