Varun Dhawan EXITS Mr Lele And Ranbhoomi Due To Street Dancer 3D’s BO Failure? Actor Mocks The Report

Has Varun Dhawan backed out from Mr. Lele and Ranbhoomi because of Street Dancer 3D’s failure? Here’s what the actor has to say

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Varun Dhawan EXITS Mr Lele And Ranbhoomi Due To Street Dancer 3D’s BO Failure? Actor Mocks The Report
Failures are a part of everyone’s lives and that also includes Bollywood celebrities. While some take it as a lesson and strive to work harder, others find ways to dodge it. This piece, however, is not on those lines. Recently, a report in a media portal stated how Varun Dhawan has backed off from two of his upcoming biggies Mr Lele and Ranbhoomi, which, as per them, is due to the box-office failure of his recent outing, Street Dancer 3D. However, the actor has out and out squashed all such reports.

An alleged source close to the actor told to the portal, “After the unexpected failure of Street Dancer 3D, Varun has decided to be ruthless about his career decisions. Although Shashank is a close friend, Varun flatly told Karan Johar that he didn’t think the script was up to the mark.” Well, the Dhawan lad was quick to take notice of this news and respond through his Twitter account in the most sarcastic way possible. Varun wrote how he knows that everyone is bored, probably due to the coronavirus outbreak, but that doesn’t mean that they put out anything. LOL!

In his tweet, the actor wrote, “Wow kya naya news diya hain bhai wah wah guys I know everyone is bored Face with tears of joy,” followed by laughing emoticons.

Check it out:


Well, Varun is among that celebrity who makes it a point to respond to fake news before it spreads further. On the work front, Varun Dhawan will be next seen in Coolie No. 1 alongside Sara Ali Khan. It has been helmed by his father David Dhawan. (ALSO READ - Coronavirus Outbreak: Paparazzi Chant ‘Go Corona Go’ As Varun Dhawan Poses For The Camera; Actor Controls His Laugh – VIDEO)


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