Varun Dhawan Shares Daddy David Dhawan’s Video Reminiscing His Film Schedules Back In Good Old Days

Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan took to Instagram and shared a video of his father David Dhawan talking about how hectic the schedule was back in his day and gives an important lesson to his son

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Varun Dhawan Shares Daddy David Dhawan’s Video Reminiscing His Film Schedules Back In Good Old Days
Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan is quite hardworking and leaves no stone unturned when it comes to his role in the movies. The actor is currently shooting for his upcoming film Street Dancer 3D in which he will star opposite Shraddha Kapoor. Varun is often seen grinding at the gym and working on his dance moves in his Instagram videos and is proof of his dedication  towards prepping for his look on the big screen in SD3.

Varun Dhawan took to Instagram recently to share a video of his father David Dhawan reminiscing about his shooting schedule back in the day. Varun, in his caption, revealed that in spite of being down with fever, he shot for Street Dancer 3D and thought it was a tough day on the set until his dad, David Dhawan told him how he used to shoot a double shift for nearly 19-20 hours a day. Varun chose to share the video with his fans and in the video we can see David talk about how hectic his schedule was and how difficult it was to get any sleep on shoot days. He reminds Varun that his hardwork is not even 50 percent of what David did during his time.

Have a look at the video in question here:


Varun Dhawan also reveals in his caption  that he wanted to always be the hardest worker in the room and still has a lot of catching up to do to earn that place. While the post tells us a lot about David Dhawan, it tells us more about how humble Varun Dhawan is as he acknowledges his dad’s difficulties and is willing to work harder!



Image Source: Instagram/varundvn
 
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