Varun Dhawan Wears Saree And Poses With Anushka, Asks Who Wore It Better

Varun Dhawan and Anushka Sharma are coming together for a film titled Sui Dhaga: Made In India. The trailer of the film has already been released and looks promising. The duo is right now busy promoting their film. Recently, the duo had a fun moment after Varun accompanied Anushka by wearing a saree. We loved how instead of being embarrassed, he was actually enjoying it. Not only he wore the saree, but also posted a video on Instagram as well. Before anyone could make fun of him, he himself did the same through his caption.

Sharing the video, he wrote, "Who wore it better Mamta or mauji par sab badhiyaa hai"

Well, we must say that he draped the saree so well, and carried with a grace. Moreover, we are in love with his expressions and can't really decide that who looks better.

Anushka Sharma too shared the picture and wrote, "Don't ask."

The comment box is filled with laughter and cute comments.

Sui Dhaga is an upcoming comedy drama film direct by Sharat Katariya. The film is produced under the banner of Yash Raj Films.

Varun Dhawan playes Mauji who is a trailer and Anushka plays the role of his wife Mamta who is an embroiderer.

Producer Maneesh Sharma had said in a statement, "Varun and Anushka relished the chance to go out of the comfort zone of being portrayed as glamorous stars. Mauji and Mamta are salt of the earth characters and these characters gave our duo the chance to really push themselves as actors."

Director of the film said, "More than getting a fresh 'jodi', the excitement was to get the right actors who will complement each other. And luckily, both of them agreed to do the film and they have done a remarkable job which everyone will get to see on September 28."

The film will release on 28 September.

by Admin | Thu, Aug 16 - 12:09 PM

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