Varun Dhawan Gives A Great Modern Twist To Chalti Hai Kya 9 se 12

Are You prepared to get a blast of 90’s Nostalgia? Varun Dhawan seems to be the most reliable star for this generation. David Dhawan is also on a contemporary role to prove why he is the best. And after getting to see the first look, we were even more excited for the song launch. Looks like Varun has what it takes to recreate the magic once created by Salman Khan and his co-stars. meanwhile, Jacqueline Fernandez and Tapsee Pannu seem to be filling the shoes of Karishma Kapoor and Rambha! We have no doubt the movie would just be as good!

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The original song, however, was just as fun but this one adds a rock band twist and has got the great cast of Varun, Tapsee, and Jacky dancing to the nearly perfected tunes from the 90’s. Looks like this movie will bring all your childhood memories to the forefront. And seeing Varun Dhawan replace Salman Khan gives you a different kind of thrill. But did you know Salman has a voice cameo in the beginning of the trailer where he shouts “Hello Brother”?

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The set pieces are extremely eye filling and indicate premium production values. The song has been released by the T-Series Channel on the Youtube. We have seen many cult hits but this is totally the best remake of the 90’s hit You could see the cast and crew of the movie having the most fun. You can also see a double up where Varun is role-playing with his other character ( which is Prem ) while the other twin brother ( Raja ). And then you also see him double up on the stage with both the leading ladies.

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