While people are worried sick about their livelihoods amid the coronavirus crisis, Varun Dhawan’s lady luck seems to be on overdrive. While all kinds of shootings have been stalled amid the lockdown, Dhawan has been hitting headlines for likely collaborations with several directors lately.

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First, there were reports of Varun being approached for Atlee’s Theri remake that may be backed by his mentor Karan Johar. Now the rumour mill has been churning reports of a possible collaboration between Varun and Stree director Amar Kaushik. Yes, guys, that might soon happen! While there is no denying Varun Dhawan’s comic timing, we all saw what Amar can do with Stree.

Varun Dhawan To Team Up With Stree Director Amar Kaushik For A 'Game-Changer' Comedy?
Varun Dhawan To Team Up With Stree Director Amar Kaushik For A ‘Game-Changer’ Comedy?

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A certain source close to these developments has been quoted by Bollywood Hungama has said, “Varun and Amar have been discussing multiple films for collaboration for a while now and they have finally zeroed down on an idea. Amar is currently developing it further and will have a bound script ready in a couple of months’ time. Varun and his filmmaker-father, David are both excited about the subject and believe that it would be a game-changer in the comic space.”

Varun also has a Sriram Raghavan film in the making and has dad David Dhawan’s Coolie No.1 reboot as well alongside Sara Ali Khan. The source has also revealed that Varun has a film under the Nadiadwala banner that will be helmed by director Anurag Singh of Kesari fame.

The source signed off saying, “Varun is now looking to balance in the commercial space by exploring different sub-genres. He is going to be a force to reckon with in the near future. He has learned from his mistake and is looking to rise like a phoenix.”

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