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Varun Dhawan Is A Proud Son, Expresses His Joy With A Social Media Post

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| October 1 , 2017 , 17:20 IST

Star-kids are never alien to the concept of the limelight and are often seen making a living out of their family's legacy than something else. From Amitabh-Abhishek to Rishi-Ranbir, Bollywood has seen many father-son duos working together in films and creating history.

Once a Starkid, Varun Dhawan is now a well-recognised face in Bollywood and that is not because of his family history but his sheer acting prowess. Instead of being ashamed of his hierarchy, the actor is proud as a son.

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Varun's latest release 'Judwaa 2' is helmed by his own father and ace Bollywood director, David Dhawan, who also directed the 1997 flick on the which film is based. Amidst the warm response from the audience and phenomenal box-office response, Junior Dhawan has his old man to thank.

In a heart-warming post uploaded by Varun Dhawan on social media, he expressed his gratitude towards David for directing the film. The collage has many pictures taken during the shoot of the film and it is clear that the two enjoyed their time working together.

'Judwaa 2' team including the lead actresses, Jacqueline Fernandez and Taapsee Pannu have been going around promoting the film, which has forced many to book their tickets. Their latest stop was the sets of 'Bigg Boss 11' grand premiere, where they had the time of their life with host and original Judwaa, Salman Khan.

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The film recreates the iconic twins, 'Raja' and 'Prem' played by Varun Dhawan who are separated at birth but due to some twins' connection, find their way back to each other. 'Judwaa 2' is creating magic on box-office with its whopping two-day collection of Rs. 36.65 crore.

During the entire debate on Nepotism that was making rounds lately, Varun has admitted that as David Dhawan's son, his entry in films was much earlier than any struggling actor. At the same time, he has reiterated that no one can survive a career without talent.