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Varun Dhawan and John Abraham enthrall fans while promoting Dishoom
Varun Dhawan and John Abraham are leaving no stones unturned to promote their upcoming film 'Dishoom' directed by Rohit Dhawan. Photo: Viral Bhayani
Varun Dhawan and John Abraham are leaving no stones unturned to promote their upcoming film 'Dishoom' directed by Rohit Dhawan. Photo: Viral Bhayani
While Varun and rapper Raftaar launched the song 'Toh Dishoom' amidst much fanfare in Mithibai college, John Abraham joined the two later in the day.
While Varun and rapper Raftaar launched the song 'Toh Dishoom' amidst much fanfare in Mithibai college, John Abraham joined the two later in the day.
The actor not only danced for fans at the college but also sang along with rapper Raftaar while there.
The actor not only danced for fans at the college but also sang along with rapper Raftaar while there.
Varun Dhawan also addressed questions thrown at him and spoke about how he faked confidence while shooting the helicopter sequence.
Varun Dhawan also addressed questions thrown at him and spoke about how he faked confidence while shooting the helicopter sequence.
Talking about the scene, Varun said, "It was scary. It was crazy; I've never had such an adrenaline rush in my life. I was hanging on to the helicopter and all I had was John (Abraham), who is on my left and I kept looking at John like that."
Talking about the scene, Varun said, "It was scary. It was crazy; I've never had such an adrenaline rush in my life. I was hanging on to the helicopter and all I had was John (Abraham), who is on my left and I kept looking at John like that."
"I had to make sure that we've strapped him well, so he doesn't get hurt. And after he was strapped in, I used to go and check everything," John said. He would also keep asking Varun if he was okay by showing a thumbs up sign.
"I had to make sure that we've strapped him well, so he doesn't get hurt. And after he was strapped in, I used to go and check everything," John said. He would also keep asking Varun if he was okay by showing a thumbs up sign.
But Varun said, "I don't know how to react, how do you react when you're in the air and you're just hanging off the helicopter and someone's asking me 'you're okay?' Honestly I faked the whole thing, because we have the action director in, so this is a two hero film. I'm a hero after all, so some confidence I have to show."
But Varun said, "I don't know how to react, how do you react when you're in the air and you're just hanging off the helicopter and someone's asking me 'you're okay?' Honestly I faked the whole thing, because we have the action director in, so this is a two hero film. I'm a hero after all, so some confidence I have to show."
"So when the other hero is behaving like everything is cool, everything is fine, I would just say that (actually worried) yes, I am good, man," Varun said.
"So when the other hero is behaving like everything is cool, everything is fine, I would just say that (actually worried) yes, I am good, man," Varun said.
Another scene from the film was also difficult for Varun, the scene featuring him hanging upside down to kiss Jacqueline, like a scene in the film Spiderman.
Another scene from the film was also difficult for Varun, the scene featuring him hanging upside down to kiss Jacqueline, like a scene in the film Spiderman.
About the scene, Varun said, "I in fact had a lot of blood rushing to my head during that time, I realised that it was probably not easy for Tobey Maguire or Andrew Garfield to play Spiderman. It's difficult to hang upside down."
About the scene, Varun said, "I in fact had a lot of blood rushing to my head during that time, I realised that it was probably not easy for Tobey Maguire or Andrew Garfield to play Spiderman. It's difficult to hang upside down."
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