Coolie No 1: Varun Dhawan And Sara Ali Khan Heat It Up During Dance Practice

Watch Varun Dhawan and Sara Ali Khan’s fun BTS while practising for their songs in ‘Coolie No.1’

Vaishnavi Navalkar

December 22, 2020

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Varun Dhawan and Sara Ali Khan will star in the upcoming comedy film Coolie No. 1. The songs of the films have already been released on YouTube and fans are going gaga over the two stars’ dance performance and chemistry. Soon some BTS of their dance practice went viral on the internet, and fans loved the BTS video too. Check out Varun and Sara’s BTS dance video to have a laugh riot.

The BTS video featuring Varun Dhawan and Sara Ali Khan started with Sara practicing her steps with Varun. She started going all crazy while Varun looked at her, laughing and trying to cope with her dance steps. Sara Ali Khan has always shown her goofy side and it was fun to see her get goofy with Varun, in the video. The songs for which Varun Dhawan and Sara were practicing are Husn Hai Suhaana, Mummy Kasam and Mirchi Lagi from their upcoming film. The soundtrack of the film over which the two actors are having a ball are remakes of the original songs, starring Govinda.

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The BTS dance video also included a small clip from their movie promotion. Sara Ali Khan looked cute in her denim dress while Varun quite stayed in his on-screen character and donned a red and white printed shirt. They posed for the paps and looked adorable together and soon went in for promoting their upcoming film.

Directed by David Dhawan, Coolie No. 1 will be releasing on December 25, 2020. The film is a remake of the original 1995 film, which starred Govinda and Karisma Kapoor in the lead roles. The film was initially supposed to release in May but got postponed due to Covid-19.

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