India has been busy celebrating Republic Day this Saturday. While some are enjoying the much-deserved holiday, others are watching all the patriotic films they can find. Our Bollywood celebs too have plans for the day and three of them have reached Attari-Wagah border in Amritsar to celebrate Republic Day. We are talking about Varun Dhawan, Vicky Kaushal and Yami Gautam. Vicky and Yami are there to promote their film Uri: The Surgical Strike. The movie is in its third week, but the makers are still promoting the film and cashing in on its huge success given that it has collected Rs 138 crore and is the first blockbuster of the year.
While Vicky is soaking in the success, Varun is in Punjab shooting of his next. The October star will soon be seen in a film directed by Remo D’Souza and will star opposite Shraddha Kapoor and Prabhudheva. Before visiting Wagah border, Varun took to his Insta story to inform his fans that he would be visiting the famed location. We got our hands on picture of all three stars enjoying the day at the Wagah border. While Vicky and Yami opted for traditional attire, Varun is seen sporting an army print pant, a black t-shirt and a BSF jacket.
Varun's pictures indicate that his josh was quite high at the event. He waved the Indian flag high while making a grand entry. But what grabs our attention here is Varun's hair. Notice how the star has got it highlighted. Thanks to his appearance at the Wagah border, the actor's look from his next has been revealed. A few days ago, Remo shared a video from a salon where Varun was visibly upset about getting his long hair cut.
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And the journey begins new cut , new look , new beginning thanks @aalimhakim for the fab look and thanks Varun for trusting us and cutting your locks hahhahahahahha can’t wait to show everyone ur new look :)))) #3 #3iscoming @tseries.official @lizelleremodsouza @varundvn
Talking about his movie, though the makers are yet to reveal the official title of the film, we kind of know what it's going to be called. The got out the detective in us and found out that the movie is titled Street Dancer. The makers shared a clapboard when the shooting of the film kickstarted and used white tape to hide the name and wrote #3 over it. But the name under the tape couldn't quite escape our hawk eyes.