BTS Fan Varun Dhawan Doesn't Need 'Permission To Dance.' Do You?

Varun Dhawan in a still from his video. (Image courtesy: varundvn)

Highlights

  • Varun Dhawan shared a video on Tuesday
  • He can be seen grooving to the track Permission To Dance
  • “BTS Army,” he wrote in the caption

New Delhi:

Varun Dhawan set the dance mood right on Instagram on Tuesday with his latest post. The actor posted a video of himself dancing to the beats of K-Pop stars BTS’ new song Permission To Dance with other BTS fans. In case you didn’t know, Varun Dhawan once arrived at the Zee Cine Awards wearing a quirky outfit inspired by BTS’ Jin’s look at the 2018 Mnet Asian Music Awards in Japan (more on that later). In his latest post, Varun Dhawan can be seen “warming up” by grooving to the peppy track Permission To Dance that released last month. “We don’t need permission to dance…#Btsarmy #warmupsong,” the actor wrote in the caption.

See Varun Dhawan, sorry, BTS fan Varun Dhawan’s post here:

In 2019, Varun Dhawan was photographed at the Zee Cine Awards sporting a similar suit worn by Jin at the aforementioned award show in 2018.

719of4sg

Varun Dhawan at Zee Cine Awards 2019.

Varun’s outfit quickly caught the attention of BTS Army in India and one of the fans tweeted this:

Varun Dhawan, son of filmmaker David Dhawan, made his debut in Bollywood with Karan Johar’s 2012 film Student Of The Year. His film credits include Badlapur, Dilwale, Sui Dhaaga, Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania and ABCD 2. He was last seen in Coolie No 1.

In his review for NDTV, film critic Saibal Chatterjee gave the film one star out of five and wrote: “Coolie No 1 definitely has more colour and slickness, but all its gloss is strictly superficial. The new version is flashier and louder. The hope clearly is to paper over – and drown out – the sheer pointlessness of the exercise. But no matter what the director and his son, lead actor Varun Dhawan, try, this coolie is anything but numero uno. The 2020 Coolie No 1, released on Amazon Prime Video, is no patch on the 1995 Coolie No 1.

Varun Dhawan has a couple of films lined up, including Jug Jugg Jeeyo and Bhediya.





Source link