Varun Dhawan

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Varun Dhawan (born 24 April 1987) is an Indian actor and a former model. Dhawan marked his debut in Karan Johar's Student Of The Year (2012) —and won a Stardust Awards for Breakthrough Performance – Male.

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Injuries on the sets are part of any Bollywood actor's life. Recently, Varun Dhawan got injured on the sets of his father, David Dhawan's upcoming film, Main Tera Hero, in Bangkok. The actor had to undergo 10 days of physiotherapy after returning from Thailand.  
After working with the likes of Salman Khan, Govinda and Karisma Kapoor, David Dhawan will soon be directing his son for the first time in Main Tera Hero (MTH). And the director reveals that Varun, in fact, is the youngest actor that he has ever worked with.
Colors is set to provide a platform for celebrioties from different walks of life to leverage their fame for the benefit of the common man with the upcoming show Mission Sapne.
A week ago, Varun Dhawan was busy with a photo shoot when he was informed that one of his fans - a Ukrainian girl named Nastya - had come down to city to meet him.
Actor Varun Dhawan was so committed to work on his physique for his next film, Main Tera Hero, that he turned the roads of Bangkok, Thailand, into his gym.
It remains to be seen whether director David Dhawan’s upcoming film Main Tera Hero will provide any laughs, but its lead actors Nargis Fakhri and Varun Dhawan had everyone in splits with their refreshing candour and effortless charm during their visit to the city on Friday.
Actor Varun Dhawan has five kissing scenes in his forthcoming film, Main Tera Hero, directed by his father David Dhawan. Interestingly, the young actor finds nothing wrong in locking lips onscreen “in the 21st ­century”.
Varun Dhawan, who went all out for the publicity of his latest release Main Tera Hero, says superstar Shah Rukh Khan is his role model when it comes to film marketing.
Varun Dhawan has just turned 27, and is quite clear that he won't date or marry a Bollywood babe.
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