Meanwhile, the shoot for Coolie No 1 was kickstarted in Bangkok last week with Varun and Sara joining the whole team. Varun shared a motion poster of the film on social media saying, "Kuli No. 1, 1st May 2020". While one poster features only Varun in the attire of a coolie, the other poster showcases the crackling chemistry between Sara and Varun, who will be sharing screen space for the first time. "Mujhe pata hai ki aapko pata hai". Lekin kya aapko voh pata hai jo mujhe pata hai? Paresh Rawal will be stepping into the shoes of Kader Khan.More news: Taliban Says Latest Round of US-Taliban Talks Finishes
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Kartik and Sara were seen painting the town red ever since they started shooting for the Imtiaz Ali directorial. The film brings back the hit combination of David and Bhagnani after 10 years. Not just her debut film Kedarnath, but her second film Simmba also released in the same month of December. The movie reunites Varun and Shraddha with filmmaker Remo D'souza after ABCD 2 (2015), which was a big box-office success. Produced by Vashu Bhagnani, Jackky Bhagnani and Deepshikha Deshmukh, let's wait and watch how Sara Ali Khan and Varun Dhawan manages to enthrall the audience.More news: All The Ways To Buy The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 In Australia
The film, Coolie No 1 will see Sara Ali Khan reprise the role played by stunning actress Karisma Kapoor. Aaj Kal is slated to hit the marquee on 14 February, 2020.
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