Varun Dhawan’s stage performance appreciated by Prabhu Deva

Varun Dhawan has shown his talent on the big-screen in his debut film, Student of the Year. Playing the lead alongside Siddharth Malhotra and Alia Bhatt, Varun was launched in Karan’s fifth directorial venture, Student of the Year. The son of the veteran filmmaker David Dhawan, Varun has grabbed hearts across India and internationally with his debut appearance. Besides being a talented actor, Varun is also a great dancer and his moves have been appreciated by several industry members including dancing guru, Prabhu Deva.

varun dhawan

varun dhawan

The young actor performed for the first time on stage at the recent Zee Cine Awards and had the opportunity to meet Prabhu Deva. “Varun was very nervous while he was sitting in his room before the show. That’s when Prabhu sir walked in and wished him good luck. He told Varun about how he still gets nervous during stage performances. He even mentioned that he really liked Varun’s work in SOTY,” says an eye-witness adding, “Before leaving the room, he told Varun to put all his energy into the performance and just give it his best. He also told him that he was looking forward to watching him dance on stage.”

As per reports, Prabhu Deva also sent the young actor an appreciation message after the show was over, praising his performance. Varun Dhawan will be seen in an upcoming film produced by Ekta Kapoor. Titled Main Tera Hero, the film is a remake of the Telugu hit film Kandireega (2011). Also, this upcoming film will be directed by Varun’s father, David Dhawan and will hit production lines this year.

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