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Jugjagg Jio duo Varun Dhawan, Anil Kapoor will reunite for the remake of David Dhawan’s film? MPNRC News

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Varun Dhawan and Anil Kapoor will also be seen in Coffee with Karan 7.

Varun Dhawan was asked which remake of Anil Kapoor’s film he would like to work in. He then suggested working on a remake of David Dhawan’s film.

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Varun Dhawan and Jugjag Jio’s entire cast are taking a leap on the success of the film which was released on the silver screen last year. Co-starring Kiara Advani, Anil Kapoor and Neetu Kapoor, the film has received a spontaneous response from the audience. In a recent interview, veteran actor Anil Kapoor hinted that he is ready to work with Varun once again. Also in a remake of David Dhawan’s film.

In a conversation with BollywoodLife, Varun was asked which remake of Anil’s film he would like to work in. Varun then suggested that he work in a remake of his father David Dhawan’s Diwana Mastana. He also suggested that the two should do it together.

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Meanwhile, according to trade analyst Taran Adarsh, Juggjug Geo saw a growth of nearly 60% on the second Saturday. The film had grossed Rs 3.03 crore on Friday, followed by Rs 4.75 crore on Saturday and has grossed Rs 61.44 crore so far.

According to a Box Office India report, the film has made a big leap in the northern circuit, including Delhi-NCR and East Punjab. Apart from this, the film also made huge profits in Bangalore and Kolkata. However, Karan Johar’s film failed to retain its audience in Gujarat. “The increase on Saturday took place everywhere except Gujarat. It did not show the increase that was supposed to take place. But it could be a market thing as even the blockbuster Gujarati film could not show the turnover on Saturday which was certain. In the north, the film did well in both Delhi NCR and East Punjab, while Bangalore and Kolkata also did well. Despite the bad weather, the city of Mumbai has survived, so in general, Mumbai and large collection areas in the north are doing well, ”the report said.

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