Varun Dhawan interrupts a Bhediya performance at a college in Jaipur to resuscitate a fainting admirer.
Recently, while the actor was promoting his film Bhediya, Varun Dhawan left a gathering in Jaipur to help a college student who had fainted.
Kriti Sanon and Varun Dhawan recently travelled to Jaipur to promote their film, Bhediya. When a girl dropped out of a promotional event at a college in Jaipur, Varun intervened and helped the woman. He left the stage after helping the girl get back to normal and helping her drink some water.
A video from the Jaipur event was posted on the actor’s fan pages. He was dressed in a colourful jacket over a t-shirt and pants, while Kriti was wearing a strapless green gown. In the footage, the youngster can be seen sitting with her back to the stage and drinking water from Varun’s hands. Wonderful of him! In response to the video that was tweeted, a follower wrote. Varun Dhawan is unquestionably a brilliant actor and a wonderful person. Good luck, gentleman. Another person said, “He is truly the greatest. My VD.”
The main character of Amar Kaushik’s Stree film, Bhediya, is a werewolf named Bhaskar (Varun), who gets bitten by one and transforms into one on every full moon night as a result. Kriti Sanon makes an appearance as a veterinarian in the film. As well as Deepak Dobriyal and Abhishek Banerjee, it will be released in theatres on November 25.
Varun recently revealed that he has been dealing with vestibular hypofunction. As his followers voiced their concern, he tweeted about how he was managing the situation. He continued in the post, “Hey everyone, I know I just gave an interview where I spoke about my health not being 100%. The amount of sympathy and care that has since come my way has humbled and moved me. really driven to get back to full strength. I would like to reassure everyone who has been concerned that I am doing considerably better thanks to yoga, swimming, physiotherapy, and a change in lifestyle. Get some sun; that is the most important thing. Above all else, Bhagwan’s