OMG! Varun Dhawan JAILED?

By Goher Iqbal Punn, Film Critic & Entertainment Analyst, Showbiz Bites

Varun DhawanVarun Dhawan jailed – yes, this happened but not actually the actor had to be put behind the bars rather he went there to shoot for his upcoming movie ‘Badlapur’. A few months back, Varun was there in the Nasik Jail to shoot the sequences for the film. He spent three days in the jail there and during his stay he ate the jail food instead of eating the food from outside.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui was also with him during the shoot and he too ate the same food with Varun. He decided to eat the jail food by himself. He had heard a lot of stories about the bad food served in the jail, but when he got to know that the jail food was much tasty, he decided to eat the same instead of eating from outside.

Varun liked the roti, daal and vegenatbles in the jail. Film is slated for 20th February release all over.

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