Varun Dhawan and Sara Ali Khan Shine Bright In Yellow After Choreographer Ganesh Acharya’s Dancing Class!
Varun and Sara were recently snapped by the shutterbugs as they stepped out in casual attire after their dancing class. They also took the cutest picture in class that has gone viral! Check it out
David Dhawan’s upcoming venture Coolie No.1 is being touted as one of the most anticipated films. What makes the wait all the more worthy is the fact that the acclaimed director’s son Varun Dhawan will be playing the lead. And his chemistry will budding actor Sara Ali Khan is too cute to handle! The cast headed to Thailand this week to shoot some sequences from the film. Upon their return to India, they are now busy with the remainder of the filming. Not only the storyline or the songs, but the way dances are choreographed is extremely important for a film to work at the box office too. Hence, both actors are taking this very seriously and have been attending rehearsals together.
They were recently snapped by the shutterbugs as they stepped out in casual attire after their dancing class. Varun wore a loose blue and red chequered print shirt with a red tee inside, black joggers and matching shoes. Sara was clad in a grey top and black lowers.
Varun Dhawan and Sara Ali Khan
Now, Varun and celebrity photographer Viral Bhayani have taken to Instagram to share a cute photo from the rehearsals. Varun captioned their photo as, “MASTERJI @ganeshacharyaa @saraalikhan95 #coolieno1 (Sara ji)!” Ganesh commented on it and wrote, “@varundvn it was my first hit film and I’m looking forward to recreate it. Good luck to you and @saraalikhan95.”
In the picture, Varun can be seen striking a cool pose with choreographer, Ganesh Acharya. He donned a bright yellow T-shirt with navy blue track pants while Sara can be seen twinning in a yellow crop top and black track pants. Ganesh can be seen pointing at the two. Varun and Sara can be seen doing namaste in the photo. Ganesh had choreographed the Govinda and Karisma Kapoor-starrer Coolie No. 1 back in 1995 too! How cool is that?