Varun Dhawan shares video of David Dhawan talking about his punishing work schedule
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Varun Dhawan shares video of David Dhawan talking about his punishing work schedule

Varun Dhawan felt he was having a hard day, shooting in fever for Street Dancer 3D, until dad David Dhawan’s anecdote about working 20-hour shifts came to his mind

Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan shared a video earlier this week which shows his father, David Dhawan speaking about his hectic work schedule during the shoot for “Shola Aur Shabnam.” Varun, who is quite impressed with his Dad’s work ethics, revealed that, he has been working on “Street Dancer 3D” despite high fever. It is pertinent to mention that he will be seen working with his dad in “Coolie No. 1”. In the video, David is seen wearing casuals and explaining how he has worked in double shifts from 9am to 5pm and then 8pm to 4am. He talks in detail about shuttling between the location and hotel.

“My dad’s schedule for his film vs my schedule. Even with fever while I shoot and think today was a hard day on the sets of #sd3. This is only till my dad told me how he used to shoot a double shift going up to nearly 19 or 20 hrs a day sometimes. Those days the unions where not strong enough for technicians and films needed to be made in this manner. i want to always be the hardest worker in the room and I still have alot of catching up to do to earn that place in my home. #lovefilms,” wrote Varun as he shared the video.

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It is pertinent to mention that Varun has worked with his dad in “Main Tera Hero” and “Judwaa 2.” Talking about his father, Varun said, “The way he faces adversity. He has faced a lot of ups and downs but the way he has come back... after every failure, he has come back stronger. I remember in 2000s, his career had a bad dip and almost three of his films didn’t work in a row and he was written off. But, then he came back with a massive hit in Mujhse Shaadi Karogi (2014). He has never waited for big stars. He made Chashme Baddoor (2013), which was such a big hit. I wish I had that quality. I don’t want to only wait for big directors. I want to be able to do well with new directors and with directors whose previous films haven’t done well.”

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