Varun Dhawan To Play A Hip, Jeans-and-T-shirt Clad Coolie in ‘Coolie No. 1’ Remake

Varun Dhawan To Play A Hip, Jeans-and-T-shirt Clad Coolie in ‘Coolie No. 1’ Remake

Varun Dhawan will play a different character to Govinda in the original Coolie No. 1. Read some juicy details of the project here
Varun Dhawan To Play A Hip, Jeans-and-T-shirt Clad Coolie in ‘Coolie No. 1’ Remake
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Varun Dhawan turns a year old on April 24. And that will be the day when the actor’s next film Coolie No. 1 to be directed by his father David Dhawan will be officially launched. The entire Dhawan clan including Varun’s girlfriend, Natasha Dalal, is expected to appear together on one stage for the occasion.

Says a source, “On Varun’s birthday details on his next film Coolie No. 1 will be announced.” The original Coolie No. 1, Govinda, is also expected to be present to grace the occasion. But considering how moody Govinda sounds about his relations with David Dhawan we wonder if he will turn  up.

Here are some details of  the newly-revamped remake that will be revealed officially on April 24. Varun plays a very hip and trendy coolie. According to a source close to  the project, “The red coolie’s uniform that Govinda and Amitabh Bachchan wore in Coolie No. 1 and Coolie are a thing of the past. If you see the coolies on Matunga station of Mumbai Central they are dressed in jeans and T-shirt. Ditto Varun.”

Also his character won’t spend much time on the railway station. “Once it’s established what Varun’s profession is, the film will quickly move to the comedy and drama  outside the railway station.”

Sara Ali Khan will be playing a character inspired by Karisma Kapoor from the original. “She will play a feisty outgoing glib talker, just like Karisma.”

Karisma Kapoor and Govinda in the original 'Coolie No. 1'

Two of the chartbusters composed by Anand-Milind for the original Coolie No. 1 in 1995 will re-imagined for the remake. These are 'Husn hai suhana' and Main to raste se ja raha tha. Says a source very close to the project, “We plan to keep the original songs as sung by Abhijeet-Chandana Dixit (Husn hai suhana) and Kumar Sanu-Alka Yagnik (Main to raste se jaa raha tha) in the remake. Why should David Dhawan re-mix those hits when they are popular to this day?”

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