Troll doubts Varun Dhawan’s Covid-19 favourable final result actor hits again with a savage reply | Bollywood Bubble

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The Coronavirus pandemic has disrupted everyone’s life. Right after lockdown limitations were uplifted, numerous films’ shoot resumed. Nevertheless, in spite of getting all the safety measures, some actors have contracted the deadly virus on the sets of their films.

Lately, Varun Dhawan examined beneficial for Covid-19 when he kickstarted the shoot of his future film ‘Jug Jugg Jeeyo’. The actor took to his Instagram deal with and confirmed the news. However, when a troll doubted Varun’s diagnosis, the actor hit back with a savage reply.

Varun took to his Instagram cope with and informing his prognosis and wrote, “So as I returned to perform in the pandemic era I have contracted #covid_19. All precautions had been taken by the generation but however almost nothing is specific in daily life especially not covid-19. So make sure you be additional cautious I think I could have been more cautious. I see the get perfectly soon messages and my spirits are high taking every day at a time ?? thank u.”

Shortly a troll commented on the actor’s put up, “Bhai sahi mein hua hai na? Ya phir yahan bhi ordinary khaasi ki overacting kar raha hai (Do you in fact have it or are you pretending that your ordinary cough is Covid-19)”

Replying to the troll, Varun wrote, “Wow ur so humorous. What an amazing perception of humour you have. I hope you and your household don’t have to suffer as a result of this nevertheless they will have to experience by way of your unfortunate excuse of humour. Get effectively before long son.”

Well, that is how you shut the trolls.

Meanwhile, Varun is gearing up for the launch of ‘Coolie No 1’ which is scheduled to release on December 25. The film stars Sara Ali Khan opposite Varun and is a remake of David Dhawan’s movie of the similar title that unveiled in 1995.

Also Read: ‘Jug Jugg Jeeyo’: Film’s shoot stalled as Neetu Kapoor & Varun Dhawan take a look at favourable for Covid-19