Varun Dhawan, who recently wrapped up Judwaa 2 in Mauritius, is currently taking a brief break from work before starting his next film titled October. Earlier this morning, Varun Dhawan left for Delhi to spend some time with army personnel at the Indo- Tibetan Border Police camp in Greater Noida.
On Wednesday, Varun Dhawan spent the day learning rope climbing, weapon-loading, weight-training, parade and more. He also spent learning rope climbing and played a game of volleyball. This afternoon, Varun Dhawan shared a photograph with the army personnel and wrote, “It was truly one of the most inspiring moments of my life getting to spend the day with our commandos at the indo-Tibet border police camp. #realheroes.”
Varun Dhawan also shared a video while screaming ‘commandos’ with the army men. He captioned it, “Spent the most amazing day with the commandos at the indo-Tibet border police camp. They are the real heroes these are the role models people should have in life.”
On the work front, Varun Dhawan has many projects in the pipeline. The actor will be next seen in father David Dhawan’s directorial Judwaa 2 alongside Jacqueline Fernandez and Taapsee Pannu. It is scheduled to release on September 29, 2017. Post Judwaa 2, Varun Dhawan will start shooting for Shoojit Sircar’s film, October. Varun will also star in Sharat Katariya’s directorial Sui Dhaaga– Made In India opposite Anushka Sharma.