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Varun Dhawan won’t wear coolie outfit in Coolie No 1

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Varun Dhawan won’t wear coolie outfit in Coolie No 1

Incongruity can go no further. Varun Dhawan, the famous child of the incomparable David Dhawan won’t wear the coolie’s outfit in the Dhawans’ second cooperative endeavor Coolie No 1. A source near the task told this author, “I don’t think Varun would look cool in that red outfit which Govinda wore as a coolie in the first Coolie No 1 or Bachchan Saab (Amitabh Bachchan) wore in Coolie. Those occasions were extraordinary. These days in the event that you go to any railroad station in Mumbai the ‘coolies’ don’t spruce up that way. Truth be told they are never again called coolies”

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In any case, at that point for what reason is the new symbol of the David Dharan – Govinda starrer highlighting Dhawan’s ‘cool’ child called Coolie No.1? The inquiry here isn’t one of social changes that the clothing regulation has experienced in this nation since Coolie No 1 and Coolie were initially made during the 1990s. The inquiry is of our present stars looking ‘cool’ regardless of what they do. Furthermore, believability be condemned.

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A movie producer who is right now dealing with a goal-oriented undertaking with Salman Khan says, “Social character is definitely not an attractive thing any more. You demonstrate your Muslim legend in a customary pathani suit or with a facial hair and you are blamed for stereotyping. I needed Salman to be dressed by his character’s social foundation. In any case, I was told it won’t be ‘cool’ to do as such.”

The inquiry is, who characterizes what is cool or not? The style police, the ethical police, the garments planners or the legend who will wear what he needs to wear?

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