Varun and Shraddha to return for ‘ABCD 3’

Duo to reunite with Remo D’Souza after fulfilling other commitments


July 11, 2015
Varun and Shraddha have known each other for the past 21 years. PHOTO: FILE

MUMBAI: Director Remo D’Souza is over the moon after the super success of Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor starrer ABCD 2 and says that he will make ABCD 3 with the same cast once they are free from their other professional commitments.

“Right now we are all in to ABCD 2. I am shooting something else, Varun is shooting something else and so is Shraddha. So once we three are free from our other commitments, we will make ABCD 3,” the director said here Friday at the success party of ABCD 2.

ABCD 2 is a sequel to Remo’s 2013 dance-based 3D film ABCDAnyBody Can Dance. Released on June 19, it became an unexpected entry into the 100 crore club.

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On the other hand Varun thanked his ABCD 2 co-star Shraddha Kapoor for always being by his side.The 28-year-old took to Twitter on Saturday, to express his feelings for his childhood friend hoping that their bond will strengthen with time.

“She’s been my friend and by my side for 21 years and hope we continue being friends always,” Varun tweeted alongside a selfie of the duo.

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Earlier, Varun and Shraddha, 26, celebrated the success of Remo D’Souza’s directorial ABCD 2, which has become the second film of 2015 to collect over Rs1 billion. Right after the release of the film both Varun and Shradhha were lauded for their impeccable dancing talent and it took people with a lot of surprise because their last films, Badlapur and Haider respectively had very serious story lines.

Published in The Express Tribune, July 12th, 2015.

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