Varunn Jain opens up on working within the internet sequence ‘Dhappa’


Mumbai, Might 27 (IANS): Actor Varunn Jain, who at the moment performs the parallel lead function of Chirag Modi within the tv present ‘Tera Mera Saath Rahe’, feels love tales in small cities and cities are completely different from one another.

The actor can even be seen in upcoming romantic sequence ‘Dhappa’.

He says: “Love tales in cities and villages nonetheless differ in our nation. Cities are stuffed with folks from completely different walks of life. Folks listed below are extra vocal about their companions and romance with none hesitation. At instances residing relationships are additionally welcomed right here not like small cities. Small cities are additionally an exquisite place to fall in love. And main accountability for these {couples} is to maintain their love tales a secret. They romance both on name, chats or in gestures.”

He continues including that the tales shall be a laughter journey for viewers.

He provides: “Rural setting the place lovers can fall for each other beneath the celebrities. However metropolis love tales give the 2 lovebirds an opportunity to decelerate amid the backdrop of a bustling metropolis, full of excellent meals, artwork, music, and a lot extra. So, our sequence ‘Dhappa’ is a romantic laughter journey and shall be a deal with to my followers.”

The upcoming present ‘Dhappa’ brings 5 love tales filled with romance, challenges and enjoyable. The sequence is directed by Anil V. Kumar and Varunn is worked up to work with him.

He says: “I had fun taking pictures with our director Anil sir. He’s fabulous and I want to work, too, together with him. I shall be seen essaying the function of Sanjay within the sequence. It’s a difficult and fully recent function in comparison with all that I had essayed earlier than.”

Varunn is best-known for enjoying the function of Mohit within the common tv present ‘Diya Aur Baati Hum’ and has additionally featured in exhibits like ‘Kaali – Ek Agnipariksha’ and ‘Pehredaar Piya Ki’.




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