'Golmaal Again' trailer to release with 'Judwaa 2'

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'Golmaal Again' trailer to release with 'Judwaa 2'

Varun Dhawan's look as tapori Raja from his upcoming film Judwaa 2, was a pleasant surprise for his fans as they have never seen this actor with the flawless boy-next-door looks, flaunting long hair.

While he is prepping up for the release of the much-awaited film, which is remake of 1997 release starring Salman Khan, Varun has a couple of other projects in his kitty too.

While the teaser has been released today, the peppy song Aa Toh Sahi would be out tomorrow at 11 am.

The song will released on Thursday at 11am. The song "Aa Toh Sahi" has been sung by Meet Bros and Neha Kakkar and they shot the song on the attractive beaches of Mauritius. It will also star Jacqueline Fernandez as Alishka played by Karisma Kapoor under the name of Mala in the original film, and Taapsee Pannu as Samaira, while the original character was named Roopa played by Rambha.

Talking about the movie "Judwaa 2" which is a story of twins (Prem and Raja) they both are born in a businessman family but they are separated at birth when their father exposes their smuggling racket.

Taapsee will next be seen in "Judwaa 2", directed by David Dhawan.

The fourth song from Sajid Nadiadwala's Judwaa 2 is a peppy dance number Aa To Sahi that highlights the confusion, fun, and madness of the film due to the presence of the identical twins - Prem and Raja.

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