Sara Ali Khan is gearing up for promotions of her upcoming movie Coolie No. 1 reverse Varun Dhawan. It is a remake of the hit Govinda and Karishma Kapoor 1995 movie of the identical identify. Both the unique and the remake are creations by the identical director – David Dhawan. Though recognized for his comedy, Sara just lately revealed a facet of David which can be a shock to most. When the director loses his cool, he will get actually indignant and one such anger-fueled stint was attributable to his son and star of the movie.
Talking to Mumbai Mirror, the actress revealed that the director resorted to shouting to the two leads on set. “We were filming Main Toh Raste Se when David sir got upset with me and shouted at me because, although I was ready for my shot, I was supposed to tag something on my costume and that was taking time. Varun was doing some costume business in the van and David sir got pretty upset at him as it was delaying the shoot,” she mentioned.
She later added the anger stemmed as a result of of Varun, however David expelled it out on Sara. She referred to as it “bit of an issue”, however clarified it was all good later.
The movie has been by way of many extra tiffs off-screen throughout its manufacturing. One different second when the father-son duo refused to see eye-to-eye was concerning the launch of the movie. Back in October, it was reported the two had a distinction in opinion about choosing OTT platforms. As coronavirus pandemic shut down the leisure trade for some time, most studios resorted to platforms like Amazon Prime and Netflix or Hotstar for his or her pending releases.
David additionally needed to go the identical route and launch the movie to the public. However, Varun was strictly towards the movie being launched on OTT platforms. According to Bollywood Hungama, sources near the father and son revealed it was as a result of Varun didn’t need to be tagged as an “OTT actor.” However, David appeared to have gained this struggle as the movie is releasing on Amazon Prime on December 25, 2020.