Judwaa 2: Salman Khan's cameo in Varun Dhawan's upcoming may be only two minutes long
It is being speculated that Salman Khan's cameo appearance in Varun Dhawan-starrer Judwaa 2 will last only for 2 minutes.
Judwaa 2 has been the buzz for quite some time now. David Dhawan's upcoming revived version of his 1997 comedy blockbuster, Judwaa, starring Salman Khan (in a double role, of course), Karisma Kapoor and Rambha had the audience laughing their hearts out.
The second installment, starring Varun Dhawan (as twins, Raja and Prem) along with Taapsee Pannu and Jacqueline Fernandez as romantic leads, is all set to release on 29 September, this Dussehra.
Earlier it was reported that Salman Khan will also feature in the film for a brief cameo, most tentatively in the climax scene. But now, according to a report by DNA, his appearance will reportedly last just for two minutes.
It was said that Khan will appear as the grown-up versions of his 1997 film characters and his twin avatars are reported to have a face-off with Varun's double roles, reports Mid-day, in one of its earlier reports. It is touted to be the "biggest highlight" of the film.
DNA says that Khan and Varun (in their respective double avatars) are going to meet each other in a hotel room sequence and share a few dialogues, just before the credits roll.
Recently, on 16 August, the first-look of the film was released. Following that, on 18 August, Varun took to Twitter and released the latest poster of the film:
— Varun PREM Dhawan (@Varun_dvn) August 18, 2017
Presented by Fox Star Studios and Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment, Judwaa 2 will be the 43rd film to be directed by David Dhawan. The trailer of the film is slated to release on 21 August.
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