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When Kareena Kapoor Asks You To Dance, You Dance: Vijay Varma On His Dancing Sequences In ‘Jaane Jaan’

Vijay Varma opens up on his first on-screen dancing moments with in his latest ‘Jaane Jaan’.

Kareena Kapoor and Vijay Varma
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Vijay Varma is without a doubt Indian cinema's most versatile actor, who never fails to astound his fans and viewers with his extraordinary performances. While the chameleon on screen actor has left a lasting impression with his dramatic performances in a variety of roles, the actor astonished everyone with his protagonist performance in the latest film Jaane Jaan. Having been receiving accolades for his role in the thriller drama, Vijay Varma garners notice for his first-ever on-screen dance performance from the film, in which he is seen dancing with Kareena Kapoor Khan.

The film directed by Sujoy Ghosh, 'Jaane Jaan' features Vijay Varma dancing for the first time on-screen and sharing the story behind his dance performance. 

Vijay Varma took to his social media and shared a series of super adorable pictures from the film of himself with Kareena Kapoor Khan and captioned, "I never danced on-screen before #JaaneJaan. I was always too shy.. I still am. It wasn’t even written in the script! I would have prepared myself in that case. @sujoyghoshofficial broke the news to me on the set and I protested.. But when @kareenakapoorkhan asks you to dance.. you dance. That’s the rule @netflix_in"

‘Jaane Jaan’ presents the fresh side of the versatile actor and it also has him doing action sequences. From critics to the audiences, everyone is raving about his outstanding performance in the film.

Meanwhile, Vijay Varma, who ruled the year 2023 with ‘Dahaad,’ ‘Lust Stories Season 2,’ ‘Kaalkoot,’ and the recent release ‘Jaane Jaan,’ will be next seen in Homi Adajania's 'Murder Mubarak' and the much-awaited 'Mirzapur 3'.

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