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Varun Debuts As Youngest Bollywood Star At Madame Tussauds Sydney

Varun Debuts As Youngest Bollywood Star At Madame Tussauds Sydney

Indian actor Varun Dhawan has achieved a significant milestone by becoming the youngest Bollywood star to debut at Madame Tussauds Museum in Sydney, Australia. His wax figure, previously unveiled at the museum’s Hong Kong branch, now joins a prestigious collection in Sydney, featuring luminaries like Shah Rukh Khan.

In addition to this honor, Varun’s professional success continues to shine. He recently won the Best Actor (Popular Choice) award at the News18 Showsha Reel Awards 2024 for his remarkable performance in the film “Bawaal,” directed by Nitesh Tiwari and co-starring Janhvi Kapoor.

Excitement surrounds Varun’s upcoming project, “Citadel: Honey Bunny,” a collaboration with Samantha Ruth Prabhu. This series promises a captivating blend of espionage and romance set in the 1990s, with a stellar cast including Kay Kay Menon and Simran, and written by Raj and DK along with Sita R. Menon. The release date is yet to be announced.

Varun also has “Baby John,” an eagerly awaited Atlee film co-starring Keerthy Suresh and Wamiqa Gabbi, scheduled for release in May this year.

Read more: Varun Dhawan and Jhanvi Kapoor’s Bawaal trailer date revealed

Amidst his thriving career, Varun Dhawan eagerly anticipates fatherhood. With his wax figure now on display at Madame Tussauds Museum in Sydney, his star continues to rise.

In Muzaffarabad, a branch of the American fast food chain Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) was set on fire and vandalized by demonstrators protesting against Israel in Mirpur, Azad Kashmir.

Late on Friday night, a large group of protesters marched on Kotli Road and stormed the KFC outlet, accusing it of backing Israeli forces in Gaza. They ransacked the premises before setting it ablaze, causing significant damage.

Read more: Islamabad Police Arrest Ex-JI Senator, Others After Anti-Israel Protest

Numerous videos shared online depict protesters chanting slogans against Israel and causing destruction in their anger.

Local law enforcement swiftly intervened to control the situation, using tear gas to disperse the protesters. Footage also captured the chaos as rioters fled the scene to escape the fire engulfing the restaurant.

Following the unrest, Azad Kashmir police initiated an operation against the attackers, leading to the arrest of over 50 individuals involved in clashes with law enforcement.

International media reports stated that an Assistant Deputy Commissioner (ADC) of Mirpur, an Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP), and three police officers sustained injuries during the clashes.