Varun Dhawan and Sara Ali Khan’s Coolie No. 1 Might Release on OTT

Before the lockdown people were excited about the film Coolie No.1. It was scheduled to release on 1st May 2020, but due to the Coronavirus lockdown, the theatres had to be shut down, and since the film is struggling to get a release date.

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Varun Dhawan Sara Ali Khan’s Coolie No 1

It seems that the makers have been able to release the film. According to the sources, the movie will release on an OTT Platform on Diwali Weekend i.e 13th November.

Sara Ali Khan Coolie No. 1 Remake Varun Dhawan

Fans were quite excited about the film and wanted to see the film in theatres but the entire team has decided otherwise. Varun Dhawan starrer Coolie no 1 is a modern-day version of the 90s blockbuster. The film is mainly shot in Bangkok, and this is Varun Dhawan’s second film with his dad, David Dhawan. The first wone was Judwaa.

Sara Ali Khan Coolie No. 1 Remake Varun Dhawan
Varun Dhawan Sara Ali Khan’s Coolie No 1

The makers of the film have recreated a beautiful track of the original coolie no 1 Mein Toh Raste Se Ja Raha Tha. Tanishk Bagchi composed this song. Talking about the track, director David Dhawan said, “It is an important song for our film, and it has heart. But times have changed, so I am going to picturise it very differently with Varun and Sara.” Recalling about the original track, David said. “We found a place in Bangalore with a lot of Bhel Puri stalls and had the lead pair (Govinda and Karisma) strolling through it, exploring ‘Mumbai’. I thought it was the best way to capture the essence of the Maximum City back then.”

In an interview, even Govinda expressed his views on working with the coveted director, David Director, he said, Govinda had spoken about working with David Dhawan. He had said, “I do not think his son will ever do 17 films with him, because he is, after all, David Dhawan’s son. He is educated. I never realized the meaning of doing 17 films with a director. It was Sanjay Dutt who told me to give work to a fellow Punjabi (David Dhawan). I used to give work to fellow Punjabis at that time. I liked David and did many hit films with him. I did not even treat my relatives so well as I treated him. Even with my brother, who is a director, I did not do 17 films.”

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