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Anupam Kher joins 'Judwaa 2' cast

Published On : 01 May 2017


Mumbai, (PTI) Veteran actor Anupam Kher is set to star in David Dhawan's upcoming action-comedy "Judwaa 2".

Kher will join previously announced cast Varun Dhawan, Jacqueline Fernandez and Taapsee Pannu.

The film is a sequel to the 1997 Salman Khan starrer.

Varun broke the news on Twitter by sharing a picture of him along with Kher standing next to each other.

"@AnupamPkher is the only member of the original cast of 'Judwaa' to be part of 'Judwaa2'. He's a lot fitter and better looking now," Varun wrote.

Kher played the role of Inspector Havaldar Vidyarthi in the original movie, which also starred Karisma Kapoor as Mala, Rambha as Roopa, Bindu as Roopa's mother, Kader Khan as Sharma (Mala's dad) and Shakti Kapoor as Rangeela.

The cast of "Judwaa 2" is currently shooting in London.







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