Rajasthan Police uses Alia Bhatt’s Kalank meme, Varun Dhawan is all for the initiative
Actor Varun Dhawan showed solidarity with the Rajasthan Police after they used Alia Bhatt’s Kalank meme to promote their anti-drugs campaign.
Actor Varun Dhawan is currently drawing praise for his look in his upcoming film Kalank and his dance number First Class. The actor recently took to Twitter to support the Rajasthan Police, which used a dialogue from the film for their anti-drug addiction campaign.
The Rajasthan Police had shared a still of Alia Bhatt from Kalank along with her dialogue, “Humse zyada barbad koi nahi is duniya mein” to add weight to their campaign. The one-liner was an instant hit on the internet and was turned into a meme in no time. While internet users used the meme to crack jokes, Rajasthan Police have used it for a good cause.
They tweeted, “Stealing money for buying #Drugs? If yes, then the #Kalank of theft & being a drug addict is going to end your happiness. Stop consuming #Drugs or else they’ll consume you. @aliaa08 @karanjohar @Varun_dvn @sonakshisinha @adityaroy @DIPRRajasthan @ashokgehlot51.”
Varun also gave a thumbs up to the idea and replied, “Say no to drugs.”
The actor had visited the sets of reality show Super Dancer Chapter 3 along with co-stars Alia Bhatt and Sonakshi Sinha to promote the film. The trio had a blast bonding with the participants and performing with them on stage.
Kalank has been directed by Abhishek Varman and also stars Sanjay Dutt, Madhuri Dixit and Aditya Roy Kapur. The film is a period drama and is the dream project of Karan Johar’s late filmmaker father Yash Johar. Actor Kiara Advani of MS Dhoni: The Untold Story fame also features alongside Varun in the song First Class.
The other dance number from the film is Ghar More Pardesiya and features Alia Bhatt and Madhuri Dixit. The film is set to hit theatres on April 17.
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