Thursday , November 23 2017

Varun Dhawan to Get a Wax Statue at Madame Tussauds Hong kong

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Varun will launch his photograph in Hong Kong early next year

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Bollywood dreamboat  Varun Dhawan is flying high after the super success of his latest film Judwaa 2. To add to the celebration, the actor gets a huge surprise as Madame Tussauds Hong Kong plead to have his world-first figure at the world-famous museum. Varun Dhawan added the fourth Indian map to Madame Tussauds of Hong Kong with Mahatma Gandhi, Narendra Moody and Amitab Basha Khan. Visitors can be in the 2018 peak of the famous attractions with the first youngest Indian Bollywood super intimate contact.

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‘Varun Dhawan is one of the most demanding figures, and we are delighted to be working with this great actor, Bollywood. Hong Kong is a multi-cultural city, let’s our unique brand,’ said Jenny You, general manager of the Waxa Wax Museum in Hong Kong. Visitors can see Hollywood, Asian and Bollywood stars at Madame Tussauds in Hong Kong, and the popularity of Bollywood movies around the world makes people increasingly receptive to the Bollywood culture in Hong Kong. As the first young Of the Indian Bollywood actor to wax, we believe that Varun figure will give visitors a new experience.

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More than 200 measurements, the team also matches the actor’s hair and the color of the eye. The team also matches the actor’s hair and eye color. Varun also worked closely with the team and kept integration his ideas on the pose of the figure. Elated Varun Dhawan shared his feelings on Twitter along with the during the measurement process of his statue. ‘He wrote:’ the great honor cannot wait to come there and stare at my wax .Thank you’

Varun Dhawan’s latest comedy film Judwaa 2 is currently doing wonders at the box office.

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