Dubai: Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan said that filmmaker Karan Johar's production Shuddhi is not happening at the moment.
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"Shuddhi is not happening at the moment. I think Karan announced it," Varun told reporters at TOIFA.
Varun was to star with his Student Of The year co-star Alia Bhatt for the film. Before the confirmation of the cast for Shuddhi, it was reported actors Hrithik Roshan and Kareena Kapoor Khan were supposed to star in the movie.
The Main Tera Hero actor added "that there is another thing I am doing with Dharma Productions (Karan's banner), so that will be announced soon". (Also Read: Varun Dhawan Dismisses Rumours of Not Working With Rohit Shetty)
Varun, who is the son of director David Dhawan, will be soon seen in the sequel of Salman Khan's Judwaa, which released in 1997.
When asked about Judwaa 2, the actor said: "It's too early to talk about Judwaa 2. Dishoom is coming out. There is another surprise coming out soon."
Varun is currently waiting for the release of his upcoming action-adventure film Dishoom, which also stars John Abraham and Jacqueline Fernandez.