By Vaman Dewan, Updated : Apr 02, 2020 07:23 IST
Varun & Shraddha Kapoor deliver an ‘electrifying message’ on Coronavirus

Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor’s chemistry rocks the social media every time. Since the Bollywood stars are having a free period due to the pandemic coronavirus, they are somehow experimenting with their creativity skills on social media. Recently, the street dancer duo, Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor, posted an ‘electrifying’ video on their Instagram handle. 

They captioned, ‘Don’t touch each other. Otherwise you may get a shock.’ The caption seems to be in a sarcasm to the pandemic coronavirus. This Varun and Shraddha video conveys an ‘electrifying’ message to not to touch each other during the span of the pandemic coronavirus outbreak.  

Varun & Shraddha’s ‘Electrifying Message’ 

The video comes out in a very hilarious manner, where actress Shraddha Kapoor, humorously grabs an electric bulb in her hands, and pretends of getting an electric shock. On the other hand, Varun comes immediately and touches ‘the electrified’ Shradhha and ultimately receives an electric shock himself. The sizzling chemistry between the two, Varun Dhawan and Shraddha, pours out of the video on a very high extent.  

The duo tried to lighten up the social media, and on the same note, conveyed the awareness to their fans in a funny way. 

Varun Dhawan and Shraddha’s ‘Electrifying’ Chemistry 

This is not the first time that the duo, Varun and Shraddha has been seen performing a video together for the social media handles. Both, Varun and Shraddha Kapoor, being good friends, love spending time with each other. This chemistry is built up between the two, since they shot for Remo d’souza’s ABCD – 2.  

During the promotions of their previous film, Varun and Shraddha uploaded many pictures and videos together. It’s every time a pleasure for the fans as well to watch Varun Dhawan and Shraddha having fun together. 

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