Hollywood actor Chris Pratt took his Indian fans by surprise when Varun Dhawan got him to do the ‘Tan Tana Tan’ step from his film Judwaa 2 and the Hollywood star aced it easily.
Sharing a video on his Instagram handle on Thursday, Varun was seen asking Chris a plethora of questions, ahead of the release of his movie, The Tomorrow War.
In the video, Varun Dhawan begins by asking Chris Pratt about his hit show Parks and Recreations and how he played the affable Andy. Varun asked if he ever imagined how popular he would become, Chris said that he was attracted to the show's mockumentary style tone.
The video also featured both the actors talking about their common loves - cinema and MMA, among other things. As Chris Pratt reveals some interesting details about the film, Varun Dhawan reciprocates by teaching him a dance step from Judwaa 2.
Promoting his upcoming film ‘The Tomorrow War’ during his interaction with Varun, the Hollywood star informed that the film is all set to release on July 2. The Hollywood actor also talked about his father-in-law Arnold Schwarzenegger and other things regarding his career and acting journey.
Sharing the video, Varun Dhawan wrote, "Exclusive Chat with Chris Pratt @prattprattpratt Bollywood ho ya Hollywood - movies, dance, father-in-law & life is almost same!"
Chris also recruited Varun into his team the next time he has to 'save the world'. He also asked him to show him around India whenever he gets a chance to visit. Finally, Varun showed Chris how to do the Tan Tana Tan step, which he picked up in no time.
Earlier, Chris Pratt had celebrated his birthday in a special way with a virtual party hosted by Varun Dhawan. In a video shared by Amazon Prime Video, the two were seen having a good time as Varun cut Pratt's birthday cake virtually. In the video, Varun can be seen wishing Chris and presenting a birthday cake for him.
Directed by Chris McKay, The Tomorrow War, starring Chris Pratt, Yvonne Strahvoski and J.K. Simmons, will stream on Amazon Prime Video on July 2, 2021 in English, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu.