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Varun Dhawan interviews Chris Pratt ahead of The Tomorrow War 2

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Chris Pratt Updates: Further on of the release of the sci-fi play The Tomorrow War on Amazon Prime Video, Bollywood star Varun Dhawan lay along for a talk with Hollywood star Chris Pratt.

They chatted regarding The Tomorrow War, where Pratt impersonates an instructor allocated the role of battling aliens. Varun also made the Hollywood actor swing on the song “Tan Tana Tan” from his movie Judwaa 2.

Dawan, who had seen the Tomorrow War, asked Pratt what the inscription meant. He said Tomorrow as an idea in the form of the future. This movie is a fascinating adventure, taking place in 2021 and 2051.

Varun Dhawan’s major carry-off from The Tomorrow War was that it has a father-daughter bond at the center of it regardless of being a sci-fi theatre. And, for Chris Pratt, it is this ‘heart’ in this movie that influenced him to “bring this narrative to the screen.”

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Pratt also shared that although he is an advocate of MMA (Mixed Martial Arts), he likes his on-screen actions to be real. “When I am choreographing action sequences, I wish to go authentic, which is disagreeable fighting.

Varun Dhawan also questioned Chris Pratt if he discusses his movies with his father-in-law Arnold Schwarzenegger. Pratt stated, “It is fascinating to be ready to speak to him (Arnold) about the profession. He is an extremely bigger figure than I will ever be and he was a great piece of the fabric of my childhood.

In his movies, Pratt is usually the star who protects life and humankind. In the exclusive conversation, Dhawan called him the ‘go-to guy from America to preserve humankind’ and asked him what does it needs to save humanity. “It depends. Sometimes it will be a dance-off, sometimes it needs a short bit of time wandering and a bunch of great colleagues, and sometimes it demands the enthusiasm to do anything for your daughter,” Pratt responded.