June 19 : Varun Dhawan has recently brought home a cute puppy as he embraced “fatherhood”. Introducing the furry boy to his fans recently, the Kalank actor asked his fans to help him give a name to his pet. While fans shared several names for the new addition to the Dhawan family, Varun finally named the puppy.
Varun took to his Instagram handle and revealed the name of his new puppy as Joey. While the actor deleted the post, he later shared a couple of pictures with his wife, designer Natasha Dalal and their dog. In the pictures, the actor can be seen sporting a pink Polo shirt while Natasha was dressed in white. The couple posed with Joey in the adorable clicks. Varun captioned the pictures as "JOEY Puppy power."
Varun Dhawan names his puppy Joey
Earlier, Varun shared a video, in which he introduced the puppy and talked about “fatherhood”, In the video clip, Varun was seen playing with his little “boy”. The cute little beagle was seen jumping around him, trying to lick his face. Varun captioned the post as "FATHERHOOD Still haven’t been able to name my boy. Help me out."
Varun clicks adorable pics with wife Natasha Dalal and furry boy
Fans showered the puppy with love as they dropped heart and heart eye emojis. "Such a cute name," a fan wrote. "This made my day!" said another. "AHHH HELLO JOEY," wrote another netizen. Celebs also dropped comments on his post. Actor Ileana D'Cruz wrote, "Joeyyyy! How you doin’????" Pooja Hegde commented, "Joeyyyy" followed by heart eye emoji. Adah Sharma wrote, "Sooo cutee”.
Meanwhile, on the work front, Varun was in Arunachal Pradesh for two months, where he was shooting for his upcoming horror comedy film Bhediya along with Kriti Sanon. Owning to the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, the team had to return to Mumbai after wrapping it. Varun was also shooting for Jug Jugg Jeeyo with Kiara Advani, Anil Kapoor, and Neetu Singh when shooting was halted as he and Neetu Singh tested positive for Covid-19. Reportedly, Kriti and Varun will resume shooting for their film by the end of this month.
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