The 28-year-old actor, who broke the news of him starring in the sequel David Dhawan's hit comedy, said the sequel will be different from the 1997 movie.

"It's a big responsibility for me. The movie is still in the initial stages. It will be completely new and different from the previous one. My father (David Dhawan) and Sajid Nadiadwala have proved themselves, I am the new person coming into the franchise, so I have to prove myself now," Varun told reporters.

The "Badlapur" actor said playing twins would be big task for him. "It is very difficult to play double role. I still have a lot of time. Scripting is still going on. It is definitely a new thing for me and I am quite nervous as well as excited about it," he added.

David, who directed the Salman-Karisma Kapoor starrer, will also direct the sequel. The father-son duo last worked together in 2014 romantic-comedy "Main Tera Hero".

Apart from his movie, Varun will also be seen in twin avatar in Maaza's new ad campaign.

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