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Varun Dhawan provides a tour of his residence and channeling Upside-Down horror in the new Stranger Things 4 teaser video

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Varun Dhawan gives a videographer a tour of his home, and things start to unravel rapidly, as it looks like the actor is a bit too strange to handle.

According to Netflix’s new Stranger Things ad, Varun Dhawan may have crossed over to the terrifying Upside-Down from the popular programme. Netflix India posted a video in which an overzealous cameraman enters Varun Dhawan’s home for an interview and a guided tour, only to discover that there is more to the encounter than he anticipated.

The videographer in the video asks Varun what he watches on Netflix. Varun confesses that he enjoys watching Stranger Things and begins to describe the premise of the show after shamelessly marketing’ his flicks Judwaa 2, Student Of The Year, and Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhaniya. Strange things start occurring in the home as he talks, including flashes of darkness (similar to what happens in the episode), and he rushes to cover it up.

He unintentionally unlocks a chamber that mimics the Upside Down, the show’s parallel realm. Later, he brings the cameraman into his room and says, “Should he let him go?” Varun sets his ‘demo dog’ on the unfortunate interviewer as the lights flicker to ‘No’ (a nod to Stranger Things when the protagonists were confined and could only communicate with lights).

Stranger Things Season 4 comes after more than two years, picking up six months after the Battle of Starcourt. The majority of the tale will take place in California, where Joyce and the other Byers have relocated. Hopper, played by David Harbour, is passing the time in Kamchatka, Russia. We are warned of impending conflict, and we are transported back to the terrors of the Upside Down. Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown, Noah Schnapp, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Natalia Dyer, Joe Keery, and Sadie Sink feature in Stranger Things Season 4. The first instalment of the series will be available on Netflix on May 27, followed by Vol. 2 of the fourth season on July 1.

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