When Vijay Varma played 'very convincing trypanophobic'

Mumbai, Jul 23 (IANS): Actor Vijay Varma took to social media on Friday to share the news with fans and followers that he has been fully vaccinated for Covid-19 prevention.

The actor called himself a "trypanophobic" which can be explained as a fear of needles.

Vijay shared photographs of himself getting the vaccine and wrote in an Instagram post: "I played a very convincing trypanophobic I would say but the doc here had no time for my drama #fullyvacinnated."

The "Gully Boy" actor recently made it to the headlines after buying a new car. He now owns a beautiful grey colour Jeep Compass which he calls his "new love interest".

After buying the car, Vijay had recently shared it's photographs on Instagram for his fans and expressed in a post: "After stealing, fixing, driving, and selling cars onscreen It's time I finally got my own. Say hello to my new Love Interest."

On the work front, Vijay has started shooting for the upcoming project "Darlings". The film stars Alia Bhatt and Shefali Shah, with Vijay and Roshan Mathew essaying pivotal roles.



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