From saying favoritism rocks to saying it is not good, Varun seems to refrain from his own words

Cute and lovable star Varun Dhawan is gearing up for his upcoming movie, Sui Dhaaga: Made In India alongside gorgeous Anushka Sharma, directed by Sharat Katariya. Since the trailer of the movie has been released, Varun and Anushka are quite the talk of the town as the trailer of the movie seems to be promising and exciting and maybe the coming blockbuster movie of the year. The movie will release on 28 September.

Once again Varun sparked the most happening topic of Bollywood which is Nepotism. Once he said, nepotism rocks (for which he apologized later) now the actor seems to refrain from his own words and said while talking to GQ in a recent interview, "Nepotism exists, It's a part of our industry. It's not good. More people from outside the industry should be given a chance. And why not? My father came in that way."

Varun Dhawan remains in the headlines for days earlier when he alongside Karan Johar and Saif Ali Khan gagged about Nepotism in IIFA awards which directly hit at the actress Kangana Ranaut who is an outside and called Karan Johar "flag bearer of nepotism." Post that, when Varun was backlashed by the netizens for taking a jibe at the actress, regrets and tweeted "I express my apology and regret. I am extremely sorry if I have offended or hurt anyone with that act."

Here's his old tweet:

It seems Varun has now learned that Nepotism didn't rock at all as now he remembers his father didn't have anything when he came to Bollywood. Speaking to GQ, Varun talked about how his father didn't have any connections in Bollywood and said, "It's easy for people to make assumptions, but uska baap star bana kaise? (How one's father became a star) When I was born, my family lived in a 1BHK at Carter Road. My father's first car was a taxi, a secondhand ambassador that he painted into a normal car. His achievements are tremendous, (as are) the sacrifices he's made to put the family on the map. He's my star, my hero, my superhero."

Well, it's never too late for anything to understand your own mistake and the actor proved it.

by Soniya Kaur | Fri, Aug 31 - 04:40 PM

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