Varun Gets Candid About Sui Dhaga, Says The Film Is Dedicated To Common Man

Varun Dhawan is the superstar of Bollywood who has delivered back-to-back hits since the time he stepped in Bollywood. The actor is currently on cloud nine as his recent release Sui Dhaga: Made In India has recevied a great response from the viewers and the movie has earned 100 crore worldwide.

This proves Varun's versatility as an actor and he is not just an actor who can do only hero type roles. Varun's simplicity in the film won hearts and people loved him for it.

During his recent media interaction, Varun revealed that his acting career was a bit funny until now. He said, “I don’t know how to react when people talk about my work. My career has been bit funny until now.”

Talking about the way his career shaped since the time he made his Bollywood debut with Student Of The Year in 2012, Varun said, “They would say he is there because of his body. Now, I have entered the sixth year of my career, and this year, people have talked about my performance. So, it is very encouraging for me.”

Expressing his gratitude to his audiences, the handsome hunk said, “I always felt that I am a good actor. But I think it took some time for people to realise that. I am genuinely thankful to the audience because that’s what matters to me.”

Varun has done many unconventional roles in movies like October, Badlapur and the latest in Sui Dhaga. Talking about the same, he said, “It is a mixture of content and commerce. So, it feels really nice when a common man appreciates your performance. This film is specially dedicated to a common man.”

On the work front, Varun will be next seen in Kalank, which is bankrolled by Dharma Productions. He will be sharing screen space with Alia Bhatt, Sanjay Dutt, Madhuri Dixit Nene, Aditya Roy Kapoor and Sonakshi Sinha.

 

by Admin | Sat, Oct 06 - 02:15 PM

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