Mumbai: Varun Dhawan is currently high on the super success of Judwaa 2. The actor who debuted in 2011 with Karan Johar’s fancy launch-pad Student Of The Year, has given 9 back-to-back hits only strengthens his position as the most star amongst his contemporaries.
In the recent chat with a leading daily, the actor was talking about different kind of challenges that a today’s actor has to face today.
Talking about his career and movie choices, Varun stated, "Not just as an actor but as a person too, I always wanted to experience different things. In fact, I was the same as a student as well. For instance - for two years in a row I would get my highest marks in history and perform very badly in math. But surprisingly, I would get my highest marks in math next year. I was never good at math, but there were years when I scored 85-90 marks in it, which was very good at that time! But I would subsequently go back to [doing well in] other subjects. So, I am very random with my selections. I like to explore different things. Also, I don’t believe that a person can be good at only one thing."
Asking about trolling culture on social media, Varun promptly said, "I feel this is part and parcel of fame. Journalists must be getting more trolled than me. It happens; what can you do about it? I feel that the more successful you get, the more you will face it."
Varun concluded by saying, "I did not face [trolling] at all in the first three-four years [of my career] even though I probably misbehaved more back then started getting trolled more when I am well behaved. But it’s not only me; even the biggest stars face it, so who am I?"
Well, the qualities like this is what makes this young star the most desirable.
Varun Dhawan will be seen next in YRF's romantic film Sui-Dhaga alongside Anushka Sharma and in Shoojit Sircar's next.