Varun Dhawan is perhaps one of the most talented actors in Bollywood today. The actor made his debut with Karan Johar’s Student Of The Year co-featuring Sidharth Malhotra and Alia Bhatt in the lead role and has never looked back from that point onward. later, he was featured in many movies like Main Tera Hero, Badlapur, Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania, ABCD: Any Body Can Dance, Badrinath Ki Dulhania, Dilwale, Sui Dhaaga, and many more.
Presently, in the most recent interaction with the Times Of India, Varun opened up about how he is comfortable doing massy entertainers. He said that he wants to do crowd-entertainers and massy films. Further, he added that he feels that working with great directors like Shoojit Sarkar, Nitesh Tiwari, and Sriram Raghavan has helped him grow. The actor likewise said that he generally wanted to do something like Amar Kaushik’s Bhediya and something hasn’t been done in recent times. “Working with Dinesh Vijan (who is producing it) after Badlapur was great. I told him, ‘ Tu hamesha mere paas itni tedhi films kyun leke aata hai?’ He said, ‘Usme hi mazaa hai, I want to put you in an uncomfortable zone,'” Varun added.
Varun said that even after doing movies like October and Badlapur, which won him critical praise, he still feels more comfortable doing massy entertainers and Every time he strolls into a set to portray a character that is very different from what he has portrayed before, it gives him jitters and also scares him, which is great as it frequently brings out the best. “Even if you are doing a massy entertainer, you need to figure out newer ways of entertaining the audience. I can’t still be doing what I did in Main Tera Hero,” he added.