Varun Dhawan is ending 2017 on a high note. His two films this year, ‘Badrinath Ki Dulhania’ (2017) and ‘Judwaa 2’ (2017) has performed immensely well, with his performances in each being much appreciated. Dhawan admits that it has been his best year, but he is not going to think highly of himself because of this.
As according to Mirror, Dhawan said, “It’s been my best year in terms of popularity and returns.” He also added that the low phase of the Bollywood box office during the release of ‘Judwaa 2’ was pressurizing, “That added to the pressure but the numbers prove that the audience across the world wants to be entertained and a typical mainstream Hindi film will always run. Also, the single-screen, small-town viewer is as important as the multiplex-going, Twitter-friendly film-goer.”
On his continuing successful run at the movies, he said, “One flop and all the good work one has done in the past is wiped out in a flash, so I’m not going to think highly of myself. I’ll just savor the thought that my films are doing well, big directors are approaching me with good roles and a change is definitely happening professionally.”
Dhawan will next be seen in Shoojit Sircar’s ‘October’, releasing in April 2018.