Varun Dhawan, with his last film ��Dilwale�۪ (2015), showed that he too can stand his own with the likes of Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol in a frame with him. However, the actor feels that sometimes the things he says are misconstrued.
Talking about the industry and the films he chooses, Dhawan told Hindustan Times, ���A lot of people don�۪t like me. You don�۪t always meet people who like you. The point is to keep working hard and trying to make people like you. When I work on a film, I don�۪t work on it only for those who like me; it is also for the ones who don�۪t, so that if they like the film, they might say that Varun has this side to him as well. Badlapur was one such attempt�.
He went on to talk about wanting to appeal to the audiences through the films he chooses, ���When I sign a new film, I need to keep in mind the audience and their preferences. It has been a conscious decision, on my part, to consider what people want to see�.
During ��Dilwale�۪ promotions, Dhawan was reported comparing the film with Hollywood film ��Inception�۪ (2010). He, however, maintains the comment was taking in the wrong context. ��ω��I am not saying that I want to be diplomatic, but very often, my sarcasm doesn�۪t come through. So, I feel I need to watch what I say, at least sometimes�, he concluded.
Dhawan will be seen next in ��Dishoom�۪ which is being directed by his brother Rohit
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