BizAsia reported a few days ago that the Dhyan Chand biopic makers were zeroing in on Ranbir Kapoor and Varun Dhawan as possible male lead. However, in a turn for the books, the latter has said he wasn�۪t offered the role.
���I have not been offered Dhyan Chand. I know it�۪s the current trend to do biopics, but it�۪s not something that excites me right now,� said Dhawan, according to DNA. ���I have been offered biopics but nothing that I can go crazy about and accept. If something interesting comes, I might think of doing it, but as of now I am just happy with the kind of films I am doing�.
On making sure the script it right, Dhawan also says, ���Today, audiences are exposed to so much more, their tastes are changing by the minute. The Indian masses are even more emotional about things, and so, the greater the rise the greater the fall. You have to be very careful about what you do and can�۪t do anything that you want ��� mein yeh bhi kar loon aur aisa bhi kar loon��_�
���I am too young, I don�۪t understand the Indian audience so much right now but I don�۪t want to make that mistake of having anyone to turn on me by hurting them by doing a wrong choice of films. Badlapur was a big risk but I knew that his character had an emotional connect to the audience which was the death of his family. If that was not there, he would have become a completely negative character,� he concludes.
Dhawan will be seen next in ��Dishoom�۪ which is directed by his brother Rohit. He has also been busy lately with ��Badrinath Ki Dulhania�۪ in which he�۪ll be seen opposite Alia Bhatt.
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