Varun Dhawan has spoken about his latest release ‘Sui Dhaaga: Made In India’ and what it took him to prepare for his role as a tailor named Mauji.
In a chat with The Asian Age, Dhawan said, “It was not easy getting the right look and body language. The intention was not to look like a caricature. We wanted it to look natural. Actually staying in a rural area helped us a lot.”
He added, “Sui Dhaaga is meant for a wide audience. It’s about a common man, and it’s a very credible film, so everybody will be able to relate. When we make masala films, there isn’t much credibility. But that’s not the case with this film.”