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"Not all films are for number games, some are small, beautiful heartwarming." - Varun Dhawan 

Monday, July 4, 2022 • Tamil Comments
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Not all films are for number games, some are small, beautiful heartwarming. - Varun Dhawan 

Throughout his decade long career in Bollywood, Varun Dhawan has largely been a typical mainstream masala actor. However, every now and then he goes off track to try something experimental like 'October' and 'Badlapur'. In a recent conversation with IANS, Varun Dhawan talked about how different it is to work on big budget masala movies and small scale arthouse films.

He stated, “When you are part of a big-budget commercial film, it is only natural that the pressure is huge and we all want to play safe to recover the investment. But that at times could stop my growth as an actor, as a performer. When I worked with Soojit da in ‘October’ and Sriram sir in ‘Badlapur’ they helped me to discover a side of me as an actor that I did not know; it was challenging and they pushed me to extract something different.”

Varun added, "When we are working on a content-heavy film, we take the liberty of doing more experimental work. If it is a comparatively smaller budget film, the risk is lesser. I am always trying to balance that.”

The actor concluded by saying, “Having said that, I am also aware that if I am becoming part of any film, chances are, that critics and trade analysts would think it’s a commercial film and they would expect a certain number from it. Not all films are for number games, some are small, beautiful heartwarming. ‘October’ was that."

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