Varun Dhawan is busy promoting his upcoming period drama Kalank these days with his co-star Alia Bhatt and Madhuri Dixit. The actor has been on a revelation spree as he is talking about a number of things related to his personal and professional life. After reacting to his film October not receiving any awards, Varun Dhawan has reacted on cold wars between his mentor and filmmaker Karan Johar and Bollywood queen Kangana Ranaut.
The verbal war between Kangana and Karan is no secret as the two keep making statements about each other in public ever since the actress appeared on Karan Johar’s chat show Koffee With Karan and accused him of being the flagbearer of nepotism. Recently, while speaking to Navbharat Times, Varun Dhawan reacted on the nepotism war between the two celebs and said, "I am not talking about the dispute with Kangana and Karan Johar here. The war (about nepotism) between Karan and Kangana is just a time pass, it is a different thing.” He added, "And I am actually enjoying whatever that is happening between Kangana and Karan, it is not their personal dispute."
However, he also showered praises on the actress in the same interview and said, "Controversies keep happening nowadays before the release of every movie. My film Judwaa 2 had also gone through it. I think the way Kangana stood for herself when her film Manikarnika was mired in a controversy, I really liked it. I think the kind of courage that Kangana showed, was the best.”
On the related note, Varun Dhawan is loaded with Bollywood projects these days. Other than Kalank, the actor will be seen in Remo D’souza’s Street Dancer and Karan Johar’s Takht which is a multi-starrer. The actor also has the remake of 1995 hit Coolie No. 1 in the pipeline.
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