"Money and fame don't feature in my list but entertaining the audience is more important to me. I have seen my father getting fame and money but like my father I also strive for audience appreciation more," said the actor.
Varun's upcoming flick is Mein Tera Hero directed by his father David Dhawan and it happens to be his second movie after he debuted with Karan Johar's Student Of The Year but the young actor has already garnered good fan following.
Varun further said that he has not entered Bollywood to prove anything and he is looking forward to do diverse roles. "I am not here to prove myself to any individual in the industry. My biggest priority is love and acceptance of the audience. I would prefer to entertain my audience with different kinds of roles rather than boring them with one kind of cinemas," asserted Varun.
He further added, "Many times I find girls screaming and running behind me but this is more due to the film than me. The day my films stop getting good response all these will also vanish. But I am glad that people are liking me and my films."
Talking about his forthcoming flick Mein Tera Hero directed by his daddy, the 26-years-old actor said , "I did this film for emotional reason than commercial. This is my dad's 43rd film and my second and he is very professional on the sets. It's a blessing for me to work with an established director like him in the early stage of my career."
After Mein Tera Hero which is set to release on April 4, Varun will be seen in another movie Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania to be released on June 27.