Varun Dhawan was trolled heavily when he announced 'Nepotism Rocks' at the IIFA stage along with Saif Ali Khan and Karan Johar. Later, the actor realised his mistake and apologised to his fans for his behaviour, on Twitter. Now in a recent interview to a leading magazine, Varun accepted that nepotism does exist in Bollywood and it's a part of the industry. The Sui Dhaaga actor said, "Nepotism exists. It's a part of our industry. It's not good. More people from outside the industry should be given a chance. And why not? My father came in that way."
When I Was Born My Family Lived In A 1BHK
"My dad was born in Agartala. When he lived in Bombay, he shared his house with four people. When I was born, my family lived in a 1BHK at Carter Road. My father's first car was a taxi, a second-hand Ambassador that he painted into a normal car.''
My Father Is A Superhero
''His achievements are tremendous, (as are) the sacrifices he has made to put the family on the map. He's my star, my hero, my superhero.''
When Varun Learnt An Important Lesson From His Father
"I remember the time I was in the 10th standard when the Dhirubhai Ambani school had just opened and a lot of my friends were applying for admission. I remember telling (dad), ‘I want to apply for this, can you make a call?' The results came, and I didn't get in. I asked him, ‘Did you make the call?' He said, ‘No. You weren't supposed to get it'."
Talking About His Future Plans, Varun Said...
"I want to make films for everyone. I love Will Ferrell, but I love Christian Bale as well. Most of today's generation is like that."
On the work front, Varun Dhawan is all set to woo his fans with his upcoming film Sui Dhaaga, which also stars Anushka Sharma. The movie has garnered a lot of hype with its trailer and is one of the most awaited films of the year.
Sui Dhaaga will hit the screens on 28th September.