What did Varun Dhawan mean when he said 'A lot of people don't like me'?
What makes varun Dhawan feels so?

Varun Dhawan debuted in Bollywood about three years ago and he has achieved a lot of things in such a short time.

After Student of the Year, Varun Dhawan appeared in Main Tera Hero, Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania, Badlapur, ABCD 2 and his latest movie Dilwale. His films have done a good business at the box-office and he has gained a lot of popularity in these years. He has a strong fan-following out of which many are in love with him.

But Varun Dhawan feels that a lot of people still don’t like him. Here’s what he recently said to Hindustan Times-

“A lot of people don’t like me. You don’t always meet people who like you. The point is to keep working hard and trying to make people like you. When I work on a film, I don’t work on it only for those who like me; it is also for the ones who don’t, so that if they like the film, they might say that Varun has this side to him as well. Badlapur was one such attempt. I am not saying that I want to be diplomatic, but very often, my sarcasm doesn’t come through. So, I feel I need to watch what I say, at least sometimes.”

Recently there were rumours that Varun has replaced Salman Khan in Karan Johar’s Shuddhi. He cleared the air about it saying it is not happening this year, though he is working on another film with Dharma Productions. He admitted that he always keeps the audience’s preferences in mind while choosing his roles. He said-

“When I sign a new film, I need to keep in mind the audience and their preferences. It has been a conscious decision, on my part, to consider what people want to see. I know that every film has a different audience, but my quest is to make that one film that appeals to everyone — whether that includes people sitting in some small village in Uttar Pradesh or someone who works in a corporate office in south Mumbai.”

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