Badrinath Ki Dulhania actor, Varun Dhawan who is going to turn 30 years on April 24 says that he doesn’t want the producers to lose money but want the person to make money for his films.
Student of the year actor Varun Dhawan is turning 30 years on 24th April as it was his birthday. The actor currently is in shooting for the film “Judwaa 2” which is directed by his father David Dhawan and the shooting is taking place in London, UK. The actor says that it was boring life right now; he was on the sets and shooting for the “Judwaa 2” and the days are like eat, sleep, shoot, workout and then the same process repeats every day.
The actor says that the people around him are making it a very big deal that he was turning 30 saying that “you are grown up”. Varun says that he still feels little and it is all because of his parents and brothers who still treat him like a small kid and moreover his friends treat him the way he used to be in the school.
He also adds that even Karan Johar still laughs at him while talking to him. When asked about the birthday plans the actor said that the entire day he was busy with the shooting. There was a schedule of 40 days shooting in London and there were only two to three days off in the entire schedule so he has not planned anything for his birthday as there are no days off.
When asked about his recent film Badrinath Ki Dulhania, which hit the bullseye at the box office the actor said, that he was choosing the films which are entertaining and it the same time he said that if someone is putting money into my film then I want the Film makers to make the money. He adds that he heard the stories of the producers who have lost their houses over the night. He says that he had a great impact on the things like this during the childhood. So, as an actor, he would do the films which make sure that the budget and the film is safe and moreover the film maker should not lose the money he had invested and should get back to him.
Judwaa 2, is the upcoming film of the actor and the film is scheduled for the release on 29 September 2017.