Varun Dhawan’s recent release “Kalank”, which has become the highest opener of 2019 so far and he went on to say that he treats each project as a challenge, and pushes himself to improve his craft.
“I am not scared of failure, but each movie is a challenge. I work harder with each project and try and improve my work constantly,” Varun told media over an email.
After back-to-back successes, the actor says experimenting with one’s craft comes as a bigger risk.
“It’s definitely a bigger risk because it is a different experience for me. I think that showing your experience is more important and reaching the audience is essential,” added the actor, who is associated with Skybags and features in the “Always a Star” campaign.
“Failure and success come with every occupation and the film industry is no different. I believe that what goes around comes around. Bad things happen, followed by better things.”
The younger of the two sons of director David Dhawan, Varun entered Bollywood as an actor with “Student of the Year” in 2012. He worked as an assistant director to Karan Johar on the 2010 drama “My Name Is Khan”.