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Varun Dhawan on ‘girlfriend’ Natasha: ‘I won’t get married just yet’

Actor Varun Dhawan denies marriage rumours to rumoured girlfriend Natasha Dalal says instead he’d rather be busy picking up versatile roles.

bollywood Updated: Mar 13, 2016 16:05 IST
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Bollywood star Varun Dhawan puts work before love.
Bollywood star Varun Dhawan puts work before love.

Reports of actor Varun Dhawan’s romance and his childhood friend and rumoured girlfriend Natasha Dalal, have been doing the rounds for a while. In fact, after he flew down to Goa with Natasha for a friend’s wedding, there were rumours that he might tie the knot soon. But, the 28-year-old actor rubbishes these stories, saying, “I don’t have any plans of getting married right now.”

Read: I am too well-behaved to need a girl in my life: Varun Dhawan

While marriage would have to wait, the actor is trying to add versatile roles to his repertoire. “I still feel it is very soon to comment on my professional journey so far. I just want to try and do things I believe in, I’ve never selected a film thinking that a film will make so much money at the box-office. My decisions have always been about what the audience will enjoy, that’s why I’m trying to do different roles,” he says.

Natasha stands next to Varun in this picture. The rumoured couple reportedly flew down to Goa to attend a school friend’s marriage. (Instagram)

Varun also feels that the audience is exposed to a lot of global cinema now and therefore to keep them interested in Hindi films. Asked if he feels that he has left his first co-actor, Sidharth (Malhotra, actor) behind in the race, Varun says, “I don’t see things that way. It happens that someone’s films work and sometimes it doesn’t, that’s life. I think Sidharth is a very good actor, very capable and in the coming years, he is really going to show it a lot. I see that we are an industry together. Bollywood is a very democratic place and it has to function that way for the industry to thrive.” He adds, “Year on year if the industry does well, that is when every artist will do well.”