Varun Dhawan Speaks Up On Being Compared With Arjun Kapoor And Ranbir Kapoor!

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Varun-Arjjun-RanbirBollywood’s handsome hunk Varun Dhawan has all the reasons to celebrate after his recent released film ABCD 2 became the biggest opener of his career. Varun Dhawan last week hosted success bash of ABCD 2 attended by many Bollywood biggies.

The heartthrob who made his Bollywood debut with Karan Johar’s ‘Student Of The Year’ has plenty more reasons to celebrate, as his career has been top-notch with back-to-back five hit films. Moreover, the actor has portrayed his talent while dealing with different tough characters that his earlier movies demanded.

But Varun Dhawan’s success is constantly compared to other B-town actors, Ranbir Kapoor and Arjun Kapoor. Badlapur actor Varun Dhawan who is currently shooting with SRK for Rohit Shetty’s Dilwale is compared to other tinsel actors of B-town and the actor surely has to say on this.

Recently during an interview, when asked about trade comparing him with Ranbir Kapoor, the actor said that it’s wrong to compare him with Ranbir Kapoor as he thinks Ranbir Kapoor is a guy whose performances are something we look on. He also said that it’s amazing to see Ranbir and his films and the way he goes about his process.

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Not just this, Varun also confessed that Ranbir Kapoor gave him a best message after ABCD 2 saying that he is proud of him. He further stated that he feels strange when compared to Arjun and Ranbir as they are close and best buddies.

He stays away from all this comparison by trade, as it is their duty to do so. The actor is very sensitive about his relationship with Arjun, Ranbir, Salman Khan and all as they are the one whom he knows since childhood and are like family to him.

The handsome hunk is surely down to earth as he said that all these actors are way ahead of him and they are way bigger than him.

Also Watch Video: Salman Khan, Jacqueline Fernandez At Varun’s ABCD 2 Success Bash