Shraddha Kapoor is all excited for her film, Street Dancer 3D. Directed by Remo D’Souza, the film stars Varun Dhawan and Nora Fatehi in pivotal roles. Shraddha and Varun have been promoting their film back and forth and that’s when Shraddha revealed their childhood stories.
Talking to Hindustan Times about how was their childhood like, Shraddha revealed that they were in rivalry schools and said, “Varun and I were in rival schools. When you’re growing up, if you’re in one school and your friend is in another school, your conversations are mostly about how your school is better than theirs. This has happened throughout our childhood.”
She further added, “Varun has a very special place in my life and in my heart. I’ve grown up knowing him. When you’re working with someone you’ve a special bond with, it becomes a very special experience. He has been the same person and that’s one of the most amazing qualities that he has. He’s so down-to-earth and is very approachable.”
Shraddha also revealed how Varun as an actor is and said, “He’s a people’s person and it comes very naturally to him. He has maintained that quality. Everybody loves him. He’s got a spark which makes the masses feel that he belongs to them. It’s so amazing to watch him on the big screen.”
That said, we all know how Varun is so grounded and connected to his fans. He is one of the most bankable yet easy-to-connect Bollywood actors.