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A worthy outcome of ‘nepotism’: Varun Dhawan, the hero masses love

The year 2017 has been a nightmare for Bollywood films in terms of numbers. We are aware of the fact that there are just handful of films that have made a mark at the box office this year. Even the mighty Khans have suffered a setback. But then there’s one boy who has managed to give two big hits in this traumatic phase. Varun Dhawan, is the man we talking about.

His film ‘Badrinath Ki Dulhania’ that released in the first half of this year was a hit and now he is breaking records with the collections of his recently released film ‘Judwaa 2’. In a phase where ‘Tubelight’ and ‘Jab Harry Met Sejal’ flopped, here’s David Junior churning out hits back to back. So what’s the reason behind his success? Has he figured out the trick to click with the masses? Well, indeed he has! A look back at his short filmography and we would realise that Varun is an actor of the masses. Even though he may be an outcome of ‘nepotism’ in the industry, but he is the man who does his job right. The kind of films he chooses to feature in are those massy entertainers that can click with the audiences immediately and isn’t ‘Entertainment, entertainment and entertainment’ the motto of Bollywood? The films that he has worked in so far are purely to entertain the cinema lovers and that’s what has worked in his favour.

Starting with his ‘Student of the Year’ that released in 2012, Varun became an instant sensation among the youth, thanks to his good looks and charm. Two years later we saw him romancing two beautiful ladies in ‘Main Tera Hero’; a no-brainer film but it worked well with the masses as it provided entertainment. The same year we had him romancing Alia Bhatt in ‘Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania’, which was a sweet film that enticed the audience very well. Here on there’s no looking back for him and his following films like ‘ABCD 2’, ‘Dishoom’, ‘Dilwale’ also proved to be family entertainers. His innocence and sense of humour seems to be his trump card and he has the knack to choose a film that boasts these qualities of his. But that does not mean he does only one kind of films and is not a versatile actor. He did feature in a film like ‘Badlapur’ that showcased his acting abilities to finesse. In his short span of career, Varun has proved that he can act as well as entertain the masses. What more do we need?

So with this, we conclude that Varun is a bankable actor who seems to have done a PhD on his audience and knows what it takes to entertain! You rock boy…

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