Everyone should learn from Rajkummar, how to be a good friend: Neha Dhupia

, , and were present at the sets of ‘Vogue BFFs’ show on Tuesday. During media interaction, Neha said, everyone should learn how to be a good friend from Rajkummar.
‘Vogue BFFs’ features a segment titled ‘scary spice’ in which the actors will be asked some controversial questions, that can be avoided by eating chili. While talking about the segment Neha said, “I have to say, today Rajkummar ate a lot of chilies to protect his friends from the industry. What he saved them from, you will be able to find out when the show airs. But one thing I can say is everyone should learn from Rajkummar, how to be a good friend.”
When asked how the experience was for Rajkummar, he said, “It was very difficult to answer some questions and choose between two people. Especially when both of them are your friends. So I just took the third option, to eat the chili be saved. I am a good friend.”
Rajkummar rose to fame in 2017 and has been appreciated by critics and audiences for films like ‘Trapped’, ‘Bareilly Ki Barfi’, ‘Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana’, ‘Newton’, and web-series Bose: Dead/Alive.
When asked what he has in mind for the new year he said, “You always hope for best. I came to this city to become an actor with the same hope. I am really looking forward to 2018 as well. I have a few great stories that I am getting the chance to work on in 2018. Let’s see how the year goes. I will be hoping for the best.”
Asked if he has anything else planned for the year he said, “Only acting and films, I won’t be getting married or anything so soon.”
The  ‘Newton’ star’s future projects in 2018 include the most awaited ‘Fanne Khan’, along with Hansal Mehta’s ‘Omerta’, a Bengali film titled, ‘Ami Saira Bano’ and ‘Love Sonia’, ‘Shimla Mirchi’ and a Hollywood film ‘5 Weddings’.