Varun Dhawan says his recent successful film, ‘Sui Dhaaga’ is a tribute to the common man of India.
Varun Dhawan interacted with media at the success press meet of ‘Sui Dhaaga’ with the film’s co-star Anushka Sharma.
When asked Varun Dhawan how it felt to have the film cross 100 crores worldwide and people appreciate the film so much, he said, “Sui Dhaaga was always a mixture of content and commerce and when such a film does great it feels well. And especially when a common man comes to you and tells you how they related to your character it feels great. Sui Dhaaga in a way is a tribute to the common man of India. This film will always be special for me.”
Varun and Anushka in the film are seen as the married couple Mauji and Mamata as a tailor and an embroidery craftswoman.
Anushka’s acting has been appreciated by critics and audience alike and also been deemed as a National award-winning performance. When asked to comment on the same she said, “I can’t comment on something like that and don’t even want to think about it.”
She also went on to add that she is grateful for all the appreciation. “First of all, I am very grateful that the performance has been appreciated the way it has been. As actors, we work in a film like this that touches the audience’s heart and loved by all age groups of people. I think such a film has to do good. It is a necessity. For people to say that they didn’t see Anushka but just Mamta in the film makes me very grateful. And to convince people of that character who is so different than me and to be appreciated for that role makes me very happy.:
“Sui Dhaaga” which is slated for release on September 28, is inspired by the Make in India campaign that was launched by the government in 2014 aimed at promoting the country’s indigenous industries including textile.
Anushka stars opposite Varun Dhawan in the Sharat Katariya directorial that is produced by Maneesh Sharma under the Yash Raj Films banner.