Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan, who will soon be seen in his forthcoming movie JugJugg Jeeyo, has been busy promoting it along with his co-actors Kiara Advani, Anil Kapoor, and Neetu Kapoor. Amidst all this, in a latest media chat, he was questioned about the language debate that has taken the country, and specifically the entertainment industry by storm in recent times.
When Varun was questioned about the ongoing North vs South debate, he responded that the audience has the right to watch any movie. “Cinema is doing well right now. The audience has the right to watch the cinema they want to watch. Hollywood films have been working for so many years. It is because they are liking it and, therefore, they are watching it,” the actor told. He also revealed that he himself enjoyed seeing KGF Chapter 2, which has been one of the highest-grossing movies this year.
Varun was also questioned about his opinion on Hindi films that have not done well at the box office in the recent past. The Badlapur actor said that numerous south movies have flopped too. “7-8 major flops have happened in their cinema also. That has also happened because nothing was released in the last 2 and a half years. I feel a good film will come. In the Hindi film industry, we have a lot of good films coming up. Every film can't be a hit. The audience won't watch a bad film, whether it is English, Hindi or a South film. They will not watch,” he ended chat.