The very talented Bollywood star Varun Dhawan says that doing historical films is a double egded sword.Varun launched author Amish Tripathi’s first book in Indic Chronicle series -Suheldev & The Battle Of Bahraich.
Varun told reporters, “Unfortunately, this is a double-edged sword in our country. Certain sections become upset or they say, ‘We were not consulted before this happened’,” he said.
“I think when you do it from a good space and clean heart, 90 per cent of the times no one will be offended. But in 2018, everyone is offended with everything. Someone might see my shoe lace is open and take offence with it that I came to launch a book with my shoe laces open,” Varun added.The actor said he would not shy away from exploring the subject if a good script comes his way.
“No not really. I think if you are fearful then you can’t achieve greatness. You have to take on fear head on. That’s what Amish has been doing, 20-25 per cent of our population is tribal and different castes and it is not represented that much in our literature or films,” he said.
As we know historical movies are a tough subject because we saw that how Much Sanjay leela Bhansali faced over Padmaavat and how hard it was to make the movie released.
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