Varun Dhawan revealed that he is turning producer with Coolie No 1 remake, which will be directed by his father David Dhawan.
Varun Dhawan is at the top of his game. Ever since his debut in 2012, he is winning hearts with his acting skills and style. Currently, he is one of the most bankable actors in Bollywood. Having delivered many big hits in the last seven years, the 31-year-old actor is set to turn producer with Coolie No 1 remake.
“I will turn producer but I will never behave like a producer on sets. I am an actor and I will always keep that thing in mind. Whenever I do a film with my brother or dad, I am hands-on,” Varun Dhawan said.
Talking about his new inning, Varun said that he is involved in the film from scratch as it is his own film.
“Coolie No 1 is from my own production house so I am involved thoroughly with the film. Karan (Johar) has taught us that we have to be involved in every facet and he says we are responsible for everything. I have learnt a lot from Karan,” Varun said.
With no flop since his debut in 2012, Varun Dhawan has become a success guarantee for many producers. Varun said that he doesn’t believe in wasting his producers’ money unnecessarily.
“I want my films to make money. If somebody is investing in me so it becomes my duty that they don’t lose money. As a bankable actor who is taking money, I think it is my responsibility to return that money. I don’t like to waste anyone’s money by making unrealistic demands,” said Varun.
Varun’s latest release Kalank is running successfully at the box office. In three days, the movie has earned around 46 crores. He will be next seen in the dance film Street Dancer along with Shraddha Kapoor.