Varun reportedly claimed to a news source that he is someone who does not want to perform anything huge. You must, according to him, respect whatever has been placed in place.
The actor also stated that many elderly people would be attending his ceremony and that he wished everyone to be safe. One of the motives he kept the wedding low-key is because of this.
Natasha had previously stated in an interview with another news outlet that Varun and she attended the same high school. They remained friends until their mid-twenties, and they began dating shortly prior she moved away. She went on to say that it was during this time that they discovered they were more than simply buddies.
Varun went on to say that their minimal wedding was a representation of Natasha as well as his personality. That has always been his personal life, as per the actor. Natasha, who isn’t used to all the sparkle and shine, agreed that they should keep their wedding intimate as well. The actor also stated that full show-sha is excessive, and now was not the moment for it.
Varun, on the other hand, has a fascinating slate of projects in front of him. He’ll next be featured in Dinesh Vijan’s film “Bhediya,” which also stars Kriti Sanon. He also has Raj Mehta’s ‘Jug Jugg Jeeyo,’ in which he will appear alongside Kiara Advani, Anil Kapoor, and Neetu Kapoor.
Besides that, Varun is returning with Sriram Raghavan, the director of his movie “Badlapur,” for their forthcoming project “Ekkis.” Second Lieutenant Arun Khetarpal’s genuine experience is the inspiration for the movie.