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Varun Sharma: Life has changed a lot after Chhichhore

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Varun Sharma on his Birthday, talks about his favourite birthday memory. Varun Sharma says – “I think every birthday celebration is very special and every year it’s a different vibe but I think my last-to-last birthday I was shooting in Amristar and I was celebrating my birthday while I was working there. My hometown in Jalandhar. So, all my childhood school friends, they came down to Amristar and surprised me. I am mostly in touch with all my friends but a few of them also, with whom I had lost contact, came over and I think it was really sweet and special.”

Talking about how he used to celebrate his birthday as a child he says it all. Varun Sharma says – “I think it was very cute, we used to have very basic birthday parties. It usually used to happen at home. For school, I used to carry sweets and chocolates for the entire class. I used to pack them on my own, the previous night. In the eve, mum used to cook, pastries and samosas, kid wearing birthday hats, playing musical chairs and passing the parcel. So, it was really cute and fun.”

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Varun Sharma further talks about if industry has evolved and says – “I think yes, of course, the industry has evolved. Right from where I started, coming to Bombay, lots have changed. Big thank to the audience, their perception and relatability factors has played a huge role is the process of evolving of the industry. From aspiration, the genre has shifted to realism. Initially I think it was about aspiration. We saw on the screen what we couldn’t see in reality. Now, it’s more about realism and connectivity element that has come. Now, a lot of content driven things are made, new concepts are coming out and it’s an evolution that is happening.”

Varun Sharma says on how Chhichhore changed his life. He says – “I think yes, of course, the industry has evolved. Right from where I started, coming to Bombay, lots have changed. Big thank to the audience, their perception and relatability factors has played a huge role is the process of evolving of the industry. From aspiration, the genre has shifted to realism. Initially I think it was about aspiration. We saw on the screen what we couldn’t see in reality. Now, it’s more about realism and connectivity element that has come. Now, a lot of content driven things are made, new concepts are coming out and it’s an evolution that is happening.”

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