March 2019 (News Helpline). Varun Dhawan gearing up for Kalank says
Natasha individuality is what he loves the most. The actor opened about his
relationship with his longtime girlfriend during the ‘Koffee with Karan’
season 6 episode. The makers of the now off-air show have been sharing some
behind the scene snippets that didn’t make it to the audience after releasing
one where Priyanka is gushing over Kareena’s pregnancy style they will soon
release a new one.
said the unseen footage from the episode will air on Star World on Sunday.
In the video
snippet, Varun can be seen saying, “Where me and Natasha are concerned, I
think, eventually, after we get married, we are together all that stuff, she
has to, she has her own individuality,”
“That’s why I’m with her because she has her own individuality, she has her own voice which is super strong with things she wants to do and things she wants to achieve in life. And, as her partner, that is something I want to support, you know. And, she has been so supportive where my career is concerned, always, from day one actually,” he added.
begun spewing that Varun is soon getting married to Natasha Dalal, who is a
fashion designer by profession, though there has been no official confirmation
from the couple.
just friends, we weren’t dating: Varun
further Varun said, “Because I have known her, we were in school together.
We were just friends, we weren’t dating then. But since day one she has been
supportive of my dreams and it has to be the same. It has to be equal from my
side. From my side, I have to be supportive of her dreams also, or what she
wants to achieve, or what she likes. Eventually, I think as a couple you want
to evolve together.”
be seen returning on screen with debut costar Alia Bhatt in Karan Johar
production Kalank. The two have given many hits together like ‘Badrinath Ki
Dulhania’ and ‘Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania’.
Directed by Abhishek
Varman, Kalank also stars Sanjay Dutt, Madhuri Dixit, Sonakshi Sinha and Arjun
The period drama is rumored to now hit theaters on April 17 instead of 19.