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Varun Dhawan reveals why he had a low-key wedding with Natasha Dalal – Eagles Vine

Varun Dhawan tied the knot with the love of his life, Natasha Dalal, earlier this year in February. The actor recently revealed why he kept the whole affair low key with his family and close friends.

Talking to a news portal, Varun reportedly revealed that he is someone who did not want to do something big. According to him, you have to respect whatever things have been put in place. The actor also added that there were a lot of elderly people coming to his wedding and he wanted everyone to be safe. That is one of the reasons why he kept the whole wedding affair low key.

Elaborating further, Varun added that their low key wedding was also a reflection of Natasha and his personality as well. According to the actor, his personal life has always been like that. Even Natasha is not used to all the glitz and glamour, she too preferred to keep their wedding private. The actor also added that full show-sha is too much and this certainly wasn’t the time for that.

Earlier, talking to another news portal, Natasha had reportedly said that Varun and she were in school together. They stayed friends until they were in our mid-20s and then they started dating just before she moved away. She also added that it was around then that they realised they were more than just good friends.

Meanwhile, on the work front, Varun has an interesting line-up of films ahead of him. He will next be seen in Dinesh Vijan’s ‘Bhediya’ co-starring Kriti Sanon in the lead role. The actor also has Raj Mehta’s ‘Jug Jugg Jeeyo’ where he will be sharing the screen space with Kiara Advani, Anil Kapoor and Neetu Kapoor.

Apart from these, Varun is also reuniting with his ‘Badlapur’ director Sriram Raghavan for their upcoming film, ‘Ekkis’. The film is based on the true story of Second Lieutenant Arun Khetarpal. The twenty-one year old who showed extreme bravery in the face of fierce and unrelenting attacks by the Pakistani military, Khetarpal was honored with India’s most-prestigious and highest-standard military medal for courage and gallantry – the Param Vir Chakra, posthumously.

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