Actor Varun Dhawan has confirmed that he will start shooting for the sequel of 2013 dance film, ‘ABCD’, in July this year. The actor, who is all geared up with his next release, ‘Main Tera Hero’, is scheduled to start working on the film by July 20.
With ‘Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania’ wrapped up, the actor will now focus on Remo D’souza’s directorial venture, which also stars some artists from the previous film.
While talking to Screen, the actor also spoke about his character in ‘Main Tera Hero’. The young guy, who is called Sreenath Prasad, is shown to be from Ooty, with Nilgiri origins. But, his character does not depict characteristics of any specific culture. Major portions of the film were actually shot in the mountainous regions of Ooty, before they shift focus on his student days in Bengaluru. Refuting initial rumours about him playing a Tamil boy and talking with an accent in the film, Dhawan confirmed that he is just playing a normal guy with no added accent.
“My character Seenu (as he is fondly called) is a cool guy and the character does not have any religion or caste strings attached. I have spoken normal Hindi and English in the film, since my character didn’t require any particular accent. I can’t say anything more than that, but I think every young guy will relate to him,” mentioned Dhawan.
The actor, who recently finished a multi-city and country tour to promote the film, is excited about trying out different genres with his upcoming films.