Won't be taking up rapping as a full-time thing after 'ABCD 2', says Varun Dhawan

May 20, 2015 NR

Actor Varun Dhawan has done rap in his forthcoming film "ABCD 2", but he says he does not intend to take it up full-time.

The actor was present at a radio station on Tuesday to promote the film, when he was asked if he would ever be seen as a full-time rapper or singer.

To that, the 28-year-old said: "No, nothing like that. I think rapping is a way of expression. I have worked with Sachin-Jigar during 'Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania' also and this rap (in 'ABCD 2') has been written beautifully by D Soldierz."

Talking about why a rap was added in the dance-based 3D film "ABCD 2", Varun said: "I am a Punjabi and this film has everything for every culture and religion. It has something for Gujaratis, Maharashtrians and all the other cultures.

"But I felt that even though few things were there for Punjabis, I knew that the people in the North would love rap. So, we added that."

"ABCD 2" is sequel to 2013 hit "ABCD - AnyBody Can Dance" and it features choreographer-director Prabhudheva and international dancer Lauren Gottlieb, who were also part of the prequel.

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