Had to take therapy after Badlapur: Varun Dhawan

Working in a movie is a surreal experience. There is no doubt that it shooting for movies especially dark ones can turn into tiresome experiences that take a toll on you, be it physically or mentally. The same happened with our favourite actor Varun Dhawan. After working in the “bright and happy” Main Tera Hero, working in Badlapur was an entirely different xperience.

"So when I left the sets of Main Tera Hero, directors used to ask me to take it easy. Sriram asked me to calm down as I had really overdone the film's death scene at the hospital such that the real patients in the wards nearby had woken up wondering what was happening," he said.

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He also had to visit a psychiatrist for a couple of therapy sessions after working in the emotionally disturbing film. Upon getting shocked reactions from the audience, he said, There's nothing wrong in that, to speak your mind. Whatever that's inside you, it just gets balanced. They didn't say that 'there's something'... don't get scared. Nothing went wrong with me. But the doctor said, 'If you'll stay in an intense environment for a long time, so it will happen."

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