After receiving a diagnosis of vestibular hypofunction, Varun Dhawan claimed he “shut down” and had no idea what had happened to him. The actor said the following.
Actor Varun Dhawan said he “shut down” after learning he had vestibular hypofunction. Varun added that he was unaware of what had transpired to him in a recent interview. After the Covid-19 outbreak, he continued, people “went back to the same rat race.” Varun remembered pushing himself so hard for Jug Jugg Jeeyo that he felt like he “was campaigning for an election.”
Raj Mehta is the director of the family comedy-drama JugJugg Jeeyo, which is made by Dharma Productions and Viacom18 Studios. Neetu Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, Varun Dhawan, Kiara Advani, Manish Paul, and Prajakta Koli are among the cast members. With a worldwide gross of 135 crores after its June 24 release, it became one of the highest-grossing Hindi movies of 2022.
In an interview with India Today, Varun discussed the recent events following the outbreak, asking, “Don’t you believe we went back to the same rat race the minute we opened doors? How many individuals in this room can claim to have changed? I see folks putting in much more effort! In fact, I began to push my movie Jug Jugg Jeeyo so much harder that it felt like I was campaigning for office.
“Recently, I simply shut down,” he continued. I was unaware of what had transpired. I experienced vestibular hypofunction, which is basically when your balance is off. But I simply overexerted myself. No one is enquiring as to why we are participating in this event. I believe that there is a bigger reason why we are all here. I’m looking for mine, and I’m hoping others will too.
Varun will appear in the Amar Kaushik-directed dark comedy Bhediya. The film, which also features Kriti Sanon and Abhishek Banerjee, will be presented in theatres on November 25. Earlier this year, it was filmed in Arunachal Pradesh. He will act in the upcoming movie Bawaal from director Nitesh Tiwari with Janhvi Kapoor. Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment will open the film’s theatrical run on April 7, 2023.