Guess what Varun Dhawan borrows from Sidharth Malhotra

The Student Of The Year boys were launched two years ago, and even today, they share the same rapport. Not just that. They are very keenly observe each others films and try to use the others work into theirs.

Apparently, Varun Dhawan, who played a typical Delhi boy in his latest film Humpty Sharma ki Dulhaniya, borrowed Sidharth’s lingo and language for the film.

“Yes, a lot of slang words for my character Humpty are what I’ve picked up from Siddharth. He is a Dilli ka ladka. He may come across as too sophisticated to use colloquial lingo. But when he is with close friends he lets himself go. That’s when the Delhi side in his personality emerges. I’ve spent lots of time with him. And I’ve seen that side of him. So I was able to use it for my character.”

Interestingly, when Sid saw Varun’s Delhi-based character he immediately recognized things he had picked up from him.

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