Vijay Varma Talks About His Relationship With Tamannaah Bhatia And His Negative Roles

Vijay Varma-Tamannaah Bhatia: Actor Vijay Verma had worked in many projects even before the film ‘Gully Boy’, but he came into the limelight only after doing this film. After this, he has become quite popular by doing Darlings with Alia Bhatt and Roar with Sonakshi Sinha. He will also be seen in Lust Stories 2 with Tamannaah Bhatia.

Vijay says that he is currently in a very good phase of his career. Although now he wants to stay away from negative characters and wants to do good positive roles.

Along with this, these days he is also making a lot of headlines about his relationship with Tamannaah Bhatia. Overall, it can be said that at present both his personal and professional life is going through a very good phase.

people are scared of me

In an interview given to ETimes, on the question of doing more negative characters, he said – I have said no to more scripts than I have not said yes to them. I chose such projects, whose story I liked. These are not ordinary characters, but they are the life of the story. Many people told me, now do something positive, now do something romantic. I wanted to show my madness in the negative role. But now I cannot be more spoiled on screen than this. I think people are scared of me now. But I don’t have any problem with it. There was a time when I was scared of Shahrukh Khan too, when I was young and had seen Baazigar.

so much love in my life

The love story of Vijay and Tamannaah is also in discussion for a few days. When asked about Tamannaah, Vijay said- I am in a happy space right now, where there is a lot of love in my life. When asked about the common point between the two, he said- Tamannaah and I have had a very interesting journey. I am from Hyderabad and came to Mumbai for work. So Tamannaah is from Mumbai and she had to go to Hyderabad to work. We both left our respective cities to work.

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