Actor Varun Dhawan, who has delivered hit films like "Badlapur" and "ABCD 2" this year, has refuted rumours that he has hiked his fees for his forthcoming projects.
"I have not really hiked my fee. If there is a film I truly believe in, then money is not a criteria for me. I'll go out of my way to do that film. I don't do films for money," Varun said at the special screening of "Manjhi - The Mountain Man" at a theatre here.
Talking about the Nawazuddin Siddiqui-starrer film, Varun said "it's wonderful".
"It's based on a real-life story and such films have to be encouraged and I think it could be one of Nawazuddin's best performance."
Directed by Ketan Mehta, "Manjhi - The Mountain Man" also stars Radhika Apte. The movie is set to hit theatres on Friday.