Varun Dhawan tendered an apology on Twitter for taking a dig at Kangana through the ‘Nepotism Rocks’ statement at the IIFA 2017 award function. But the apology wasn’t directed at Kangana, it didn’t even mentioned Kangana’s name and seemed more like a ‘To whomsoever it may concern’ generalised tweet. If Varun genuinely felt like apologizing then at least he could have courteously named her. He wasn’t oblivious of the backdrop of the whole matter and what all he was doing.
I express my apology and regret .. I am extremely sorry if I have offended or hurt anyone with that act..
— Varun Dhawan (@Varun_dvn) July 18, 2017
Here are 5 ways we suggest in which Varun could have apologized to her:
1) Dear Kangana, Karan used me for settling his own scores against you and I got carried away.
3) Dear Kangana, I am sorry. Nepotism maybe bad but please see the alternative view and try to understand that many here wouldn’t have got their dream debuts and successive movies after a string of flops, had it not been for nepotism.