Popular child-artiste-turned hero Tarun, who is making a comeback of sorts with 'Idhi Naa Love Story,’ rules out marriage plans in the near future. "Of course, my parents keep asking me, but I have resolved to deliver a few hits and stabilise my career.
No plans to get married soon: Tarun
"I was hailed as lover boy onscreen and had my share of hits and flops as well. Neither do I get elated with a blockbuster nor go into depression after a flop," informs the son of yesteryear actress Roja Ramani. "My parents have always been supportive and stood behind me," he adds. Talking about the drug issue which dented his image, he adds "I don't know how my name cropped up in the issue.
Maybe, because I was into hoteling business many years ago. Otherwise, I have no connection with substance abuse," he points out. He also ruled out any new business interests, "Apart from acting, I have no other business interests,". On next generation stars surpassing in popularity, he informs "Everybody has their own space in film industry. I don't really follow work of other actors as I am glued to my shootings and story discussions,".
He rues the decision to turn an action hero, he says "I shouldn't have tried it,". Finally, on his link-ups with actresses like Aarti Agarwal and Priyamani, "They were all baseless rumours. I don't want to talk about Aarti as she is no longer alive, while me and Priyamani laughed off our marriage rumours. Rumours are the bane of the film industry, we can't do much about it, " he concludes.