"I have worked hard for this attention and if I will get afraid of it then what's the point. People, who say 'I don't like the attention', are liars. In our profession, we work hard to get love and acclaim and if you start saying that you don't like it, it doesn't make sense," Arjun said.
The 'Tevar' actor, who enjoys a great fan following, said he loves connecting with his admirers.
"I know how to deal with it. Some people can't deal with it and that might be the reason why they don't enjoy it. It is unfair for me comment on anyone else, but I love this attention and like connecting with fans," he said.
Arjun, however, agrees that he now thinks twice before making a public appearance.

The actor, who has done six movies in his three-year-old career, was on a small break after his last box-office outing 'Tevar' released in January. He will soon start working on "Shamitabh" director R Balki's film.
"My next is R Balki's film opposite Kareena (Kapoor Khan). I will start the work on the project by the end of this month. It's an urban romantic film and I am very thrilled to team up with Balki and Kareena. They are the two people I always wanted to work with," said the "Gunday" actor.

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