‘Only global achiev­ers de­serve wax fig­ures’

HT City - - Entertainment - Shreya Mukher­jee shreya.mukher­jee@htlive.com

Ac­tor Karan Wahi re­cently de­cided to go sight­see­ing in Lon­don while shoot­ing for his up­com­ing Bol­ly­wood film where he stars along­side Ur­vashi Rautela, Sooraj Pan­choli, and Ihana Dhillon. And the place that Karan en­joyed ex­plor­ing the most was the Madame Tus­sauds Wax Mu­seum.

“This was my first visit to Madame Tus­sauds. It is a must-go when you are in Lon­don,” says Karan adding, “There weren’t a lot of stat­ues. I think that is be­cause it has opened up in var­i­ous places, in­clud­ing the one in Delhi, and some of the stat­ues have been shifted, which was the sad part. But I was still happy to be there. I’d heard so much about the it that I al­ways wanted to visit the place.”

Talk­ing more about his visit, Karan opines that some of the stat­ues that are in the mu­seum, should not have been there. “I feel the en­tire process has be­come too easy now, un­like ear­lier. I saw a lot of peo­ple, who may not have had such a strong im­pact, but still they have their stat­ues there. I feel only global achiev­ers should be there, not any­one and ev­ery­one,” he says. How­ever, Karan avoided nam­ing the stat­ues that he felt should not be there.

Karan Wahi with Rafael Nadal’s statue at Madame Tus­sauds, Lon­don

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