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Kartik Aaryan’s film career started with Pyaar Kaa Punchnama. He has even worked on films like Luka Chuppi, Sonu ki Titu Ki Sweety, Pati Patni Aur Woh and now his movie Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 is out. If you haven’t watched it, make sure to check it out.
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I Am A Overthinker
“I have reduced overthinking, but I sometimes still do it. It is always related to work, may it be some trailer of mine or some performance to an extent that sometimes I dream about the same. But I love acting. Acting is my unwinding”.
Being The National Crush Of India
“I like attention. I am happy with it. To be honest, I don\’t know what to say. Maybe it is because of the romance in my eyes. I can’t decode it, nor do I want to change it”.
“On a serious note, I feel it is because of the relatability factor. I have come from the same place of being a fan so I can understand what they feel. Maybe because they have seen my journey and relate to it. So I do interact with them whenever I get a chance”.
His Struggling Phase
“The turning point of my career was Sonu ki Titu ki Sweety. Pyaar kaa punchnama has been a stepping stone for my career. It was difficult to get that film. And, after the film’s release, people never recognized me by my name. They knew me as a random guy with a long dialogue. Even after Punchanama 2, I didn’t become a household name. I was still going for auditions. It was a tough time. Then Sonu ki Titu ki Sweety happened. That opened many doors for me”.
The Struggle Never Ends
“The struggle will always be there. First, it was to get the first film. After that, the struggle was to get the next film. Then it was to get that one hit film to prove myself. After that, the struggle was to give more hits and not be known for only one film. The goal keeps changing and there is no finish line to this”.
It Might All End One Day
“I think about how will I feel when this fame is gone? I have a thought that I should learn to detach from this. But I have a thought that I should enjoy it till it lasts. These thoughts cross my mind yet, I think I might even work in my 60s”.
Kartik’s Favorite Series
“Black Mirror is one of my favorite shows. I love the trills in it. There are a lot of things that are happening or will happen in the future that the show covers”.
Marriage And Kids
“I don’t think about it. My parents have also said to wait for a few years. I am not in that state of mind right now. I love kids, but I haven’t thought about having mine now”.
“My favorite wrestlers used to change every week. I like Steve Austin a lot. I even used to like Undertaker, his smacks and chokeslam. Lita was my favorite diva. I used to play Smackdown versus Rock on video games a lot”.
Life Of YouTubers
“YouTubers are doing well, and you all have kept people entertained during the pandemic. I know it takes a lot to reach where you people have reached. Your content needs to be strong to gain likes and subscribers. You have to keep up with the trends and try to include that as well”.
Humility Of Kartik Aaryan
“I enjoy going on random walks and watching films. I love the attention that I get. When people come to me for photos, I can\’t say no. I have been in that position, so I know the value of it. People around me sometimes get annoyed with it”.
“I have seen my parents seen struggle a lot, and that is my inspiration. They have started their life from scratch. I have seen my parents sacrificing a lot. I have seen my mom fighting, which has made me strong”.
What Does Kartik Aaryan Want In A Relationship?
“Mutual respect is important. Honesty and loyalty are the basic a need”.
“I loved doing this podcast. I am doing it for the first time and it is a good way to express myself”.
I respect Kartik Aaryan a lot. It was fun shooting this episode. I hope you also enjoyed reading this blog.
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