In this exclusive Film Companion Front Row chat powered by Fanta, Kartik Aaryan talks to Anupama Chopra about the success of Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 and how it’s changing the game for him, his upcoming projects Shehzada & Captain India, and what makes him a bankable actor today. He also shares anecdotes about his relationship with the paparazzi, his love life and more!
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01:32 Kartik Aaryan on the nickname “Savior of Bollywood”
06:00 Kartik Aaryan continues to be relatable while succeeding,
09:42 Kartik Aaryan on the love he gets from his fans
11:44 Kartik Aaryan on the OTT vs Theater debate
15:03 Working with Hansal Mehta on Captain India
19:00 Luv Ranjan’s Directing Process
20:10 Kartik Aaryan on comedy versus drama
24:00 Working with Ram Madhvani on Dhamaka
25:40 How does Kartik stay pure in his work?
27:38 Kartik Aaryan on the nepotism debate
29:00 How it went on Love Aaj Kal 2 with Imtiaz Ali
29:55 What is Kartik’s definition of hard work?
31:00 What made Kartik proud of his accomplishments
32:20 What does Viral Bhayani think of Kartik Aaryan?
34:00 Kartik Aaryan’s equation with the paparazzi
38:20 What is Kartik Aaryan’s relationship status?!
40:36 What does Kartik’s family think of his films
43:46 Q&A with the audience
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