Rishabh Pandey, Mumbai. Bollywood actor Kartik Aaryan aka Dhamaka Boy Arjun Pathak, who plays a journalist in his upcoming thriller, is creating a lot of buzz these days. Ever since the audience got to see glimpses of his role, he is getting praise and attention. This film will mark a turning point in Kartik’s career so far. But at the same time it is also challenging for the actor as he will be playing such an intense role for the first time. The actor recently shared how he pushed himself and practiced round the clock for his role.
During an interview, Kartik spoke about his preparation and practice for playing the role of Arjun Pathak, he said, “Dhamaka is the most challenging film of my career so far, and Arjun Pathak is the toughest character for me. In fact, I’m a very excited person, so when I did my last few films, which were in the rom-com space, I felt a little more at ease. However, the blast inspired me to move on. One I also have some limitations as an actor. I am playing the role of a journalist, so my preparation was definitely increased. I studied the lives of news reporters and made them better. I did this even during the lockdown , so that I get time to delve deeper into the character. Arjun’s character is intense, so I really worked to live him in every possible way.”
Karthik is considered one of the most popular actors in the film industry. The canvas of his work has the best line-up of films. When asked if there is anything that motivates him, Kartik claimed that his fans are his biggest inspiration, he said, “No, why would it distract me. It really motivates me to do better.” Not only female fans but male fans also motivate me. It is for them that I always try to do something different and work hard to improve myself, so they are the reason where I today.”
Dhamaka is one of the most awaited films of Kartik Aaryan. Directed by Ram Madhvani, the film will premiere on Netflix on November 19. There are many more films in Karthik’s film list, such as Captain India, Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, Freddy and Shahzada.
first published:Nov. 13, 2021, 11:42 a.m.