Kartik Aaryan Shares a Selfie While Dubbing for Pati Patni Aur Woh
Kartik Aaryan’s will be seen in Pati Patni Aur Woh releasing on December 6th 2019 with Bhumi Pednekar and Anaya Panday
Kartik Aaryan has had probably the busiest year if her Bollywood career so far. With films releasing this year to working on many projects, this year has been truly blessed for Kartik Aaryan. His film Luka Chupi did great business at the box-office and soon he started shooting for Imtiaz Ali’s film which is the sequel of his film Love Aaj Kal. Shot in Himachal Pradesh, Kartik Aaryan had the opportunity to work with new sensation Sara Ali Khan who had already expressed her liking for Kartik Aaryan on the chat show of Koffee With Karan. They often shared pictures from the shoot and clicked well.
Kartik Aaryan recently shared a picture from the studio as he was busy dubbing for Pati Patni Aur Woh.
The film that is all set to release on December 6th, 2019 is currently in the dubbing phase. It is a romantic comedy film which is the remake of ‘Pati Patni Aur Woh’ from 1978. The new film has been directed by Mudassar Aziz and produced by Bhushan Kumar of T-Series. With him, Bhumi Pednekar and Ananya Panday are acting in the film. Kartik Aaryan has been spotted often with his co-stars on various occasions. Kartik Aaryan’s role was originally played by Sanjeev Kumar in 1978.
Kartik Aaryan has also started shooting for Bhool Bulayyia 2 with Kiara Advani which is the sequel of the earlier film of the franchise.
Kartik Aaryan is one of the most famous actors of the current generation. He is immensely popular among the young girls for his chocolate hero looks. Kartik Aaryan was born and raised in Gwalior to a family of doctors. He moved to Mumbai to pursue his engineering degree but also had the passion for acting. He started working relentlessly to get his first chance. Coming from a non-film family, Kartil Aaryan did not get it the easy way. Finally, he bagged a role in ‘Pyar Ka Punchnama’ but he did not tell his parents for some time until things were more concrete.