Aanand L Rai Refutes Rumours Of Kartik Aaryan Being Dropped Out Of His Film; Reveals 'No Film Was Signed' With The Actor

Aanand L Rai refuted rumours of Kartik Aaryan being ousted from his film. Read on!

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Aanand L Rai Refutes Rumours Of Kartik Aaryan Being Dropped Out Of His Film; Reveals 'No Film Was Signed' With The Actor
Kartik Aaryan has been making headlines for multiple reasons lately. As many are aware, earlier it was reported that Kartik Aaryan was roped in by filmmaker Aanand L Rai for his upcoming gangster film. It further mentioned that he was in advanced level talks with the filmmaker. The actor had even read the script and heard the narration but things didn't work out. And now, Aanand L Rai rubbished all the rumours and stated that there was no such film offered to him.

Speaking to ETimes, Aanand L Rai said, 'There was no such film signed by Kartik, all these reports are baseless.' He further added, 'There are so many actors who come to meet me, but that does not mean that he or she has been signed for my film.' Reportedly, Aanand L Rai was planning the Hindi remake of Tamil romantic comedy, Kalayana Samayal Saadam with the actor. However, there was no confimation on the same.

According to a Hindustan Times report, the source said, 'Kartik Aaryan was in advanced level talks with Aanand, and had read the script and heard the narration too. But, before he could sign on the dotted line, things fell apart. The fact that Karan dropped Kartik seems to have influenced others. So, this could be the third instance where Kartik maybe losing out on getting to work with an established filmmaker like Aanand.'

On the other hand, Kartik has multiple projects in the kitty. His upcoming films include Dhamaka and Bhool Bhulaiya's sequel. He also has a Rohit Dhawan film in his kitty. Fans are eagerly looking forward to the actor's upcoming projects.




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