Kartik Aaryan’s fans were pretty excited as the Bollywood actor announced his upcoming project ‘Dhamaka’ on his birthday. He shared a motion poster on Instagram which only partially revealed his look in the film. Kartik was seen in an intense avatar, wearing glasses, and formal attire, and his look was compared by many to The Professor from The Money Heist. Kartik began shooting for Dhamaka a few days ago, and took to his social media to announce the same. Now, the actor has introduced fans to his character Arjun Pathak, and fans are intrigued.
Kartik Aaryan took to his Instagram account, and revealed his look for the film Dhamaka. Kartik will be seen playing the role of an investigative journalist named Arjun Pathak in the film, and introducing fans to his character, he captioned it, “Miliye #ArjunPathak se #Dhamaka @madhvaniram #RonnieScrewvala @amitamadhvani @rsvpmovies @officialrmfilms’. In the picture, he can be seen wearing a blood-stained suit, and sporting long hair. He also has glasses on, as he stares intently straight into the camera.
Kartik Aaryan’s fans dropped lovely comments on his Instagram post, and while one social media user wrote, “It’s an amazing look,” other fans dropped heart emojis. Take a look:
Dhamaka will be Kartik Aaryan’s first collaboration with filmmaker Ram Madhvani, known for directing Sonam Kapoor starrer Neerja. A source revealed details about the film while speaking to SpotboyE, and said, “The entire film unfolds in one media office. There are only 5-6 characters. It is a very intimate low-budget one-set film and Kartik accepted it because he wants to work with directors who can tap his acting chops, also because he wants to do films far removed from the lightweight comedies he has become typecast in.” ALSO READ: Kartik Aaryan Reveals One Iconic Role He Would Love To Play In His Career; It Has A Money Heist Link-Deets INSIDE
Image Source: Instagram/Kartik Aaryan
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