Today, Prime Minister Of India, Narendra Modi had come online again to address the nation where he enlightened the entire nation with some important points regarding Unlock phase 2 amid Coronavirus. As people are glued to their TV and phone screens to know what the PM has in store this time, Bollywood actor Kartik Aaryan too is gearing up for Modi Ji's address to the nation. He getting ready is no less than a filmy scene straight out of a Karan Johar movie and we are sure many can even relate to the caption which Kartik has backed it with.
Just sometime back, Kartik Aaryan shared a picture of himself along with his father and mother. In the picture, we see Kartik's mother, doing what appears to be making him eat Dahi shakkar (sweet curd) which is usually eaten before stepping out of the house or for any auspicious event, as per Hindu tradition. The picture indicates that before Modi's speech, this is how Kartik gears up. While sharing the picture on his Instagram feed, he captioned it as, "Gearing up for Modi Ji's Address to the Nation."
After seeing this picture, fans were in splits as they all were posting laughing emoticons on his comment section. There are some who have written ‘too good’ and ‘good one’ under his post. LoL. Check out the picture below:
Meanwhile, on his work front, Kartik Aaryan will be next seen in Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 along with Kiara Advani. Due to the lockdown, the film’s shoot came into a halt, however, the director of the film Anees Bazmee confirmed to Mid-Day saying that the shoot of the film will resume only when they receive the permission from Uttar Pradesh government as the shoot is supposed to happen in Lucknow. Apart from this, he will be next seen in Karan Johar’s Dostana 2 along with Janhvi Kapoor and Lakshya. ALSO READ: After Dating Sara Ali Khan, Kartik Aaryan Reacts To Link-Up Rumours With Janhvi Kapoor, ‘I’ll Be Flattered’- VIDEO
Image source: Instagram/ kartikaaryan
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