Kartik Aaryan is one of the most loved and popular stars of Bollywood. Over the years, he has been a part of many controversies. Last year, it was reported that he had a fallout with Karan Johar which led to his exit from Dostana's sequel. It was reported that Kartik was ousted from the film because of his 'unprofessional behavior'. Kartik was supposed to share screen space with Janhvi Kapoor and Lakshya in the same. Now, he has opened up about his rumoured fallout with Karan and Dostana 2 exit.
In an interview with Indian Express, Kartik was asked if his differences with the industry people could cost him work as he is not from a filmy background. He said, "I just focus on my work. That's all I would like to say on this. Look at my film line-up."
When asked about the rumours about a few industry insiders creating a lobby against him, Kartik said, "What happens, at times, is people make 'baat ka batangad'. There is nothing more to it. No one has so much time to think so much. Everybody just wants to work, do good work. Other than that, things are just rumours." ALSO READ:Kartik Aaryan's Fans Get FLIRTY As He Shares A Shirtless Photo And Reminds Them To Be Their Own Valentine
Last year, while announcing the re-casting of the film, Dharma Productions had released a statement. It read, "Due to professional circumstances, on which we have decided to maintain a dignified silence - we will be recasting Dostana 2, directed by Collin D'Souza. Please wait for the official announcement soon."
Last year, in an interview with RJ Siddharth Kannan, Kartik was asked if he's bothered by the negative stories about himself. He had said, "A lot of times you ask yourself, 'why is this happening? But more than myself, I feel for my family, because they don't belong to this world."
The actor further added, "I belong to this industry, so I know that as long as you concentrate on your work, nothing else matters. But my family gets affected, and that's the only thing I get worried about. Other than that, it doesn't matter. I know that my work will always speak volumes. If I fall short on that front, I want to improve myself."