Gwalior boy Kartik Aaryan has carved a niche for himself in Bollywood in a relatively short span of time. The actor’s unkempt voluminous hair, boyish smile and ability to mouth monologues in romcoms that revolve around the battle of the sexes catapulted him to stardom. His upcoming thriller Dhamaka will see him breaking away from the ‘Kartik Aaryan brand of cinema’, or so we believe. In an exclusive chat with Bombay Times, the actor opens up on life, movies and how the year changed him as a person.
In our last interaction, you said you love to be a ‘massy hero’. With the OTT boom and the kind of movies that are being made today, are you slowly inching towards what is perhaps more experimental or unconventional? Has this year changed your outlook towards the choices you will make from now on as an actor?
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