Kartik Aaryan: Even after 'Pyaar Ka Panchnama', Kartik struggled with the financial crisis, said- rejected offers even in bad times


Kartik Aaryan is in a lot of discussions about his film 'Chandu Champion'. Now recently, the actor recalled the time when he was getting offers for supporting roles in films even after the success of 'Pyaar Ka Punchnama'. Kartik said that at that time he was going through a financial crisis, but still, he listened to his heart in the selection of his films. Let's know what else the actor has said.

Recently, in an interview, Kartik said, "I was in a very bad situation in my life at that time. I was an actor and one of my films was released, but I had no other films. Even after the film became a hit, I had no other film offers and I had no money." Kartik said that he was around 22-23 years old at that time and was very worried about money.


Kartik said that despite the success of 'Pyaar Ka Punchnama' he was not getting many offers and the ones he was getting were not right for him. He said, "I got the films I wanted even when I refused many things. I refused many films during my bad times. Even when I did not have any films, I trusted my conscience."

Kartik added, "It's not like I had too many options anyway. Maybe I got one or two offers that I could have made money from, but I didn't take those offers. Even after Pyaar Ka Punchnama, I was getting roles of 'hero's friend' or 'hero's brother' and they paid well, but I didn't do that either." Kartik added that he continued to believe in himself, and "it paid off when Sonu Ke Titu Ki sweety released."

Let us tell you that Kartik Aaryan's film 'Chandu Champion' is now on the verge of release. This film based on the life of athlete Muralikant Petkar will be released in theaters on june 14.


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