Guest Iin London actor Kartik Aaryan says no one turns him away in film industry

Luckily, Pyaar Ka Punchnama worked for me. So far I’ve done well enough for myself. And I can say this much today for myself… no one turns me away or refuses to meet me. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App Related News
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Published:July 15, 2017 5:46 pm

Kartik Aaryan who made his debut in Pyaar Ka Punchnama recently also worked in Guest Iin London. But what I find when I go through the door is another matter.”
The young actor says he is getting offers from big banners, but not roles that are good enough. At the moment, Kartik’s family from Indore is in Mumbai with him for the release of Guest Iin London. His next release is the romantic-comedy Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety, directed by Luv Ranjan, who did Pyaar Ka Punchnama with him. Is he happy with the progress he has made in his career or does he feel pressurized because he is an outsider with no Bollywood connections? Yes, the doors are open. In fact, I’ve just bought myself a BMW. And by language, I don’t mean just spoken dialogues,” says Kartik. Kartik admits it hasn’t been easy. For a small-town boy with no Bollywood connections… that’s quite a way to go,” he said. Luv is a director who understands the language of Young India. “Life is tough in Mumbai when you are alone. “We’ve already shot most of the film and it will be released on November 3. “When I came to Mumbai from Indore I knew nobody. But then I am getting a chance to pursue my dreams, I have no reason to complain,” says Kartik.