Kartik Aaryan who entertained us through his films till date is all set to deliver something new with his upcoming film “Pati Patni Aur Woh”. The trailer and songs of the film are riding high in success and therefore buzz is high too. His last film Luka Chuppi was a Hit just after a Super Hit like “Sonu Ke Tito Ki Sweety” that clearly shows how bankable star he is today. While we all were shocked seeing him playing a character like Chintu Tyagi after so many stylish and playboy kind of roles, the actor is happy that people are shocked and happy at the same moment. He cleared all the doubts in an recent interactive with media.
When asked about how challenging it was to portray a different character like Chintu Tyagi, Kartik answered, “I had to work on many things. Chintu Tyagi was very challenging for me in terms of looks, physical appearance, the dialects, the world because this is entirely different world. I had to behave like a married man and I am not married so i had to control an younster in me and show maturity as an actor. Sometimes i had to work on my walk, my behavior before taking a shot so it was very challenging for me to portray Chintu Tyagi.”
“I am happy playing the most modern pati in reel world. I worked hard to etch out the character because i had to work on the dilectes, i had to work on my looks, i gained weight and also i kept moustache for the first time. I used to eat a lot to gain the weight, the clothes i wore were simple and people made memes on it”, he laughingly said.
Talking about his upcoming films, Kartik Aaryan looked damn confident as he quoted, “You will see me in Imtiaz sir’s next and he is one of my favourite director. He completely changed my thought process about the character i am playing. After that i am doing the most massy film of my career “Bhool Bhulaiya 2″ which i believe will take me to the ground level masses. Then Dostana 2 is a film which is unconventional and you will see me doing something which you would never expect. One thing i would promise you that all these films are very high on content.”
By :- Sameer Ahire.