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Fan offers Kartik Aaryan 20 cr to marry him, actor replies …!

Kartik Aaryan is one of the most amazing stars of the industry. He enjoys a huge fan following online and offline. The actor was last seen in the film Dhamaka released on Netflix.

He played a news presenter who is forced to make a moral decision after a man threatens to nuke the entire city. Many fans replicated his language from the film after its release. Despite the fact that the film has been out for three months, the actor was recently shocked by another young fan who replicated his primary dialogue.

Kartik took to social media to publish a selfie video in which Inayat Verma, who plays journalist Arjun Pathak in Dhamaka, can be seen repeating his introductory dialogue. He rightly captioned it, “Cutest #ArjunPathak ❤️”.


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 However, it was a fan’s response that drew the most attention. A fan asked Kartik soon after he posted the cute video, “Achha mujhse shaadi karlo 20 crore dungi”. Replying to the comment, Kartik wrote, “kab” with laughing emoji.

After some hilarious exchanges, Kartik once again wrote, “bidding shuru karein?”

Back in the time during Imtiaz Ali’s Love Aaj Kal, there were reports that Kartik and Sara Ali Khan were dating. However, the news never got confirmed, but their social media PDA and sweet nok-jhok during promotions made them the talk of the town. Kartik had actually flown down to Bangkok to celebrate Sara’s 24th birthday. He captioned a photo of himself and her, “@saraalikhan95 has a birthday today. And Eid Mubarak (without the mask this time).”

Meanwhile, Kartik Aaryan is quite busy with massive projects like Shehzada, Freddy, Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, Captain India, and Sajid Nadiadwala’s untitled next in his pipeline.

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