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Kartik Aaryan said such thing about nepotism

Kartik Aaryan

Kartik Aaryan is an avid social media user. The latest video he shared made everyone happy with his stories and even took everyone down with his spooky-hilarious antics. He shared the video captioned that “Koki present Sasti  Manjulika #GoodNews #Koki will ask. “

He started the video in a small village in Odisha sharing the news of a unique initiative that introduced a woman as a ghost and roamed the streets of the village so that people fearfully follow the lock-down completely.

Taking a hint from this news, the actor who plays a ghost buster in his upcoming film ‘Bhool Bhulaiyaa’ decided to actually make some scary plans, as he casts his sister as a ‘cheap manjulika’, Were presenting.

When Kartik does not agree with the ghost-incarnation of his sister Kritika, he asks her to do better. Kritika called her mother to intervene while crying. Kartik said, “I hate nepotism.” The actor made these hilarious remarks, due to his sister not being a good part of his plans.

With some interesting projects up his sleeve, Kartik Aaryan is currently one of the most sought-after actors in Bollywood.

Kartik is spending the most time at home, spending quality time with his family. Apart from this, he has also been actively updating, interacting and entertaining his fans on social media through his interesting posts.

Kartik Aaryan has been very active on social media to raise awareness about the coronavirus epidemic and at the same time, he has also come in support of the government and has also contributed to the PM Cares Fund.

Karthik is entertaining his audience on social media with an interview in Koki Pahega, where he interacts with Covid-19 warriors.

On the work front, the actor was last featured in Imtiaz Ali’s ‘Love Aaj Kal’ alongside Sara Ali Khan. Once the lockdown opens, Kartik Aaryan is set to come with a long list of releases on the silver screen, Which includes ‘Bhool Bhulaiyaa’, ‘Dostana 2’ and an action thriller with Om Raut.

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