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Kartik Aryan is on a heavy shooting schedule’; shares a mirror selfie during 15 hrs of the shoot

Actor Kartik Aryan is working hard for his upcoming projects and it can be seen from her jam-packed shooting schedule. The actor continuously filmed for 15 hours from morning to night. 

The Bhool Bhoolaiya 2 star posted a mirror selfie from the sets of his upcoming movie ‘Shehzada’ on his official Instagram handle. During his shoot, he went on  Instagram to share a picture of his story as a surprise for his fans and followers. 

While posting the photograph, he wrote, “#shehzada…Subah se leke raat tak….15 hours and counting more. Kartik was seen sitting in front of a mirror in his vanity van along with his team member. He wore a black outfit to complete his handsome look. Kartik appeared radiant and lively even after spending this long time on the shoot. 

Shehzada is the Hindi adaptation of the Telugu blockbuster Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo which starred Allu Arjun and Pooja Hegde. The Hindi version of this movie is being made by David Dhawan’s son, Rohit Dhawan. Actress Kriti Sanon is once again collaborating with Kartik on this project. 

This movie is expected to mark entry in theatres next year on 10th February. One interesting thing is that the movie will clash with KJO’s ‘Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani’ featuring Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt. The makers planned to release ‘Shehzada’ this year in November at first. But they had to push the release schedule later. 

Besides Shehzada, Kartik also has Sajid Nadiadwala’s ‘SatyaPrem ki Katha’ in his kitty. Actress Kiara Advani who worked with him in Bhool Bhoolaiya 2 has once again joined hands for this project. The makers of this movie are claiming that it will be an epic love saga.  While the actor has done films in the romantic genre before, this time audience will watch him presenting a narrative that is still unexplored. The filmmakers say that it will be a memorable love saga.

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