Monday, October, 03,2022

After opting out of Dharma and Red Chillies, Kartik Aaryan is now making a film with Kabir Khan and Sajid Nadiadwala

Mumbai (Maharashtra): Kartik Aaryan is one of the most sought-after actors in today’s generation and he has reached this level of success through sheer hard work and dedication. Now, with the success of his horror-comedy Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 with Kiara Advani and Tabu, Kartik has become a bankable star that will make a film successful through his performances and fan adulation. But the actor cannot seem to settle down with a production house as he constantly has to keep opting out of films due to his packed schedule.

After he opted out of Dharma Productions’ Dostana 2 after facing some differences with the production house, rumours stated that he recently also had to cut his ties with Red Chillies entertainment. But now it seems that the actor has finally found a production house that may make it to the end!

Nadiadwalagrandsons recently announced the epic collaboration between Sajid Nadiadwala, Kabir Khan and Kartik Aaryan for a film based on true events! The yet-to-be untitled project will have Kartik in the lead with Sajid and Kabir producing it jointly along with Kabir taking on the director’s wheel. Along with the photos of the three, the caption of the post stated, “Happy to announce our next, directed & jointly produced by @kabirkhankk starring @kartikaaryan. Going on floors early next year!💥Marking the coming together of #SajidNadiadwala#KabirKhan & #KartikAaryan. This big scale spectacle is based on a true story!”



The actor too took to his social media handle to announce the big development as he wrote, “This one is very special. Super excited to embark on this exciting journey with one of my favourite filmmaker’s @kabirkhankk and #SajidNadiadwala Sir”.

On the work front, Kartik has an array of big projects lined up for release with Freddy alongside Alaya F, Shehzada with Kriti Sanon, Captain India by Hansal Mehta and Satyanarayan ki Katha of Sajid Nadiadwala’s production.

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