From Pyaar Ka Punchnama To Love Aaj Kal, Kartik Aaryan’s Growth As An Actor Is Simply Fabulous!

Amar Singh Rathore

The people’s hero Kartik Aaryan is back with his continued form but a very complex role in Love Aaj Kal which he enacted quite fairly. Aaryan makes you believe that love is completed with both whites & blacks. He might be able to shun his critics who have always labelled him to be only doing misogynistic and repeated roles. In his role of Raghu & Veer, the actor tells us that love has complexities but you’ve to own them if you are seeking to be complete.

Kartik, who started his journey with the sleeper hit, Pyaar Ka Punchnama has come a long long way in Bollywood. Considering where he stands today with all the stardom and the love from the fans, Kartik has did it all on his own by being at the right places at the right time! From the Punchnama series, all we got to see were impressive monologues which earned him the title ‘The monologue king’ and his acting-abilities were not talked about in a detailed manner. With super-hits like Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety, Lukka Chuppi and Pati, Patni Aur Woh, Kartik became the audience’s favorite and even the most adored actor by the families of the country. He entertained everyone with his comic timing, one-liners and his expressive eyes surely created magic.

With success came even more expectations and the audience and the critics both wanted a film which stood alone on Kartik’s shoulders and must be away from just providing entertainment but a wholesome performance. After being criticized for doing repetitive and misogynistic roles, Kartik has bounced back and has proven his worth as an actor in Love Aaj Kal. The actor’s performance is hailed to be his finest till now and many have also compared it to Ranbir Kapoor‘s performances which is surely a big thing!

Here is hoping that Kartik stands tall with each passing performance of his as an actor and a performer!

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