Kartik Aaryan has made his name among the top actors of the film industry in a very short span of time. Today every director wants to work with him. His fan followings are also in crores. Last year’s film Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 has taken him to even greater heights. Now he has also increased the fees of his films manifold. Some time ago there was news that Karthik had charged a fee of Rs 20 crore for shooting for 10 days during the Kovid period, now the actor has broken his silence on this news.
acceptance of hefty fees
Recently, Karthik Aryan has admitted in an interview that he got a hefty amount for the 10-day shoot. Karthik shot for 10 days for the film Dhamaka produced by Ram Madhvani. At that time, the Corona epidemic had created panic all over the world including India. The film Dhamaka was released in the year 2021. Karthik accepted the hefty fee and said that he deserves it. They double the producers’ money in 20 days.
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considers himself a prince
During the interview, Karthik spoke on many other issues. He said that he considers himself the number 1 star and he is the Shehzada of Bollywood. Along with this, he also said that he wants his films to do business of 1000 crores, not 100 crores. However, in the end, he also said that audience’s love matters the most to him and he wants to give hit films for the same.
Will soon be seen in the film Shahzada
Karthik Aryan started his career in the year 2011 with Pyaar Ka Punchnama. He got a fee of only Rs 1.25 crore for this film. But today their demand has increased a lot. He has done many hit films like Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety, Luka Chuppi and Love Aaj Kal. Now he has even started replacing veteran actors in big films. He will soon be seen in the film Shehzada, which will hit the big screens on February 10.
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