It's a happy 31st birthday for Kartik Aaryan. Not only is his latest film Dhamaka doing well, but he has quite a few projects lined up.
Dhamaka was a new territory for me, a thriller genre I have never done before. Thanks to the masses, I feel I've passed with flying colours,
Dhamaka has been well received. Were you expecting that?
I feel that I have celebrated my birthday in advance, thanks to the response to Dhamaka.
The amount of love, warmth and praise I have received for my movie (is so much) that the birthdaywali-feeling and love-filled wishes have already done its work in advance.
Dhamaka was a new territory for me, a thriller genre I have never done before.
Thanks to the masses, I feel I've passed with flying colours.
I have always said that I am a fan-made star and their validation and praise gives me the confidence to pick more such roles filled with surprises.
What are your birthday plans? What are your earliest birthday memories?
This year, my birthday is going to be Dhamaka-filled. I will be celebrating it with my family and fans.
I have some surprises planned for my birthday and the celebration is going to be great.
Talking about my birthdays during my childhood, they were filled with joy, home-cooked delicacies and cakes.
Every birthday is special when one has one's family around and I'm lucky that, today, my family is with me.
You started with a hit, Pyaar Ka Punchnama. How do you see your journey so far?
It has been a roller-coaster ride for me.
When I look back, there is only one word with which I can express my journey: Gratitude.
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