Kartik Aaryan is gearing up for his next – sports drama Chandu Champion directed by Kabir Khan. In a noteworthy movie update, the actor made a special announcement on social media, posting a picture alongside boxing world champion Sena Agbeko. Judging from his post, it seems that he is preparing for a cinematic showdown with Agbeko in the film, today.

Kartik posted a picture of what looked like a shoot with the caption, “Gonna fight this Happy Beast tomorrow 🥊@assassi_nation i hope he doesn’t remove his anger of The World Championship fight on me 😤 #ChanduChampion 👊🏻.” To this, the boxer replied, “Happy beast is a nice way to put it 😆.

I know you can hold your own!! 👊🏾👊🏾”. Take a look…

On the other hand, Kartik Aaryan is a huge fitness freak and often shares post-workout session pictures and videos.
A few days back, the ‘Pati Patni Aur Woh’ actor was snapped outside the gym after his workout session. But what caught everyone’s attention was how the actor was surrounded by fans as he exited the gym and the way he dealt with the crowd.

Kartik Aaryan shares adorable video of his mom dancing on his song

In a clip shared by paparazzi, the ‘Love Aaj Kal’ actor was seen taking selfies as well as signing T-shirts for a few kids. The actor was seen coming out of the gym wearing a chic white hoodie with neon yellow shorts.
On the occasion of the New Year, Kartik shared a sun-kissed picture of himself with the caption, ‘Ready to embrace 2024 with open arms.’ In the picture, we can see Kartik standing with his arms wide, spread against the backdrop of stunning blue waters. He was seen wearing a comfortable white hoodie with a coconut tree printed on the back.

Work wise, apart from ‘Chandu Champion’, Kartik Aaryan will reprise his role as the renowned Rooh Baba in ‘Bhool Bhulaiyaa 3’.

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