Kartik Aaryan was recently spotted and snapped at his ex-girlfriend Sara Ali Khan’s residence as he arrived there for a diwali party. Dressed in a traditional outfit, he looked dapper as ever.
Check out his photos here:

Kartik (1)

Pic: Yogen Shah

Kartik (2)

Pic: Yogen Shah
Dressed in a yellow kurta and white pyjamas, Kartik was seen striking stylish poses for the paparazzi outside before heading inside the house for the bash.The actor was seen sporting a clean-shaven look.

Kartik and Sara, who worked together in Imtiaz Ali’s ‘Love Aaj Kal’ fell in love on the sets and dated each other for quite some time before parting ways for reasons best known to them. Ever since then, they have maintained a cordial relationship with each other.

Koffee With Karan: Sara Ali Khan and Ananya Panday talk about their common ex-boyfriends – Are Kartik Aaryan and Vijay Deverakonda listening?

Recently, on Karan Johar’s celebrity chat show, Koffee With Karan 8, Karan asked them directly about Kartik Aaryan and whether it is easy to be friendly with each other considering they once dated the same guy. Sara, however, just poske dating and break ups in general. She said, “I don’t want to say that ya, it’s all easy because then it comes across as a little more frivolous than it is. It isn’t always easy. When you are involved with anybody, whether it’s friends, professionally, romantically, especially if I am, I get involved and invested. It is not like, ‘Oh yeah, it doesn’t really matter, whatever it’s today, whatever it’s tomorrow’. It’s not like that. It does affect you. But ultimately you have to rise beyond that.”

Elaborating further, Sara added, “Something I have realised without sounding semi-negative, is that there are no permanent predicaments in this business. In my personal experience, there is no point making permanent best friendships, pinky promises, saying I’ll never talk to you again. All these never and always nahi hota (doesn’t happen).”

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