Karthik Aryan, who made his Bollywood debut with the film ‘Pyaar Ka Panchanama’, is celebrating his 30th birthday on Sunday. Karthik Aryan was born in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh but reached Mumbai to fulfill his childhood dream. Fans congratulate her on social media during her birthday.
For Kartik Aryan, the pride of millions of people, stepping into the cinema was a difficult journey. There was a time when he was rejected from outside the studio. He stayed with 12 roommates to live in Mumbai. Later, people worked hard to make a mark. Karthik made a mark in the industry with one hit film after another.
After completing his schooling from Gwalior, Karthik came to Mumbai for college. In a conversation with Humans of Bombay, Karthik Aryan said, “I saw ‘Baazigar’ in class 9 when I decided I wanted to be on that side of the screen. I finished school in Gwalior. I have no experience in acting or have any contacts with this line.
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“I used to travel 6-7 hours a week on a local train to give auditions,” says Karthik. At the time, I was rejected from outside the studio many times because I didn’t look like that kind of character. But I never gave up hope. Soon I started doing TV commercials. At the time, I was living with 12 roommates due to financial difficulties. One of my friends once asked me to do a photoshoot. Having said that, make a portfolio and send your photos everywhere. I did this by raising money anyway. I bunk my college many times for these auditions, and my parents knew nothing about it.
After nearly two and a half years of fighting, I got the film ‘Pyaar Ka Panchanama’, ”says Karthik. I auditioned for this film not once but many times. I called my mom when I got the roll. He did not believe them. My mother was adamant that I would finish my degree. I gave the tests and started shooting the film. Once when I was sitting in the college hall, people were photographing me. That feeling for me is amazing. Even after ‘Pyaar Ka Panchanama’, my career did not move forward. Then the movie ‘Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweetie’ changed everything. If I had not believed in myself, I would not have had anything today. I am proud of where I am at the moment.