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Kartik Aaryan’s hooked and booked

Updated on: 03 November,2021 07:17 AM IST  |  Mumbai
Uma Ramasubramanian |

Sources say Aaryan, gung-ho about material of Shehzada, has blocked the next six months to do justice to the Hindi remake of Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo

Kartik Aaryan’s hooked and booked

Kartik Aaryan

There is little rest for Kartik Aaryan. Even as he gears up for the release of Dhamaka, the actor has dived into the shoot of Shehzada, which is an official adaptation of Allu Arjun’s Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo (2020). “Huge sets have been built at Film City in Goregaon for the shoot. Director Rohit Dhawan is mounting the remake of the Telugu hit on a grand canvas,” says a source.  

A still from Ala VaikunthapurramulooA still from Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo

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It is heard that Aaryan has blocked the next six months for the action drama. The source reveals, “Kartik will sport a different look in the film. The Mumbai set is being closely guarded to prevent any leaks. The makers have also requested Kartik to not put out any pictures on social media. Rohit wanted to shoot the film on a start-to-finish schedule. The actor has complete faith in the project and was more than willing to dedicate the next six months to it. After an extensive schedule in the city, Rohit and his team will head to Delhi.”

Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo revolves around a young man eager for validation from his father, who in turn criticises and neglects him. The protagonist later learns that he was switched at birth, and that his biological father is an affluent businessman. The Hindi adaptation features Kriti Sanon as the leading lady.

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