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No sleep for Kartik Aaryan ahead of Filmfare Awards 2024, here's why

Updated on: 28 January,2024 03:42 PM IST  |  Mumbai
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Kartik Aaryan is following a hectic schedule. The actor who has been shooting for Kabir Khan's Chandu Champion has arrived in Gujarat for Filmfare Awards 2024

No sleep for Kartik Aaryan ahead of Filmfare Awards 2024, here's why

Kartik Aaryan

Filmfare Awards 2024: Actor Kartik Aaryan enjoys a massive fan following across the country. He is also among the most dedicated and hardworking actors of Indian cinema who prioritises his audiences above everything.

The example of his hard-work and passion is witnessed time and again and a recent example of it was seen when he worked without taking any break for 23 hours continuously. The actor shot for Kabir Khan's Chandu Champion and then he travelled to Gujarat for the rehearsal session of the upcoming Filmfare Awards.

Sharing the glimpses of his rehearsal for the upcoming award show on social media, Kartik Aaryan captioned. "23 hrs of no sleep

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The Filmfare Awards 2024 is going to be held tonight in Ahmedabad. Kartik Aaryan will be burning the dance floor with his electrifying dance performance on some of his chartbuster songs.

After leaving an everlasting impression with his performance in last year's superhit romantic drama 'SatyaPrem Ki Katha', the young actor is gearing up for the release of his next big-screen spectacle 'Chandu Champion'.

Ever since the film was announced, the anticipation among the masses was at its peak to watch the collaboration between Kartik Aaryan and Kabir Khan and in a recent surprise, the star teased the audiences with a striking new look from the film where he is seen in the character of soldier.

Helmed by Kabir Khan, 'Chandu Champion'  is based on the life of India’s first Paralympic gold medalist, Murlikant Petkar, who won the 50 meters freestyle swimming competition at the 1972 Summer Paralympics in Heidelberg, Germany. During the 1965 India-Pakistan war, Petkar, a soldier of the craftsman rank in the Corps of Electronics and Mechanical Engineers (EME) in the Indian Army, suffered debilitating injuries that rendered him paraplegic. He took to swimming as recommended by the doctor, and eventually represented India internationally. 

Meanwhile, on the work front, Kartik Aaryan will be seen in the third installment of Bhool Bhulaiyaa 3, Aashiqui 3 and will begin shooting for Karan Johar's Dharma Productions epic war saga Directed by Sandeep Modi.

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