Kartik Aaryan calls himself a 'fan made superstar', introspects why fans flock outside his home to give him love
Kartik Aaryan has credited his fans for all the love and success he's seeing in Bollywood as he appeared on the show Aap Ki Adalat.
Actor Katrik Aaryan has been scaling new heights of popularity and success in what has been one of the lowest phases of Bollywood in terms of box office wins. The actor has been delivering back-to-back entertainers and is busy introducing the audience to his versatility with varied films. He recently appeared on the show Aap Ki Adalat hosted by Rajat Sharma and answered some of the most controversial questions about his rise to stardom.
In a round of courtroom style questioning, Kartik called himself a ‘fan made superstar’ as the host pointed at his rise to stardom from being someone who would stand outside Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan’s homes to get a glimpse of the stars to being someone who now has fans flocking outside his home in Mumbai.
“I know that when no one supported me, my fans did and that’s why I always say that I am a fan made superstar or a fan made actor, I love that. I often think about why I get so much love and I think it is because people believe that I am one of them and I represent them, their dreams and that’s why I am always happy. That’s why I hop on to the terraces, on top of cars, shake the hands of every fan, I can’t express it but I makes me really happy,” Kartik told Rajat Sharma.
Kartik rose to fame with one long monologue sequence in his debut film Pyaar Ka Punchnama and went on to repeat the same feat in the movie’s sequel Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2. After years of struggle Kartik found his breakthrough in Bollywood with the film Sonu Ki Titu Ki Sweety which was a surprise entrant in the coveted Rs. 100 crore club in 2018.
The actor went on s film signing spree after that and in 2022 achieved another big milestone with Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 which grossed over Rs. 200 crores at the box office at a time when many big budget films failed to draw the audiences to the cinemas. His digital releases like Dhamaka and Freddy have also been highly appreciated by fans for his performance.