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Kartik Aryan Transformation: Kartik Aaryan undergoes a major physical transformation for Kabir Khan’s upcoming film

by Stewart Cole
Rahul Bhatt, a celebrity fitness trainer, is currently on a mission to prepare Kartik Aaryan for his upcoming project with Kabir Khan. Rahul, who has trained celebrities like Aamir Khan, is known for his ability to help actors transform their bodies. Rahul said in a recent interview, “These are names from that demographic that require that kind of transformation and I’m supposed to be good at it.”

Kartik Aaryan, the handsome hunk of Bollywood, has been on a roll ever since his film Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 broke all box office records. The actor has several projects in the pipeline and fans can’t contain their excitement. Kartik will soon be seen in Kabir Khan’s upcoming film, for which he is undergoing a tremendous physical transformation.

The star revealed that he is currently training Kartik for Kabir Khan’s film and that they have 6-8 months before he starts shooting. Rahul also praised Kartik, describing him as persistent and hardworking.

Kartik Aaryan was most recently seen in Freddy, opposite Alaya F, and their film was released on the OTT platform. The actor is also working on Shehzada, starring Kriti Sanon, and Hera Pheri 3. Kartik was cast in the Hera Pheri franchise after Akshay Kumar apparently announced his exit from the film. According to reports, Akshay Kumar may return to the franchise and the producers are now in talks with him. Producer Firoz Nadiadwala has locked two scripts for the project, one with Akshay and one with Kartik.

Frequent questions:

1.What was Kartik Aryan’s first film?

Pyaar ka Panchnamma was Kartik Aryan’s first film.

2.What is Kartik Aryan’s recent movie?

Kartik Aryan is seen in the movie called Freddy on Disney+Hotstar.

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