'I've come to a point where I really don't care,' says Kartik Aaryan on dealing with media scrutiny

In an exclusive interview with PeepingMoon, Kartik Aaryan opened up about his 'dhamakedaar' performance in Dhamaka, working with Ram Madhvani, playing a reporter, dealing with media scrutiny in real life, and completing 10 years in Bollywood.

Talking about dealing with media scrutiny, he said, "I've come to a point where I really don't care about these things. They don't bother me at all. They bother my family a lot so I have to take care of them if such a situation comes. Thankfully, no such big situation has come in my life, nothing harmful has happened. So, I understand the point of view of the media also that why something is happening. And once you have that understanding, you feel it will all be normal and it is temporary."

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He added, "I have gained everything from the media only, so I am not losing anything. I have a really happy and good relationship with everyone in the media. A lot of you are my friends, it's like an extended family with me. So, I don't blame anyone if something happens. I am okay with it, I think it's temporary, it will fade away. It doesn't bother me."

On the work front, Kartik was last seen in Dhamaka which released on Netflixdha on November 19.