'My fans can watch the real me, live in action': Kartik Aaryan to launch his own YouTube channel on August 12

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Ever since the release of Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety (2018), Kartik Aaryan has emerged as B-town's latest heartthrob with an enviable line-up of projects ahead including Imtiaz Ali's next tentatively titled Aaj Kal, remake of Pati Patni Aur Woh and Karan Johar's Dostana 2. The actor boasts of 11 million followers on Instagram, who drool over his pictures. And now taking his social media game higher, Kartik is set to launch his YouTube channel on August 12.

Confirming the same, Kartik told a leading daily that his YouTube channel will have 'original, behind-the-scenes and unfiltered content'. He was quoted as saying, "It will be a destination for my fans and well-wishers who can watch the real Kartik Aaryan, live in action. There will be original, behind-the-scenes and unfiltered content from my day-to-day life. It won't be limited to my professional life, but will also focus on fashion, fitness and my travels. YouTube has a wider audience; people love watching videos as it shows the real world around us. I've put a lot of thought to this page."

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The report further states that Kartik is likely to kick off the YouTube page with a behind-the-scenes vlog entry straight from the Lucknow schedule of his next, Pati, Patni Aur Woh. Since he is the perfect example of an outsider cracking the world of films, it is expected that Kartik will share his Bollywood journey as well. Kartik signed off by promising that just like his other social media accounts, he would handle the YouTube page himself. "I handle my social media accounts as I don't like anyone else managing them. The same will hold true for this channel. I have been planning to launch this since a year, and now thankfully, everything is in place," he maintained. 

With Kartik's latest endeavour, he joins the niche club of Bollywood stars like Alia Bhatt and Jacqueline Fernandez, who have dedicated YouTube channels. 

(Source: Mid-Day)

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