Kartik Aaryan's Dhamaka released on Netflix this morning. The film, which is directed by Ram Madhvani and stars Mrunal Thakur in a special appearance, presents Kartik as a top prime time news reporter Arjun Pathak who has been demoted as an RJ. Recently, Kartik, who has been busy promoting Dhamaka, sat down for a chat with PeepingMoon. The actor expressed his gratitude towards filmmakers for offering great roles to him and fans for puring in so much love.
Talking to us, the actor told, "I am full of gratitude. I am so happy and lucky to be here. I am living my dream. I am just doing the kind of work I always wanted to be doing. I always wanted to be a part of such filmmakers' point of view in terms of what they see in me and the way they'd like to explore my inner craft."
He then added, "I am just in a very good space right now. I am so happy that someone like Ram Madhvani is showing his belief in me or maybe the kind of roles I am getting right now. I am just really happy with the kind of love that fans are pouring in. It's not easy to reach this situation, also it's not easy to sustain it."
Dhamaka is the remake of the Korean thriller The Terror Live (2013). Dhamaka also stars Vishwajeet Pradhan and Vikas Kumar. The film is produced by Ronnie Screwvala's RSVP Movies and Ram Madhvani Films.