Kartik Aaryan Admits Being Paid Rs 20 Cr For A 10-Day Shoot During COVID Pandemic, Reveals What Salman Told Him ‘Jab Sabki Film Flop Hai Aur Tumhari Hit…’

It was for Ram Madhvani’s Dhamaka released in 2021, which streams on Netflix.

Yesterday, Kartik Aaryan appeared on Aap Ki Adalat show and answered various questions from Rs 20 cr demand to signing sequels to his early days, and how he calls himself ‘Shehzada’ of the Bollywood. He talked about Salman Khan’s feedback to him as well.

He had reportedly earned Rs 1.25 lakh for his first film Pyaar Ka Punchnama. When asked about the allegations of him getting Rs 20 cr for a movie, he admitted, “Sir yeh kiya tha corona ke time pe, par kya main aise discuss kar sakta hoon apni fees, mujhe nahi pata. Par haan woh ek film (Dhamaka) aise bani aur dus din ka shoot tha uska. Woh mera remuneration tha aur main dus din mein kya, bees din mein paise double kar deta hoon apne producers ke, toh banta hai (Yes, during the Covid-19 pandemic I had shot for the film for 10 days and that was my remuneration. I make my producers earn double the money in 20 days, so I think I deserve what I am paid).” It was for Ram Madhvani’s Dhamaka released in 2021, which streams on Netflix.

“Toh jab kisi ki nahi chal rahi thi, toh Kartik Aaryan ki kaisi chal gayi? (When no one’s films were working, then how did Kartik Aaryan’s film worked?),” asked the host Rajat. He revealed the feedback he received once from Salman Khan on success and failure. He stated, “Jab sabki hit ho rahi hoti hai, aur tumhari hit ho toh maza nahi aata, jab sabki flop ho rahi hai aur tumhari hit ho gayi toh history ho jaati hai (When everyone else’s films are hits and you are also giving a hit then it’s not that fun, but when everyone else is giving flop film.”

Meanwhile, he was last seen in Freddy and will next star in Kriti star Shehzada.


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