Bollywood actor Kartik Aaryan has again won the internet with his latest quirky post as he posed with a cute kitten. This time, he addressed our collective wait for the vaccine to combat Covid-19 via a photo.
The 29-year-old actor took to Twitter to post a photograph where he’s seen sitting with a kitten while keeping social distancing norms in brain. Wearing a hoodie and denims, the actor clearly appears to be waiting for something. “Tom and Jerry waiting for vaccine”, he wrote. From celebs such as Nimrat Kaur to his followers on social media, people could not stop laughing at the photo.
The actor is quick on his feet in relation to referencing trends on social media. His final post was once a riff on the viral Rasode Mein Kaun Tha video. The actor asked with folded hands, “Please bata do Rasode mein kaun tha.(Please tell me, who was once in the kitchen)?” The scene, recreated in the video, has Kokilaben (Rupal Patel), Gopi Bahu (Giaa Manek) and Rashi bahu (Richa Hasabnis) busy in a heated discussion over an empty cooker on gas stove. The clip was once from the day by day soap, Saath Nibhana Saathiya that went off air in 2017.
Kartik is known for his monologues, from the Pyaar Ka Punchnama series in addition to the one he delivered on social media earlier this year, exhorting people to stay indoors throughout the pandemic. Talking approximately his monologues in the Luv Ranjan films, he told HT, “I shot the monologues in a unmarried take. Okay, to be completely factual, in Pyar Ka Panchnama we required a second take because the camera ran out of movie. For the sequel, my second monologue was once shot in a 12-minute-long take without cuts. It was once edited to seven-and-a-half minutes.”
Talking approximately his success, Kartik had said recently “From the onset of my career I had the attitude that whether the audience isn’t in a position to comprehend my talent, it’s their loss. I realize I have it in me to make it as an actor. I used to be asked to audition for films even after my first hit but I never missing heart, I had drive. And my ardour overrode my doubts.”