Dhamaka’s Khoya Paaya sets the tone for this new Kartik Aaryan film






After a highly successful trailer, the first Dhamaka song was unveiled and it is an inspirational song titled Khoya Paaya, starring lead actor Kartik Aaryan. Excited with his intense eyes, the video for the song sees Kartik in monochrome as he sings the beautiful lyrics.

One of the best and most inspiring compositions of this year, Khoya Paaya is composed, produced and arranged by Vishal Khurana. Amit Trivedi and Delraaz Bunshah have sung the song while the lyrics are written by Puneet Sharma. Interestingly, it is Bejoy Nambiar who has directed the track while Ravi Varman has filmed it.

With scenes and dialogue from ‘Dhamakedaar’ combined with shocking and inspiring songs now, Kartik Aaryan is ready to shine in the movie for his looks. The actor will be seen as a news reporter in the film and with this he is trying something that he had not done before. The film is one of the most anticipated of this year, which will premiere on the OTT platform on November 19. It looks quite promising for all the content that has been released so far.

Additionally, Kartik also shared how Arjun’s character is the most difficult he has played so far. Speaking to a publication, he said: “Dhamaka is the most challenging film of my career so far, and Arjun Pathak is the most difficult character I have ever played. Actually, I am a very lively person, so when I made a Some of my films Previously, which were in the rom-com space, I felt a little more comfortable. However, Dhamaka pushed me to expand my limits as an actor. I play the role of a journalist, so my preparation had definitely increased and I was studying the life of news reporters and I watched several documentaries to understand it better. It was also during the confinement, so it gave me time to delve into this character. Arjun’s character is intense and layered, so I really worked to live it in all the ways possible “.

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