Kartik Aaryan Reacts to ’Ladies Magnet’ Label

Kartik Aaryan reacted when he was asked about his secret to being a ‘ladies’ magnet’. He also gave some of the reasons why.

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“It’s not just about girls"

Kartik Aaryan recently addressed the ‘ladies magnet’ label that he is often associated with.

In an interview, Kartik was asked about the secret to his popularity with women to which the actor said that it is not gender-specific.

The actor said that he is popular with men as well.

In the past, many of Kartik’s co-stars including Sara Ali Khan and Ananya Panday have admitted to having crushes on him.

Kartik Aaryan also has a huge female fan following on his social media platforms.

When he was asked about the secret to being a ‘ladies’ magnet’, Kartik said:

“I haven’t decoded it yet nor do I think I am a magnet. I am single right now.”

Katrik Aaryan added: “Maybe I am fun to hang with. I am a fun-loving guy, I keep cracking jokes. I am honest in my work also.

“It’s not just about girls, it’s about guys and girls. I love hanging out with people who I work with also, so that’s how it is.

“I think I am a magnet for people, not any particular gender.”

Soon after wrapping up his schedule for Shehzada, Kartik Aaryan made his digital debut in 2021 with the Netflix original film Dhamaka.

Directed by Ram Madhvani, Dhamaka is a remake of the hit Telugu film Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo.

Kartik starred in the film alongside Kriti Sanon, Manisha Koirala and Paresh Rawal.

Meanwhile, Kartik has several films in the pipeline including Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, Freddy, Captain India, Satyanarayan Ki Katha and an action film with director Om Raut.

Besides his upcoming films, Kartik recently made headlines for his Koki Puchega series during the Covid-19 lockdown in 2021.

The actor interviewed people from diverse backgrounds in an attempt to spread a positive message.

Speaking about the series, Kartik Aaryan said:

“A lot of people were not aware as to how to react during the Covid-19 period, what’s going to happen and all.

“So that was the whole intent.

“But it became massive and a lot of people started liking it in different ways altogether and they started looking at me with a different eye like maybe I can host something like this also.

“It’s a difficult job but I have realised while doing it that you have to be on your toes while listening to a person and also thinking separately.

Koki Puchega became a revelation and I really enjoyed doing it, I enjoyed asking questions and being on the other side. I would love to continue Koki Puchega soon.”

Ravinder is a Journalism BA graduate. She has a strong passion for all things fashion, beauty, and lifestyle. She also likes to watch films, read books and travel.

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