Chandu Champion's Kartik Aaryan recalls about life’s 'lowest point'!

Chandu Champion's Kartik Aaryan recalls about life’s 'lowest point'!
Kartik Aaryan is one of those B-town celebrities who rose to fame only as a result of their perseverance and hard work. Pyaar Ka Punchnama, his debut film, signaled his arrival and said he was here to stay. Having experienced both triumphs and setbacks in equal measure, he persisted in his efforts to get to this point.

The actor reminisced on a difficult period in his life when he was prepared to give up everything at a recent media chat.
Right now, everyone's eyes are on Kartik Aaryan, who is actively promoting his next film, Chandu Champion. The actor had talked about how difficult it was to play India's first gold medallist at the Paralympics, Murlikant Petkar, in previous interviews.
But what kept him going was his "champion mentality." To elaborate, he informed Raj Shamani that it's the capacity to persevere in the face of difficulty. The Pati Patni Aur Woh actor continued by recalling the period of time he spent filming Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety when his mother was receiving cancer treatment.
Calling it a ‘low phase’, he revealed, “Vo unka actual me cancer ka phase that and vo mai isliye bhi bol raha hu kyunki that was the lowest point in my life and vo mere shoot k time ho raha tha. Meri sabse important film life ki (Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety) vo uske time chal raha tha. (Her cancer phase was the lowest point in my life. That was happening during the shoot of the most important movie of my life.)”
Kartik Aaryan continued by saying that he was unsure of the best way to get to work at the time. However, there existed a persistent mindset. In addition to working, his mother was receiving chemotherapy every day.
“I think vo mera worst time that life ka. But tab agar mere pass never-give-up attitude nhi hota toh shayad se mai give up kar diya hota. Mai sab kuch chorne k liye ready tha. (That was the worst phase of my life. But then if I didn’t have the never-give-up attitude then I would have given up. I was ready to leave it all)” He expressed his opinion and added that his mother had asked him to carry on working.


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