Kartik Aaryan and Sara Ali Khan pose for photograph during the launch of 'Love Aaj Kal' in Mumbai.
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After treating fans and followers with hilarious videos where he features with his sister, Bollywood actor Kartik Aaryan has finally shared a glimpse of his "Bae"!
Kartik took to Instagram, where he shared a still from a film. In the photograph he is seen lying in a chaarpayi with a camera over him.
He captioned it: "Missing this cutie #Bae (camera icon)"
The reference, of course, being to the fact that the actor is missing shooting films. Facing the camera, after all, comes before anyone else for Kartik.
On Tuesday, the actor urged all COVID-19 survivors in the country to donate their blood plasma for the recovery of those who are battling the pandemic. He even reposted a video of Sumiti Singh, who is the first COVID-19 survivor. She is seen donating her blood plasma.
He even shared two funny TikTok videos of himself with his sister Kritika.
In one video, Kartik can be seen nibbling at his chapati and clearly hates it. He then moves towards his sister, holds her by the braid and turns her around.
In the other, he got pranked by Kritika and got a tight slap
On the film front, Kartik will next be seen in "Dostana 2" and "Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2".
Bollywood actress Amrita Rao decided to forgo rent of her tenants from March to July, because they are stuck in the lockdown and facing financial crisis.
From Katrina Kaif, Kartik Aaryan, Malaika Arora to Nargis Fakhri are making the best use of self-quarantine period by doing fun indoor activities and helping with some household chores.
Amid the lockdown, superstar Salman Khan is spending his time away from the city at his farmhouse in Panvel, and is doing all he can do to aid the fight against coronavirus.
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