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

After a superhit trailer, the first song from Dhamaka was unveiled, and it’s an inspirational song titled Khoya Paaya, starring Kartik Aaryan. Feeling with his intense eyes, the song video Kartik sees in monochrome, while he sings along to the beautiful lyrics.

One of the best and most inspiring compositions of the 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 number, while Ravi Varman has shot it.

With ‘Dhamakedaar’ scenes and dialogues combined with hard-hitting and inspiring singing even now, Kartik Aaryan is ready to shine in the film by looking. The actor will be seen as a news reporter in the film, and with this he is trying something he has not done before. The film is one of the most anticipated films this year, all of which are ready to be released on the OTT platform on November 19th. It looks pretty promising from all the content that has been released so far.

In addition, 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 played. In fact, I am a very arrogant person, so when I made a few of mine previous films, which were in the rom-com area, I felt a little more comfortable.However, Dhamaka pushed me to expand my boundaries as an actor.I play the role of journalist, so my preparation had definitely increased and became more detailed.I studied the lives of news reporters and watched various documentaries to gain a better understanding.It was also during the lockdown so it gave me time to get deep into this character.Arjun’s character is layered and intense so I really worked to live him at all possible ways. “

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