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Kartik Aaryan loses way while driving in the hills of Panchgani, excited cops ask for selfie before helping

One of the most successful and humble actors among the young ones, Kartik Aaryan enjoys a massive fan following. In return, Kartik also never disappoints them and is often seen clicking selfies or even interacting with them. The actor is currently shooting for his upcoming film 'Freddy' in Panchgani where he lost his way while driving in the hills. Fortunately, he found few cops to help him out but his stardom is such that before helping the actor, the policemen were seen taking selfies with the actor. In the video, which is now going viral on social media, Kartik could be seen sitting inside a car looking all clueless about where to go, when suddenly a couple of policemen came across his car. Surprisingly, instead of helping the actor, the policemen requested him for few selfies. While taking selfies, they even asked the actor if he is getting late for the shoot, to which Kartik responded in a very humble manner as he laughed it off and said 'no'. As soon as the video made its way to social media, several netizens rushed to the comment section and praised the actor for his humble attitude. While one of the users wrote, ' Well, he is a down-to-earth human that is simple to do for your fans /fellow human', the other one wrote, '@kartikaaryan cutest'. Earlier, also, Kartik shared an adorable video where he is seen grooving with his cute little fan and captioned it as, 'Small moments that make you feel grateful'. Meanwhile, talking about the film, Freddy is being helmed by Shashank Ghosh and also features Alaya F in the pivotal role. Talking about his other upcoming projects, Kartik has multiple films in the pipeline. While his fans are waiting to see him in the much-awaited film 'Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2', he will also be starring in films like Ram Madhvani’s 'Dhamaka', Sameer Vidwans’s 'Satyanarayan Ki Katha' and Hansal Mehta’s 'Captain India'.

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