Kartik Aaryan’s 'Shehzada' Trailer Gets A Positive Nod From Fans
Kartik Aaryan’s ‘Shehzada’ Trailer Garners Rave Reviews

He’s back!

Given the success of Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, it’s certain that lofty expectations were pinned on actor Kartik Aaryan and his latest offering, Shehzada. The trailer of the film has been released today and is slated for a theatrical release on February 10, 2023. Directed by Rohit Dhawan, the film features Kriti Sanon, Paresh Rawal, Manisha Koirala, Sachin Khedekar, and Ronit Roy in the cast.


This film is a Hindi remake of Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo, where Allu Arjun was paired opposite actress Pooja Hedge. The movie also featured Tabu, Murali Sharma, and Govind Padmasoorya in the cast. The Telegu original turned out to be commercially successful, as it was reportedly made on budget of Rs. 100 Cr. and saw a return collection of Rs. 262-280 Cr.  at the BO.

Coming back to Shehzada, the storyline follows the life of Bantu (Aaryan), a young man who harbors father wounds. Years passed, only for Bantu to discover a truth that changes his life forever. Turns out, he wasn’t living with his real parents all along. This truth staring right at him makes the distraught man set out on a journey — to find his parents and roots.


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Shehzada‘s filming in October 2021, in and around Mumbai. Soon after, the next schedule was shot at various places across Delhi and Mauritius and wrapped up in January 2023.  


In an interview, Aaryan averred how many people thought that he wouldn’t be able to pull off Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2. “It was also being said that I will not be able to pull off the song Hare Ram Hare Ram but I did pull it off. During the shoot itself, I knew that we had cracked it (the song) perfectly. During the film’s making, I told the makers that it (Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2) will register 150 crores. The fact that the movie went on to cross 200 crores is another story. It took me to the top. Filmmakers started believing that I can carry their films on my shoulders. I increased my promotion efforts. A rebellious attitude had been ingrained in me. I had lost sleep and became an insomniac. I flew off to umpteen cities so that the film reached to every part of the country,” says Aaryan. 

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