Kartik Aaryan blackens his face asking for bad captions, gets funny reactions

Kartik Aaryan posts photo with Face Pack and asks fans for ‘bad legends’ (Photo credit: Instagram)

Actor Kartik Aaryan posted a photo to Instagram on Saturday and asked fans to mistakenly caption it. The image shows Kartik with a face mask. Next to the photo he wrote: “Bad captions only.”

The fans have some really funny things to say.

One of them wrote: “When mum says ki cow dunk is good for your face and you apply it, then she says it’s a prank.”

while another posted: “When parents say: Ladki wale dekhne aa rhe h.”

Actress Sophie Choudry wrote: “I’ve always loved masks.”

Meanwhile, in terms of work, Kartik will be seen in the movie “Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2” which also features Tabu and Kiara Advani. This is a sequel to the 2007 film “Bhool Bhulaiyaa”. It is expected to hit screens in November of this year.

He will also be seen in the movie “Dhamaka”, which will be released on an OTT platform.

Kartik recently made headlines for its controversial release of Karan Johar’s upcoming production “Dostana 2”.

Kartik Aaryan gave a Jurassic-level imagination to the marquee spirit on Sunday to demonstrate how the coronavirus enters the body if you don’t wear a mask.

In an Instagram photo posted by Kartik, he stands at an amusement park next to a dinosaur figurine, pretending to slide his head into the animal’s wide open jaws.

“Corona slips into unmasked faces like…” Kartik Aaryan wrote in the caption.

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