“I See Kar­tik Aaryan As My Friend, Not My Com­pe­ti­tion.”

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Best known for his role as Titu, the Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety star sunnY sinGh shares his ex­pe­ri­ence with Aarushi Bhard­waj about be­ing a part of the 100 crore film, his fu­ture plans, ri­valry with co-ac­tor Kar­tik Aryan, love and more.

Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety was a big suc­cess, what have you been up to since then? The best part is that I’m shoot­ing non-stop after that. That is only be­cause of Mr. Luv Ran­jan who al­ways be­lieves in us. We have an as­so­ci­a­tion from the last eight years and he’s more like an el­der brother to me, Kar­tik and even Nushrat at the same time be­cause we’ve been work­ing for

a long time and we know each other well. About Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety, we knew it was go­ing to be a hit but yeh nahi pata tha ki it will be a 100 crore movie. When you have suc­cess you don’t re­alise it, but when you have a fail­ure, it hits you a lot more and you know it’s not hap­pen­ing for you. But now I’m do­ing projects. I’ve shot two al­ready, two-three are still in the process so it’s been good and I’m look­ing for­ward ki aise aur 100 crore films banti rahe

We’ve seen you on screen with Kar­tik Aaryan and Nushrat Bharucha in many films, should we ex­pect this to be the ‘golden trio’ in the fu­ture? You can say that (laughs) you never know, you should ask Luv Ran­jan about this be­cause he’s the best per­son to ask ki aap same same log ko kyu lete ho, I think unko hum zyada hi pasand hai. And it’s also be­cause when you have a teacher and you are his stu­dent and you give in your 100%, toh woh bhi dekhte hai ki aap kaise karte ho. It’s also about the amount of ef­forts you put into your work and how hard you’re will­ing to work. So our team has al­ways been ex­tremely hard­work­ing in that sense.

This was your third movie un­der Luv Ran­jan so did you no­tice a dif­fer­ence in the movie it­self and the de­gree of suc­cess it got? Yes, def­i­nitely. There was a big dif­fer­ence, which was the script.

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