- Kartik Aryan first look as Captain India.
- Ronnie Screwvala Statement.
Kartik Aaryan is good to go to feature Hansal Mehta’s next film Captain India in which he plays a pilot. The film is delivered by RSVP and Baweja Studios, and will purportedly return to ‘quite possibly the best rescue tasks in Indian history.
Kartik Aaryan’s first look from Captain India was uncovered on Friday where the entertainer was dressed as a pilot with his face taken cover behind the chief’s cap. The film is propelled by one of India’s fruitful rescue missions from a conflict-torn country, with Kartik as the pilot who drives the activity and presents model courage and boldness.
Kartik said in an explanation, “Captain India is inspiring and exciting in equivalent measure and it gives me extraordinary pride and honor to be a piece of a particularly noteworthy history of our country. I have enormous regard for Hansal Sir’s group of work and this was the ideal chance to team up with him.”
When a man goes beyond the call of duty 🇮🇳
With great pride and honour, we bring to you #CaptainIndia 🧑🏻✈️@mehtahansal sir 🙏🏻@RSVPMovies @bawejastudios @RonnieScrewvala #HarmanBaweja @soniakanwar22 @VickyBahri @sanchit421 @SanchitPD @karanmukeshvyas pic.twitter.com/Blkcqh35IX— Kartik Aaryan (@TheAaryanKartik) July 23, 2021
Hansal Mehta added, “Captain India which is propelled by evident occasions will return to a second in time where a man goes past his own conflict and enduring to save thousands. I’m glad to team up with Ronnie Screwvala and Harman Baweja on the film and I anticipate working with Kartik.”
Discussing the film says maker Ronnie Screwvala, “Captain India isn’t only an account of one of the greatest helpful activities ever yet in addition about the unstoppable human soul, one that transcends disappointment regardless of the chances. Hansal Mehta is probably the best movie producer within recent memory and has in every case flawlessly caught the genuine quintessence of compassionate stories. Kartik Aaryan’s fans are clearly in for a treat as he ventures into the all-new domain with ‘Captain India’.”