Fans cannot stop gushing about Kartik Aaryan's crossover edit with Vidya Balan's Amije Tomar
Last Updated: 11.07 AM, Jun 03, 2022
Kartik Aaryan has been receiving a lot of praise from all quarters for his performance in his latest release, Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2. The film, which has got one of the biggest openings of the year, also has a highlight in the form of a dance sequence during the film's climax, which has left many impressed.
Taking to his social media handle, Kartik Aaryan shared a fan-made edit of his inspiration, Vidya Balan's performance on Amije Tomar in the first part of the Bhool Bhulaiya along with a crossover of his dance performance on the Arijit Singh rendition of the song in part 2.
He captioned it, "This has my heart !!Was terribly nervous to perform on the epic #AmijeTomar Hope i was able to live up @balanvidya Mam ❤️ @chinnilaljayaprakash 🙏🏻#BhoolBhulaiyaa2 in Theatres !!"
Ever since the actor shared the video on his Instagram handle, it has been going viral. Vidya Balan's performance of Amije Tomar was the highlight of Bhool Bhulaiyaa in the first part.
Fans haven't been able to stop raving about this crossover as many dropped comments like, "Best performances ever!!!!", "AH U KILLED IT 🔥🥳", "I'm so proud of you ❤️🤗", "Kartik Aaryan, the male Manjulika👻", "Love this so so much ❤️ Vidya X Kartik 🔥🙌❤️", "You were shining in this epic song😍😍🔥🔥❤️", "Damnnnn this combo🔥❤️", "The best crossover ever❤️🔥🤌🏻🔥🙌", "You Legend fr", "K you just killed this scene. The tandav goshh Goosebumps performance!" "The best performance of your career❤️" and many more including Warda Khan Nadiadwala's "🔥🔥🔥simply brilliant".
Bhool Bhulaiyaa, which released in 2007, is the remake of the Malayalam psychological thriller, Manichitrathazhu (1993) which starred Mohanlal, Shobana and Suresh Gopi. The film was remade in Tamil as Chandramukhi (2005), Kannada as Apthamithra (2004) and Bengali as Rajmohol (2005) as well.
Kartik Aaryan also has in his kitty, films like Shehzada, Captain India, Freddy and Sajid Nadiadwala's untitled film.