‘Fanception’: Kartik Aryan goes down on his knees for a female fan amidst loud cheer

Kartik Aaryan kisses the girl's hand and then gives her a hug while down on his knees. When the crowd sees Aaryan's action, they go crazy and enthusiastically applaud him.

Kartik Aaryan receives a lot of affection from his fans, and he makes it a point to thank them and express his gratitude to them. He drops down on his knees sometimes to thank them for their adoration, and other times he publishes Instagram images to thank them for their admiration.

At least, he accomplished the latter before COVID, when public appearances were common and live performances were possible. On Saturday, he posted a video of himself on stage chatting with his followers.

The Instagram video shows him dancing with a girl on stage during a live performance — likely a college gig — in an auditorium. In the backdrop, the song "Photo" from his film Luka Chuppi plays. He gets down on his knees at one point and kisses the girl's hand before hugging her. When the crowd sees Aaryan's action, they go crazy and enthusiastically applaud him.  See video here.

He captioned the video,"Is it called Fanception because I'm a Fan of my Fans? Can keep going forever just for this feeling," 

His Instagram followers responded positively to the video.

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One user with a weepy smiley wrote, "Jo bechare ab college nahi jate unko kese miloge aap... vo bhi is Covid time main," 

Another fan wrote, "@kartikaaryan you are looking handsome in this video and I am in shock to see that video.. lots of love from your biggest fan.’’

Another wrote: "Yarrrrr Hume kb mauka milega." A user wittily quipped: "No but the way id kill to be that girl right there?!!?" 

On the work front, the actor is anticipating the release of a handful of films. Kartik will next be seen in "Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2," in which he will co-star with Tabu and Kiara Advani. The film is a sequel to "Bhool Bhulaiyaa," which was released in 2007. He's also working on the film "Dhamaka," which will be released on an OTT platform.