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Kartik Aaryan 2023 resolution is to travel.

Kartik Aaryan, who is currently on vacation in London, has uploaded several photos and videos
Kartik Aaryan, who is currently on vacation in London, has uploaded several photos and videos from his album on Instagram. Along with the photographs, he shared his 2023 resolution

Kartik Aaryan is out and about in London.

New Delhi: Kartik Aaryan, who is currently on vacation in London, has uploaded several photos and videos from his album on Instagram. Along with the photographs, he shared his 2023 resolution, which is not about job but about vacation. “More and More Travel… that is my 2023 resolution,” he wrote. The first image is of him taking a mirror selfie, which is followed by photographs showing him touring London, interacting to fans, and eating excellent cuisine. Soon after he published the image, his followers swamped the comments area with heart and fire emoticons.

Take a look at these:

On January 1, Kartik Aaryan posted a photo of himself standing with his arms wide extended with the caption, “1.1.23 (heart emoji) Lets Embrace and Conquer 2023.”

Later, he posted a video of himself riding aboard a train with the caption “Paris to London.” Check out the following post:

Kartik Aaryan was in Paris before travelling over to London. Check out these images from his Paris diaries:

Meanwhile, Kartik Aaryan had a successful year at work, as both his flicks, Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 and Freddy, were well-received by audiences. He was also lauded for his performances in both flicks. This year, he will appear in two films: Shehzada, starring Kriti Sanon, and Satyaprem Ki Katha, starring Kiara Advani. Shehzada will be released in theatres on February 10, followed by Satyaprem Ki Katha on June 29.

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