‘Dhamaka’: First Look Reveals Kartik Aaryan in the ‘The Terror Live’ Remake!! Check It Out!!

Bollywood Hungama has exclusively informed Kartik Aaryan is teaming up with Neerja director, Ram Madhvani for the first time on a thriller. The film is reportedly a Hindi remake of the South Korean movie The Terror Live and Kartik will essay the role of a journalist.

Today, on his birthday, Kartik Aaryan shared the first look of his film and announced the title Dhamaka. In the first look, the actor is seen sporting long hair, dressed in a suit, looking outside the window as the bridge is burning. “Aaj mera Birthday hai ???? #DHAMAKA hona chahiye,” he captioned the motion poster.

“It’s a subject that Kartik loved in the first narration and instantly allotted his dates to Madhvani. It’s a different space for Kartik, who so far is synonymous with rom-coms, and he is all charged up to embark on this new journey. The film is a nail biting thriller, inspired by a Korean classic, however the details have been kept under wraps,” a source told Bollywood Hungama, adding further that the film will go on the floors in December for a quick marathon schedule of 45 to 50 days, thereby calling it a wrap. “In-fact, it will be ready before his already on floors films like Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 and Dostana 2. It will most probably release during summer 2021,” the source further told.

The Terror Live revolved around popular news journalist Yoon Young-Hwa but due to an unsavory incident works now as a radio show host. One day, a listener calls in to the radio program and states that “I will blow up the Mapodaegyo Bridge.” At first, the call is taken as a joke, but soon they realize it is real. The incident is then broadcast live on TV for the next 90 minutes. Yoon Young-Hwa believes this incident is his chance to get back to become a news journalist again.

 

via Bollywood Hungama

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