Kartik Aaryan to be honoured at Indian Film Festival of Melbourne

Some of his blockbuster hits like Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 will also be screened
In Frame: Kartik Aaryan
In Frame: Kartik Aaryan

Bollywood actor Kartik Aaryan will be honoured with the Rising Global Superstar of Indian Cinema award at the annual awards Gala night of the 14th Indian Film Festival of Melbourne on August 11. The award will be presented by the Governor of Victoria, recognising Kartik's remarkable achievements and his significant impact on the world of Indian cinema.

Kartik said, "I am deeply honoured and grateful to the Victorian government and the festival for this prestigious award and humbled to be celebrated at the 14th Indian Film Festival of Melbourne. It is a tremendous privilege to receive this recognition for my work in Indian cinema. I have always believed in the power of storytelling and the ability of films to touch hearts and inspire minds. I look forward to celebrating the magic of cinema together."

The festival celebrates the diversity and richness of Indian cinema, showcasing the talent and creativity of Indian filmmakers to a global audience. Moreover, as part of the celebration, the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne will showcase multiple screenings of Kartik's films including his recent success Satyaprem Ki Katha and blockbuster Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, which emerged as the biggest Hindi film of 2022. 

Commenting on this momentous occasion, the festival director, Mitu Bhowmick Lange said: "We are thrilled to celebrate Kartik Aaryan at the 14th Indian Film Festival of Melbourne. He is much-loved worldwide, especially in Australia and the diversity of his performances is very admirable."

"His contributions to Indian cinema in the young generation have been exceptional. We are excited to honour him with the Rising Global Superstar Of Indian Cinema award and looking forward to host him at the event," Mitu added.

The 14th Indian Film Festival of Melbourne will take place from August 11 to August 20, 2023. The festival promises to be a spectacular celebration of Indian cinema and culture, offering over 100 films in 20 languages, discussions, and events for film enthusiasts and the wider community.

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