Bollywood actor Kartik Aaryan, who was last seen in ‘Love Aaj Kal’ with Sara Ali Khan, is one in all most loved actors within the industry today. together with his incredible talent, the actor has made his thanks to the various hearts across the world. Like other celebs, Kartik is currently spending quality time with family amid lockdown. The actor is connected along with his fans over social media and is entertaining them with his quirky videos within the time of crisis. Meantime, fans are comparing Kartik Aaryan’s monologue from ‘Pyar Ka Punchnama’ with those of ‘Ramayan’ star Sunil Lahri’s.
Ever since 'Ramayan' has been telecast again on Doordarshan, since then there have been tremendous discussions on social media. All are building bridges of praise for 'Ramayana' and sharing old memories with it. At the same time, amidst all this, a video of actor Sunil Lahri playing the role of Laxman in the Ramayana is going viral. The video is being compared to the famous monologue of Bollywood actor Karthik Aryan, which he gave in the film 'Pyaar Ka Punchnama'. This video of Laxman is being described as much better than Karthik Aryan. Film
if you remember actor Karthik Aryan gave a monologue in 'Pyaar Ka Panchnama', which was well-liked. To date, many interviews and award shows have spoken to Karthik to repeat this monologue. In this monologue, Karthik was seen stating the problems in his life due to the girls.
At the same time, this monologue once again came into the discussion, which is being compared to Laxman's dialogue in 'Ramayana'. In this dialogue, Laxman recounts the talk of Lord Rama, in which he talks about taking the ordeal of Mother Sita.
Both of these monologues are the dialogues spoken by the same actor. One of which is about Mata Sita and the other is Karthik Aryan speaking about his girlfriend in the film. People on social media say that this dialogue of Laxman is much better than Karthik Aryan's monologue. Monologues of both are becoming quite viral on social media. One user told Laxman to be a really angry young man.