kartik aaryan: Lucky dog: Video of Kartik Aaryan’s pet dog Katori in Rs 3.73 crore McLaren GT goes viral

The McLaren GT supercar is one of multiple luxury cars owned by actor Kartik Aaryan. This is a unique car in Kartik Aaryan’s collection. Bhusan Kumar offered it after the success of the movie Bhool Bhulaiya 2.

Around this time, photos of the actor with the car donated by the T-series owner and producer went viral. Now a video of Kartik Aaryan with the supercar is going viral again.

‘Katori’ on the roof:

However, the star in this photo is someone else. Kartik’s pet dog can be seen sitting on the roof of the car in the photo.

The actor himself shared the video as a reel on Instagram, where his pet dog can be seen sitting on the roof of his McLaren GT. The video was shared with a caption in which the actor said ‘Spoilt Kid Katori Aaryan’ wouldn’t let him go to work.

The video has now gone viral on Instagram with over 1.2 million views and thousands of comments.

Karthik Aarayan is one of the most followed Indian celebrities on Instagram. He has over 26 million fans on Instagram and most of his posts garner thousands of views. Recently, the actor completed the first program of his upcoming movie “Satyaprem Ki Katha”. Aaryan took to his Instagram page and posted a brief video which shows the film crew cutting a cake after finishing the first show.

“And on Dussehra Day, a hectic but fun month-long program with the most exuberant team in #SatyaPremKiKatha comes to an end!! with lots of celebrations and mini Garba,” the actor wrote in the caption.

The gifted McLaren GT is an entry-level supercar from the British automaker. The ex-showroom price is Rs 3.73 crore. The car offers wide customization choices like any sports car or supercar which increases the cost of the vehicle.

A 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 petrol engine powers the brightly colored car owned by Kartik Aaryan. The car develops a maximum torque of 640 Nm and 611 hp.

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