The entrance song for Satyaprem Ki Katha, performed by Kartik Aaryan, cost a significant sum of money.
According to sources, Satyaprem Ki Katha’s producer Sajid Nadiadwala and director Sameer Vidwans spent a fortune on the complex song that Kartik Aaryan recently finished filming for. Kartik will appear in the movie through the song, and four sets were made to fulfill the scene.
Kartik plays Satyaprem in the musical love story, and Kiara Advani plays Katha. It is being directed by Sameer Vidwans, a Marathi filmmaker who has won national awards and is being produced by Sajid Nadiadwala, who supported Kartik during his most trying period.
Regarding the entrance song, it is reportedly a dream sequence in which Satyaprem, played by Kartik Aaryan, imagines having his wedding in various ways. And as a result, the price of filming this song increased dramatically. Kartik gave his all during the enjoyable song’s choreography by Bosco-Martis.
Sameer and producer Sajid Nadiadwala were reportedly undecided about it because it was such a pricey occasion, costing close to Rs 7 crore. They made the decision to proceed since Kartik insisted on it. The main character of the story, Satyaprem, longs for marriage and fantasizes about getting hitched.
The background of the Christian event is inspired by the atmosphere of Santorini, Greece, and the story continues. A mohalla was made for the Gujarati shaadi, and for the south Indian wedding, enormous copies of well-known southern temples were built. The banquet hall is where the Muslim weddings are held.
Kartik Aaryan was too interested in the recording of his entrance song, and a source close to the project also claimed that he thoroughly loved the shoot. Originally known as Satyanarayan ki Katha, it received a lot of negative feedback. The movie’s name was changed to avoid any potential future controversy.