Here's Why Ayushmann Khurrana Is The Smartest Guy In B'Town Right Now When It Comes To Movie Choices
Actor, singer, writer, anchor -Ayushmann Khurrana is undoubtedly a man of many talents. And whatever he does, he is impeccable in it. Apart from his acting marvels, we all drool over his songs be it Paani da Rang or Nazm Nazm. And we recently discovered his writing skills after reading his tweets. This man is pure gold.
Currently in news for his outstanding performance in Andhadhun, Ayushmann marked his entry into the world of Bollywood with Vicky Donor in 2012. In his Bollywood career spanning 6 years so far, he has already starred in 9 movies with another underway. (Badhaai Ho).
But that's not what is interesting about him. If you observe closely, it's his unique movie choices that has left us impressed. In just 9 movies, he has played such varied characters that take other actors sometimes their entire film career.
When most debutants look for commercial and big banner film to kickstart their Bollywood journey, this guy chose the role of a sperm donor in the film Vicky Donor. And the film deservingly went on to win accolades and he was appreciated for his performance. It was an issue that no movie talked about earlier. With his easy charm and fun personality, he presented such an important issue in a convincing manner.
In his another flick, Dum Laga ke Haisha, the movie which dealt with arranged marriages and weight issues, Ayushmann was as natural as he could get. He isn't the typical superhero who would punch the villains and save his heroines. On the contrary, he is the small town vulnerable and real human who takes our hearts away with every next role.
With Shubh Mangal Saavdhan, he hit another high by taking up a role of the man with erectile dysfunction. An issue as taboo and challenging is this, Ayushmann presented the vulnerability of Mudit Sharma with finesse.
What's the best thing about him taking such issues is the fact that none of them were on the face serious movies. Ayushmann maintained his fun persona while giving out the message at the same.
His characters don't belong to rich, affluent families and metropolitan cities, they would generally be middle class guys from small towns of the country. He would fit so well in the characters that you'd wonder if he is acting after all.
Ayushmann Khurrana is definitely a breath of fresh air in- between superstars roaming in big cars romancing heroines in foreign locations. His connection to the roots makes him our own real people's superstar.