Ayushmann Khurrana says it is not easy for an outsider to find a place in Bollywood. The actor is glad that he got the right kind of support from the filmmakers, and has acknowledged that it pushes him to “deliver every single time”.
“It is not easy to be an outsider and find your feet in Bollywood. I feel that as an actor, I have been truly blessed that all my directors believed in me and trusted me with their films,” Ayushmann Khurrana told IANS over an email.
“I find their love and belief truly humbling and it pushes me to deliver every single time I face the camera. Secondly, it is the right kind of scripts that you choose, I’ve always believed that content is the king. There is a certain self-belief, an affirmation that my choices are working,” added the actor, who has been roped in as the brand ambassador of globally renowned watch brand Daniel Wellington.
The actor continued: “Most of my films, right from ‘Vicky Donor’ to ‘Badhaai Ho’ or my upcoming movies ‘Article 15’, ‘Dream Girl’ and ‘Bala’, have different subject lines and have unique concepts attached to them.”
After his stint on the small screen, Ayushmann entered the industry in the role of a sperm donor in 2012 with “Vicky Donor”. He faced the failures of “Nautanki Saala!”, “Hawaizaada” and “Bewakoofiyaan”. But he returned with a bang with “Dum Laga Ke Haisha” as a school dropout, who hesitantly marries an educated but overweight girl.
He continued his successful streak with “Bareilly Ki Barfi”, “Shubh Mangal Saavdhan”, “Badhaai Ho” and “AndhaDhun”. (IANS)
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