Ayushmann Khurrana, a trailblazer in Bollywood who takes risks by experimenting with different scripts, has completed a glorious decade in the film industry.
He made his debut in 2012 with the unconventional movie Vicky Donor which surpassed the expectations to become a superhit. Since then, he has starred in several films that raise social concerns and spark debate on sensitive topics.
Even though Ayushmann Khurrrana has kept choosing various roles, his movies are still a success at the box office. He has become a massive star and gained a loyal fanbase throughout his 10 years in the industry.
Here are some best works of Ayushmann Khurrana to celebrate his success:
Ayushmann plays a piano player named Akash, who gets entangled in a crime after witnessing the murder of a film actor. He tries to stay out of trouble by posing as a visually impaired human who could not have noticed the gruesome crime. His role in the movie garnered him a National Award for Best Actor.
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Ayushmann Khurrana portrays the role of a police officer who sets out to challenge the generations-old traditions, orthodoxy and discrimination practices concerning race, religion and caste. The movie is a true eye-opener and established Ayushmann as a serious actor in the industry.
3- Vicky Donor
Vicky Donor is Ayushmann Khurran’s debut movie that paves the way for his success. He portrays Vicky, a Punjabi guy who becomes a sperm donor. However, life takes a turn when he marries a Bengali girl, and he finds out that his wife is infertile. The movie skillfully articulates comedy and severe issues with utmost ease.
4- Dum Laga Ke Haisha
Ayushmann portrays Prem, a school dropout who reluctantly decides to marry an overweight but educated girl named Sandhya. The duo encounters struggle in their married lives due to non-existent feelings from Prem. However, a chance to participate in a race together brings the couple closer.
5- Badhaai Ho
Another unconventional movie that proved the mettle of Ayushmann Khurrana in Bollywood, Badhaai Ho, brings a sensitive issue to the core. This time he plays a guy whose mother gets pregnant when he thinks of marrying a girl. The film is a social comedy that hopes to counter the taboos in Indian society.