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Ayushmann Khurrana entered Bollywood very unexpectedly but with his very first movie, he proved that he is not here to do what everyone is doing. He is not the hero who fights ten guys to protect his girl but he is the guy next door, who makes mistakes, falls in love and battles with everyday demons and struggles.


He doesn’t want to look the hero on screen who saves everyone, he wants to do movies where the story is the hero and showcases an issue which is never presented and should be talked about. He started his Bollywood journey with Vicky Donor that made India open their eyes towards the subject of sperm donation. The movie was not only funny but also educational and realistic. Ayushmann became a part of our lives by portraying the character of a Delhi guy.


This movie also bought into light other important issues like single parents, widow remarriage and divorce in Indian society.


With his other movie Dum Laga Ke Haisha, Ayushmann bought forward the struggles of arranged marriage. His performance as a simple small town guy was commendable. With his body language and his subtle expressions, Ayushmann convinced the audience that he the guy that he is playing on screen.


Indian society closes their eyes when it comes to certain topics, erectile dysfunction is one of them. But Ayushmann Khurrana didn’t shy away with this issue and was ready to portray it through his film Shubh Mangal Saavdhan. While many actors refuse to play characters where their masculinity is being questioned, Ayushmann went forward because he knows as an actor it is his responsibility to aware the audience as well.


The movie very smartly showed the problem. Instead of showing a serious problem very seriously, the movie used humour to showcase this issue.


Shubh Mangal Saavdhan, Bareilly Ki Barfi, Dum Laga Ke Haisha, in all these films he played the role of a small town guy but you won’t ever confuse Mudit with Chirag or Chirag with Prem Prakash Tiwari. And that is the sign of a good actor.


Ayushmann has established it by now that he is a talented actor but what makes us happy is his choice of films. Keep doing what you are doing Ayushmann, we definitely need good movies like yours.


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