Actor Ayushmann Khurrana is our modern day hero. He has given us some very impressive and thought provoking movies. He keeps on pushing himself and keeps on experimenting with the types of movies he is being seen in or the types of roles he chooses to do.
He started with Vicky Donor and with his first movie itself he showed us what a good actor he is. Soon, we are going to see him in Andhadhun which also features Radhika Apte and Tabu. During a recent interview with a leading daily, he talked about his upcoming film and the challenges he faced while doing it.
He talked about why he picked SriRam Raghvan’s Andhadhun:
"It was a deliberate decision to move away from that space of doing slice-of-life films. I believe you don't have to change yourself with every film, establish yourself in a particular genre and then break the mould. If you are changing with every film then where is the surprise? You will get exhausted as an actor.”
He feels that this picture will be a game changer for him:
"I was ready to do this film as soon as possible. This film would be a game changer for me as I have been doing slice-of-life films and I have established myself in a particular genre successfully. I wanted to break that mould.”
Ayushmann also shared that it is important for an actor to own the character he is playing and the lines he is saying:
"One has to own that character and those lines. Whatever the body language is, you have to imbibe that for your role. It is a different zone. Acting in slice-of-life is easier than this as there was no reference point. Playing blind pianist was doubly challenging.”
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