- Tag results for Ayushmann Khurrana
The movie has been embraced by the audience for its sensitive handling of a subject not often talked about in cinema, as well as for its gripping dialogues
However, with the weekdays ahead, it remains to be seen whether it will turn out to be a lifetime biz and if the film will be big a hit or not.
Ayushmann, who made his debut with Vicky Donor in 2012, has featured in several slice-of-life films, including Dum Laga Ke Haisha and Shubh Mangal Savdhan.
His first thriller "Andhadhun", directed by Sriram Raghavan, is the best reviewed film and he has followed it up with "Badhaai Ho", which is garnering positive response.
Amit Ravindernath Sharma’s upcoming film, Badhaai Ho, is a quirky comedy about a middle-aged couple’s sudden return to the pudding club.
The 35-year-old, who dealt with sexual harassment in childhood, revealed her #MeToo story via a long post on Twitter.
Back in 2012, he made his debut in Bollywood as an actor and a singer with the film "Vicky Donor", for which he crooned "Pani da rang".
It’s a funny take on the situation in Ayushmann’s family, when his elderly parents are set to welcome a third child in the family.
The film is profusely thrilling, stringing together ingenious set-pieces and populating them with wry, dubious characters.
For most of its length, "Andhadhun" functions so efficiently that we put the cause and its effects on hold and go with the action.
Ayushmann Khurrana is finally ready to break his mould and surprise us with his mysterious blind pianist act in AndhaDhun.
The actor says he realised that 'Aandhadun' offered him the perfect opportunity to break away from the image of playing a middle-class boy.
On September 22, Tahira revealed that she has been detected with pre-invasive breast cancer.
In an optimistic Instagram post, Tahira said she was "detected with DCIS (ductal carcinoma in situ) in my right breast with high grade malignant cells".
The actor, who has cemented his standing in the industry by featuring in middle-of-the-road films such as "Vicky Donor", "Dum Laga Ke Haisha" says not playing safe has worked in his favour.