Entertainment News | “I never choose a film thinking about the number of conversations it will generate”: Ayushmann Khurrana


Bombay (Maharashtra) [India]Dec. 29 (ANI): Actor Ayushmann Khurrana, known for tackling sensitive issues and choosing movies with social messages, recently said he was “drawn to unique content, scripts that have to heart and soul “.

Ayushmann, who addressed the sensitive issue of transgender inclusiveness in his latest release ‘Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui’, said, ‘I’m drawn to unique content, scripts that have heart and soul, topics which I think are important to support. I never choose a movie thinking about how much conversation it will generate. I’m basically an artist who tries to entertain people with the best movies first. Generating a conversation is a byproduct of the quality of the script that presents itself to me. “

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The actor gained mass fame for choosing scripts that target societal change through highly entertaining cinema.

From ‘Vicky Donor’ to ‘Shubh Mangal Savdhan’ in which he boldly played the role of a man suffering from erectile dysfunction; Ayushmann chose challenging roles that proved his acting talent in showbiz.

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Speaking about choosing movies with serious take out, Ayushmann added, “I only choose one movie based on the storyline and what it has to offer the audience. It has to be fresh and new and s’ it can make people think and question things about our lives as we know, so that’s a bonus. People don’t come to see movies because they want to strike up a conversation. first for entertainment and then to discuss a specific message delivered to them in the freshest possible way. “

He also thanked the filmmakers, storytellers and screenwriters who are ready to take the plunge to say something new.

“Whatever I am today is also thanks to them, their hard work and their vision. So while I will continue to seek out the best scenarios, I also hope that I can always collaborate with the best minds in the world. Indian cinema, ”the 37-year-old actor said.

Ayushmann’s upcoming projects include ‘Anek’, ‘Doctor G’ and ‘Action Hero’. (ANI)

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