Date: 2018-09-13 14:01:17
Every struggling actor dreams of a career the likes of that of Ayushmann Khurrana who made it big in the Bollywood on his own with no godfather figure to back him up. He belongs from an average middle-class Punjabi family and was brought up in Chandigarh where he received his education. He was a born charmer who dabbled not only in acting but also in singing.
He not only impressed the audience with his acting skills but also made an impact with his soulful songs which touched the distant chords of the heart of millions of youth in India. From a very young age, he was an enthusiastic performer. He started his TV journey at a very young age when he won Roadies 2 in 2004. This made him a sensation amongst the youth but he opted the long way to stardom and decided to pursue a degree in mass communication from Punjab University.
While pursuing his degree, he didn't let his passion for acting fizzle out but continued doing theatre side by side. He started various theatre groups in his university which are still thriving. He went on to win many prizes in street plays and even made some of them up.
Throughout his life, he met with many naysayers who didn't believe in his dream of becoming an actor as much as he did. His own parents and teachers were skeptical of his dreams and never fully supported him. Their disbelief was rooted in the fact that a middle-class boy from Chandigarh cannot make it into Bollywood lest become an actor.
His passion for acting, however, made him want to continue forward, taking the road very less travelled, hoping he cracks into the cold and hostile shell of Bollywood. He had a voice and face that could charm and win hearts. With his soothing voice he made a name for himself while radio jockeying for Big FM, Delhi. After this stint, he did a show with MTV 'Maan Na Maan, mein tera Ayushmann'. We now could see his charming personality coupled with his melodious voice on TV screens.
He went and then established himself as an anchor and did a lot of reality shows and gained widespread recognition. He finally gained his big ticket to Bollywood with Shoojit Sircar's Vicky Donor which gained commercial and critical success both.
Ayushmann was stellar in this movie and his looks as a local Delhiite boy fitted quite well with Vicky. He did justice to his role and also went and sang the song Paani Da Rang which was an instant hit amongst the youth.
He is married to his childhood crush Tahira Kashyap. They both met at a very young age during their tuition classes and developed a crush for each other which they never admitted. This started a long passion that resulted in two kids and a happy family. Tahira is Ayushmann's biggest critic and is constantly supporting him.
His story is that of inspiration about how hard work coupled with talent always payoffs. Many people come to Mumbai with big dreams about becoming an actor but only a few are able to see it come true. It is in true sense of word hostile to outsiders with no godfather figure to help them out. Ayushmann Khurrana, however, is an exception to this rule and continues to stun the audience with his refined acting skills. Now, he has reached heights of success and have two movies Badhaai ho and Andha Dun ready for release.
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