5 films of Ayushmann Khurrana which gave a boost to Bollywood movies


2018 saw the release of the darkly humorous crime thriller Andhadhun in Hindi. The film, which is directed by Sriram Raghavan, is about manipulation, deceit, and deception.

The protagonist Akash (Ayushmann Khurrana) and his daily battles to persuade everyone that he is blind are at the center of the story. With many twists and turns, Andhadhun is a masterfully crafted film with excellent acting. This satirical crime thriller will grip you from start to finish with its gripping plot. Both critics and audiences praised Khurrana and Tabu’s performances in the movie.

2.Vicky Donor

Ayushmann Khurrana played a sperm donor in his feature debut. With the help of the movie, Khurrana became a rising star and broke down barriers. Vicky Arora is a Punjabi boy living in Delhi without a job. Annu Kapoor’s character, Baldev Chaddha, convinces him to donate his sperm in order to get quick money.

The movie won the National Film Award for Best Popular Film Offering Wholesome Entertainment at the 60th National Film Awards.

3.Dum Laga Ke Haisha

Hindi-language romantic comedy drama Dum Laga Ke Haisha was also released in the US under the title My Big Fat Bride. Ayushmann Khurrana plays Prem Prakash Tiwari, a youthful proprietor of a video cassette store in the Haridwar local market. His father desires that he wed Sandhya, an intelligent but plump girl (Bhumi Pednekar). Prem, a school dropout, is forced to marry her even though he doesn’t like her.

The overweight spouse of Ayushmann Khurrana’s reticent, unlikeable husband was portrayed by Bhumi Pednekar. The group and their narrative captivated the audience. For Best Feature Film in Hindi, the movie received a National Film Award nomination.

4.Shubh Mangal Savadhan

Khurrana’s character Mudit Sharma develops feelings for Sugandha. They decide to get married after he realizes that she feels the same way. They have an intimate moment one day before getting married. Prior to anything occurring, they run into an issue. Mudit has trouble getting an erection. They consistently fail in their attempts to solve the problem. Mudit makes the decision to end the marriage as the wedding day draws closer. Sugandha, though, doesn’t back down.

5. Bareilly Ki Barfi

Kriti Sanon’s character Bitti is not interested in marrying any old man. She’s looking for someone who will accept her as she is and who can relate to her. She buys a book at a train station one day and finds herself identifying so strongly with the girl in the book that she sets out to track down the author. Ayushmann Khurrana portrays Chirag Dubey, a man with a printing press. When Bitti approaches him in search of the author, he puts her in touch with the writer, Pritam Virodhi, via letters. However, as the story progresses, many details are contradicted, making things difficult to understand.

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