Ever since Ayushmann Khurrana made his debut in the industry with Vicky Donor, he has been winning hearts with each of his works. His fan base is ever-increasing with no hint of halt anytime soon. In addition, he has recently been added to the Times magazine list of 100 Most Influential People this year. This has added another feather to the star’s cap. His movies like Dream Girl, Badhai Ho, Bala and more diverted from the stereotypical movie storyline and brought a unique add-on to Bollywood. Ayushmann Khurrana’s father, Acharya P. Khurrana, in a recent interview to a media portal shared his overwhelming thoughts on the same. He is an astrologer and has written several books on the subject.
Ayushmann Khurrana’s Proud Father Reveals His Thoughts on Son’s Success:
Senior Khurrana shared, “Right from when he received a Filmfare Award forto featuring on the Time 100 most influential list, every time Ayushmann won, I had tears of happiness in my eyes. I have seen him struggle to fulfil his passion for acting.”
Talking about Ayushmann’s keen inclination towards acting, he said, “Ayushmann was inclined towards acting since childhood. When he was five years old, he was part of a Shakespearean play and since then he has been passionate about acting.”
Acharya Khurrana also talked about Ayushmann’s interest in forming acting groups and doing street plays. “While in college, he formed an acting group. He also used to do street plays in Sector 17 with his friends, and even though they were street plays they had a standard. Ayushmann also participated in college festivals and won awards,” he said remembering the old days.
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