Ayushmann Khurrana has been in a very good space, professionally and personally. The actor featured on the cover of the Filmfare magazine where he spoke openly about the love of his life, his wife Tahira Kashyap.The 'Bareilly Ki Barfi' actor kept things honest when he said that had all his films been successful, his wife would have left him as he would have become a different person. He hinted at things changing between them post the success of his Bollywood debut ‘Vicky Donor’, as egos swell amid so much attention but he also admitted to coming back on track and finding the balance in life with the constant support of his wife who stuck with him through thick and thin.He also confessed to enjoying his huge female fan following which initially used to make Tahira jittery but is now accepted by her as a part of his artistic space.
Ayushmann Khurrana began his career by portraying a Delhi boy in 'Vicky Donor'. And after that, he did 'Bewakoofiyan' and 'Shubh Mangal Saavdhan' which were also set in Delhi.Now, he is back to Delhi to shoot his next film 'Badhaai Ho'. The actor loves the capital city for its culture, food and its warmth. According to a report, a source close to the actor revealed that Ayushmann loves the street food of Delhi. Though it is hard for him to go unnoticed; he does hope to enjoy some local food at his favourite places in Lajpat Nagar and Gole Market. A stroll around Lodhi gardens and shopping old books at Daryaganj is his love. Now that the actor is in town, he would find some time and take his unit to relish the taste of local life in the city.Talking about his schedule in the city Ayushmann reportedly said that it is like going back to home again for him. He feels that the winters in Delhi are poetic and the equation of his relationship with the city would be "different" this time. Elaborating further he said that it would be like seeing Delhi in a different light one more time.
When Ayushmann Khurrana spent time with LGBT communityGiven the charmer that he is, it is obvious that Ayushmann Khurrana makes girls swoon over him but it would be quite a revelation for you to know that even guys hit on this Chandigarh lad.In a report on Filmfare.com, the Dum Laga Ke Haisha actor has been quoted as saying that guys hit on him and that during his days in Chandigarh, a gay club once invited him for their party.A friend of Ayushmann, who was the college cricket team captain, was also invited for the do but he excused himself. Ayushmann too gave the party a miss thinking that he would be left out. However, he never minded hanging out with the members of the LGBT community in the canteen.
Ayushmann was always a well known face as he appeared in various television shows before, but it was his big Bollywood break with 'Vicky Donor' that got him the fame he enjoys today. We list down a few lesser known facts about the actor that we bet you didn't know before.
Ayushmaan Khurrana is a well known actor and a movie star today who is also applauded as a singer, but the dimpled boy started his journey with theatre. Ayushmann was the founder member of DAV College’s theatre groups "Aaghaaz" and "Manchtantra" in Chandigarh. Not just that, as a student he conceptualised and enacted in various street plays and also won awards for the same in national college festivals like Mood Indigo that is a famous IIT Bombay festival, Oasis in Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani and St. Bedes in Shimla.
After honing his dramatics skills with street plays, Ayushmann climbed up the ladder and tried his luck at a reality show on television. We all know about TV show host and actor Rannvijay Singh who is the face of Roadies today after he won the show's first season. But little do we know that actor Ayushmann Khurrana who participated in the show's second season, won the same as well. Ayushmann's TV career got a kick-start after he won 'Roadies 2' and was launched as a VJ.
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