Back home in Chandigarh, when Ayushmann initially declared that he needs to be an actor, his loved ones mocked him, his granny even slapped him. Some idea he was excessively lean, making it impossible to be an actor while some turned him down at tryout saying he had too thick eyebrows.
However, independent of the considerable number of misfortunes, the youthful fellow clutched his fantasy beyond all doubt. Also, whaddya know, one fine day he staggered everybody with his charming execution in the outstanding film Vicky Donor.
Ayushmann Khurrana, who began his career as a radio jockey is a great example of somebody who seeks after their enthusiasm with so much confidence that fortune and achievement will undoubtedly take after.
Silver screen left an impact on him while he was only a small 4-year-old tot, watching the group cheer for Madhuri Dixit in the film Tezaab in a film lobby, as far back as he has been dazzled by the interesting universe of films.
Today the Dum Laga Ke Haisha actor is experiencing his fantasy as well as made an imprint for himself with his mark style, which is a blend of the boy next door charm and a free soul profound voice.
However, as we Know, to break into the huge terrible universe of Bollywood is not a cakewalk. Originating from Chandigarh, Ayushmann was untouchable with no Godfathers to help him get a foothold in the business. Yet, achievement goes to the people who are resolved and driven by energy. The Khurrana kid too had the energy to conquer every one of the obstacles and there was literally nothing that could have ceased him from understanding his fantasies.
Unnecessary, to say Ayushmann’s motivating excursion to filmdom is absolutely deserving of being in a book. Dancing, reality shows, singing, acting, radio shows, assisting the director, composing, he has done it all, till he at long last got his huge break in Vicky Donor, Shoojit Sircar’s rom-com show.
He did his first reality show when he was seventeen — the ‘Channel [V] Popstars‘, after two years he took an interest in ‘MTV’s Roadies‘ and won, however, went back home to finish his education.
It was some place in 2007 when Ayushmann set out upon his adventure to understand his fantasy of turning into an actor, however, films escaped him until 2012. Difficulties were in wealth. Like first off, individuals berated him by letting him know all kind of things. Some said his eyebrows were too thick, others said his pronunciation was excessively Punjabi.
Yet, Ayushmann combats each test with a grin. The trap here is to continue taking a look at the master plan and not timid far from anything that comes to your direction. So before films happened, Ayushmann even did a couple of regular saas-bahu serials to survive.
Dharma films turned him down. He didn’t get the chance to discuss KJo as Karan’s office obtusely let him know that they just worked with stars.
However, Ayushmann didn’t let any of these scenes dispirited him. He continued functioning as an RJ, TV host and kept trying out for roles at the same time. He even strove for a supporting part in Dharma production‘s I Hate Luv Storys. However, he kept on confronting dismissals until one fine day Shoojit Sircar who was searching for a new face detected his Vicky given in him. The rest we know is history.
The film was a hit as was Ayushmann, who enchanted everybody as a sperm Donor furthermore demonstrated to every one of his detractors that he had the ability in him to wind up an actor. That year he packed away more than 15 different awards at different award shows.
The actor who did films like Bewakoofiyaan and Hawaizaada might not have accomplished a megastar status (he ain’t a long way from it, however) yet he positively demonstrates that achievement goes to the people who aren’t anxious about pursuing their fantasies energetically.
Energy certainly pays!!!