New Delhi, July 27
Ayushmann Khurrana isn’t a way actor, and doesn’t wish to take his characters again house. The actor says he likes to discover new issues with out placing undue stress on himself.
Ayushmann launched into his Bollywood journey with offbeat roles, occurring to change into a poster boy of unconventional movies and Bollywood’s most unconventional hit machine.
When the actor entered Hindi movies with Shoojit Sircar’s “Vicky Donor” in 2012, he immediately received hearts together with his allure and witty display presence. He has been a part of tales about flaws and imperfections and has delivered back-to-back hits whereas displaying off his versatility as an actor.
Asked if his characters stick with him after work, Ayushmann mentioned he can “switch on and switch off” with ease.
“I am not a method actor. I switch on and switch off very easily. So, I never take my characters back home,” Ayushmann advised IANS.
“To evolve more as a person, I need to just move on and explore new things and learn new things. Of course, there are certain films like ‘Article 15’ or ‘AndhaDhun’. For ‘AndhaDhun’, I started taking piano lessons, so that was an evolution for me. For ‘Article 15’, I got aware about the caste system in India. So that was again, a kind of learning for me. In ‘Gulabo Sitabo’, more than the character, it was the learning experience with Mr. Amitabh Bachchan and Shoojit Sircar,” he added.
He may be touted as Bollywood’s hit machine, however he refrains from taking pressures from the expectations.
“The pressure is always there, but at the same time I enjoy whatever I’m a part of. I really enjoy the process and I don’t put undue pressure on myself. I don’t have to change myself with every film. As I’ve said earlier, I can wait for the right script for that,” mentioned the actor, who began his journey on the small display.
“The only pressure is churning out great content,” he added.
Ayushmann was not too long ago seen within the Amitabh Bachchan co-starrer “Gulabo Sitabo”. The Shoojit Sircar directorial, which was scheduled to get a theatrical launch, premiered on Amazon Prime Video in June as cinema halls stay shut amid the continued Covid-19 pandemic.
“The biggest challenge was to face the legend (Amitabh Bachchan). It was a very internal challenge, apart from that the external challenges was the heat,” mentioned the actor whereas trying again on the making of the movie.–IANS