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Ayushmann Khurrana

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Ayushmann Khurrana born Nishant Khurrana is an Indian actor, singer and television host. Known for his portrayal of an ordinary man who often fights against social norms, he has won several awards, including the National Film Award and four Filmfare Awards, and has appeared on Forbes India's Celebrity 100 2013 and 2019 lists. Time magazine named him one of the following: The 100 most influential people in the world in 2020.

Ayushmann Khurrana was born on September 14, 1984 in Chandigarh as Poonam and Nishant Khurrana in P. Khurrana. His parents changed his name to Ayushmann Khurrana when he was 3 years old. He was a member of Guru Nanak Khalsa College. He is the St. of Chandigarh. I studied at John's High School and DAV College in Chandigarh. He majored in English Literature and earned a master's degree in mass communication from Panjab University's Faculty of Communication. He played serious plays for five years. He was also a founding member of DAV College's "Aaghaaz" and "Manchtantra", an active theater group in Chandigarh. He conceived and performed street play, Mood Indigo (IIT Bombay), OASIS (Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani) and St. It has won awards at national university festivals such as Bedes Shimla. He also won the Best Actor Award for playing Ashwatthama in Andha Yug in Dharamvir Bharati.

Ayushmann Khurrana made his acting debut in 2012 with Shoojit Sircar's romantic comedy Vicky Donor co-starring Annu Kapoor and Yami Gautam. It marked the production debut of actor John Abraham and starred Ayushmann Khurrana in the role of a sperm donor. In preparation, he attended acting workshops and interacted with medical professionals. For the movie soundtrack, he sang "Pani Da Rang," which he composed and composed with Rochak Kohli in 2003. Rediff.com's Sukanya Verma praises the film's ensemble cast and Ayushmann Khurrana's "candid disposition and rough face ensure his distance. A smart drollery works like the wind." Compared to a budget of $100 million ($1.4 million), With more than $610 million ($8.6 million) in revenue worldwide, Vicky Donor has achieved commercial success. At the Filmfare Awards awards ceremony, Ayushmann Khurrana won the trophy for Best Male Debut and Best Male Playback Singer.

Ayushmann Khurrana won the second season of the reality TV show MTV Roadies in 2004 and built an anchor career. He made his film debut in 2012 with the romantic comedy Vicky Donor, and won the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut for his acting as a sperm donor. After a while, he starred in the commercially critically successful romance Dum Laga Ke Haisha (2015). Khurrana established herself with the comedies Bareilly Ki Barfi (2017), Shubh Mangal Saavdhan (2017), Badhaai Ho (2018), Dream Girl (2019), and Bala (2019). Thriller Andhadhun (2018); And Article 15 of the Crime Drama (2019). Khurrana is a blind pianist in Andhadhun and an honest cop in Group 15, winning the Best Actor Award for two consecutive Filmfare Critics Awards, and he has also won the National Film Award for Best Actor for his former job.

The successful film series continued with Ayushmann Khurrana's 2019 release, Article 15, Dream Girl and Bala. In a crime thriller film directed by Director Anu Bab Shinha, he starred as a righteous policeman solving a rape case. Emphasizing caste discrimination in India, the film is inspired by a number of incidents, including the alleged rape of the bar down gang in 2014 and the Una whipping in 2016. For the first time in his film career, Ayushmann Khurrana agreed on a project in which he played dark and intense characters. Wendy Ide, who wrote for The Guardian, praised him for "combining the heart-pumping charisma of a soul-filled Bollywood with intense performance." In the comedy Dream Girl, he unconsciously appeared as a cross-gender actor who spoke in a female voice while working in a call center that caught the attention of men. Scroll.in's Nandini Ramnath considered his "Many Energy and Trustworthy Everyman Persona" as the highlight of the film. His next release, Bala, was also a comedy that played a young man faced with social pressure from premature hair loss. He found it physically difficult to perform the role due to the heavy layer of prostheses used on the head. Rajeev Masand said that Ayushmann Khurrana "cuts a sympathetic character as another loser who couldn't like it right away," and added that "it led the market in playing flawed and precarious men with trust issues." He won another Film Critic Virtual Actor Award for Article 15 and was nominated for Best Actor at the Bala Awards. That year, he reappeared on Forbes India's Celebrity 100 list, ranking 37th with an estimated annual income of $350 million (US$4.3 million).

In addition to acting, Khurrana sang in several of his films, including the song "Pani Da Rang", which earned him a Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer.

In his next project, Khurrana actively looked for another mainstream film that would humorously portray sexuality. He played a gay man in Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan (2020) who struggles to persuade his partner's family. Shubhra Gupta of The Indian Express rated Khurrana as "the film allowed too much" of his lesser-known co-star Jitendra Kumar. It was commercially low. Khurrana was next seen in the comedy drama Gulabo Sitabo co-starred by Amitabh Bachchan. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the movie couldn't be released in the theater and instead was streamed as prime video.

Kurana was born in Chandigarh. His father, P Khurrana, is an astrologer and writer on astrological subjects, while his mother, Poonam, is a housewife and she comes from half of Burma and is a qualified M.A. Ayushmann is busy with his work in Mumbai, but his family is still in Chandigarh. His brother Aparshakti Khurana is a radio jockey for Radio Mirchi 98.3 FM in Delhi and made his debut in the 2016 film Dangal starring Aamir Khan. The literary atmosphere at home also affected Kurana, and he made writing a hobby. He also maintains a blog where he writes in Hindi and has been very well received by his followers. Ayushmann is known for being very close to his family and wife Tahira Kashyap, who directed the critic-acclaimed film Toffee. They are childhood lovers and parents of sons and daughters. His son Virajveer was born on January 2, 2012, and his daughter Varushka was born on April 21, 2014. When promoting Badhaai Ho and Andhadhun in 2018, his wife Tahira was diagnosed with breast cancer. Tahira's positive outlook helped them keep this difficult step solid.

After graduating from journalism and graduating, his first job was to work as a radio personality at BIG FM in Delhi. He hosted the show Big Chai-Maan Na Maan, Main Tera Ayushmann and was awarded the Young Achievers Award in 2007. He was the youngest winner of the Bharat Nirman Award in New Delhi.

He has also worked on many other MTV shows such as MTV Fully Faltoo Movies, Check De India and Jaadoo Ek Baar. He transformed himself into a television presenter with the versatile reality show India's Got Talent on Colors TV, which was co-produced with Nikhil Chinapa, and Stripped brought the latest updates to the Indian TV industry as cartoons back on MTV. . At the end of the year he was also an anchor on the reality show Music Ka Maha Muqqabla singing on STAR Plus.

In addition to hosting the second season of MTV Rock On and India's Got Talent on Colors, Khurrana was also part of the Extra Innings T20 anchoring team of Indian Premier League season 3 at SET Max with Gaurav Kapur, Samir Kochhar and Angad Bedi. After that, he was offered to anchor the dance-based reality show Just Dance on STAR Plus.

Ayushmann Khurrana's career outlook improved when he starred opposite rookie Bhumi Pednekar in the romance Dum Laga Ke Haisha (2015) directed by Sharat Katariya. It tells the story of a low-achieving man who married an overweight woman against his will. The Hindu's Anuj Kumar praised him for effectively capturing his character's "dictionaries and gestures". Despite the minimal publicity, the film has achieved commercial success with a revenue of over $410 million (US$5.7 million) worldwide compared to its $140 million ($2 million) budget.

In 2013, Ayushmann Khurrana was included on Forbes India's Celebrity 100 list, with an estimated annual income of £25.8 million (US$360,000), ranking 70th. Then I collaborated with Kunaal Roy Kapur at Rohan Sippy's Nautanki Saala! (2013), a comedy based on the French film Apr├Ęs Vous (2005). Anupama Chopra thought Khurrana was the "most serious" person, but felt that his comedy work was obscured by Roy Kapur's work. He also recorded two songs for the movie's soundtrack. A year later, Khurrana teamed up with Yash Raj Films (as part of a three-film deal) in the romantic comedy Bewakoofiyaan (2014) to get his girlfriend's father to approve their marriage. Andy Webster, who wrote for The New York Times, hated the film's "tense and artificial humor," but praised Khurrana for "having his opposite [Rishi] Kapoor." Nautanki Saala and Bewakoofiyaan were not as commercially successful as their next release, Hawaizaada (2015). In it, he played the scientist Shivkar Bapuji Talpade, where he learned to lose weight and speak Marathi. In the same year, Khurrana collaborated with wife Tahira Kashyap to write an autobiography Cracking the Code: My Journey to Bollywood.

In 2018, Ayushmann Khurrana starred in two top-grossing Hindi films of the year. His first role was in Andhadhun in the thriller Sriram Raghavan, starring Tabu and Radhika Apte together, where he played a blind pianist reluctantly caught up in murder. He lobbied after listening to casting director Mukesh Chhabra's story, and in preparation he learned how to play the piano and interacted with blind piano players. Mint's Udita Jhunjhunwala praised Ayushmann Khurrana for providing "a tense performance that balances fragility and subtlety", and HuffPost's Ankur Pathak found that he was "a layered no-hold ban performance worth applauding." Andhadhun has earned $4.56 billion (US$64 million) worldwide, most of which come from Chinese box offices, and is one of Ayushmann Khurrana's highest-grossing films and one of the biggest-grossing films in India. Has been. He next starred in the comedy Badhaai Ho, directed by Amit Sharma, about a young man pregnant by middle-aged parents. Firstpost's Anna M. M. Vetticad praised him for choosing to "work on a little film where a star is a story," considering his acting "completely convincing". Sleeping, the company has earned more than $2.21 billion ($31 million) worldwide. For Andhadhun, Ayushmann Khurrana won the Best Actor Award (shared with Vicky Kaushal for Uri: The Surgical Strike) and the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor.

Two years later, after starring in the poorly played Meri Pyaari Bindu, Kurana's career took place in two other films, Bareilly Ki Barfi and Shubh Mangal Saavdhan, which were released in 2017, both of which were commercially successful. In the former adaptation of Nicolas Barreau's French novel The Ingredients of Love, he played with Rajkummar Rao and Kriti Sanon as a writer related to the Love Triangle. Saibal Chatterjee of NDTV wrote that "Ayushmann Khurrana does a persuasive job of transforming into a crooked manipulator who puts his own interests ahead of everyone else's." In Shubh Mangal Saavdhan, he starred opposite Bhumi Pednekar as a newly engaged man suffering from erectile dysfunction. Ayushmann Khurrana, a remake of the Tamil film Kalyana Samayal Saadham (2013), hoped that the film would bring more attention to the subject as a humorous interpretation of the mental and sexual problems faced by men. Rajeev Masand noted how well the film handled sexuality without being sloppy and praised him for "investing in a colleague with genuine likability and understated charm."Ayushmann Khurrana was nominated for a Filmfare Award for Best Actor for the latter film.

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