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Don’t have to be a star kid to survive in industry: Ayushmann

Don’t have to be a star kid to survive in industry: Ayushmann
Star kids are launched in a grand way in Bollywood but actor Ayushmann Khurrana feels that they are no longer given preferential treatment and one does not need to fall into that bracket to survive in the industry.

“I think it is the best phase of Indian cinema you don’t have to be a star kid to survive or get launched in the industry. This is not just for actors but for everyone like directors, writers, lyricists and others,” said Ayushmann.

“I am glad I am here today. If I was born 15 years back, then I don’t think I would get chance that a star kid would have got,” he said.

After being in the industry for four years, the 31-year-old actor thinks the best part of his profession is that he gets special treatment. “The best part is you are treated well, you get special attention in restaurants and airports.” 

Ayushmann will be seen next in Anand L Rai’s home production film Manmarziyan romancing Bhumi Pednekar. And then he is paired opposite Parineeti Chopra in Meri Pyaari Bindu to be produced by Yash Raj Films.

The Vicky Donor actor said he goes with his instincts while choosing a film. Ayushmann’s film Dum Laga Ke Haisha was named as the winner of the Best Hindi Film at the 63rd National Film Awards on Monday. He said his producer Aditya Chopra initially felt he would not be ready to do an unconventional film like Dum Laga Ke Haisha.

“With Dum Laga Ke Haisha I have got more respect as an actor. When Aditya Chopra offered me the film he never expected I will do happened after Vicky Donor. He thought I will go the mainstream way doing conventional hero roles,” he said.

“I believe the story should always have connect with the audience and Dum Laga Ke Haisha had it,” he added. 


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