What is safe cinema: Ayushmann Khurana
Mumbai: Ayushmann Khurrana who started of his Bollywood run with Vicky Donor playing the part of a reluctant sperm donor, is currently riding high on the success of his latest release Article 15. The trend breaker actor, who is set to romance a man in his next, asks "what is safe film".
"I'm enjoying the current phase of my career and feeling no pressure at all because I'm doing the films that I want to do and tell the brilliant stories that needs to be told. I hope to always deliver clutter-breaking cinema to people that are both loved and delivers at the box office," said the 34-year-old who feels people have started identifying him with good content and are looking forward to seeing what he will delivers next.
"I have never chosen safe scripts in my career and I actually don't know the meaning of what a safe film is. I have always risked to do something different because I have felt it in my gut that it's the good story, the story that people would want to come to the theatres to see matters the most," he said. In 2018, Khurrana starred in two of the top-grossing Hindi films of the year –Sriram Raghavan's Andhadhun, a thriller co-starring Tabu and Radhika Apte, in which he played a blind pianist, and Badhaai Ho, a comedy from director Amit Sharma about a young man whose middle-aged parents get pregnant.