Ayushmann Khurrana is unarguably the quintessential Bollywood actor known for critically acclaimed as well as commercially successful films. The trailer of his upcoming film Article 15 dropped a few days back and audiences are all praises for the actor.
In a candid interview with Mumbai Mirror, Ayushmann opened up on his upcoming film and his profession as a whole. He also touched base on his personal life, his wife’ struggle with cancer and more.
Ayushmann was being asked about his experience playing a cop in Article 15 and he replied,
“My director Anubhav Sinha is an evolved soul. He recommended a lot of books to read before the shoot because this kind of discrimination is unique to our country. What Mulk was for Hindu-Muslims, Article 15 is for casteism. And boy, was it a difficult shoot! We’d shoot around 5-6 am and in the evening, between 4.30-6.30 pm to catch the magical light. We filmed in the muck, infested with leeches and water snakes, for three days.”
Ayushmann further talked about his dream role. He said he next wants to play a singer and wants to lend his own voice to maybe Kishore Kumar biopic.
Talking about his personal life, Ayushmann was asked to comment on how he was lauded for not giving up on his marriage and his wife’s struggle with cancer. He said
“I don’t like giving up on my relationships, life is all about maintaining them. I value them more than material things because they last forever.