Ayushmann Khurrana: it feels gratifying to give a different and meaningful cinema to the public
After the success of his last film 'Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan , Ayushmann Khurrana On Monday he said it is satisfying that, along with the delivery of consecutive successes, he has also tried his luck in different and meaningful stories.
It definitely feels good to deliver eight consecutive successes but what is equally satisfying is that I have tried to give a different and meaningful cinema to the public in the process, said the actor of 'Article 15'.
The journey of making these films has been creative enriching experiences for me, since they have also made me a thoughtful, more sensitive and definitely better human being, he added.
The actor also threw light on what drives him to do different films: I will always continue doing experimental films like 'Article 15' and 'Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan' every now and then and appeal to society to see them with open minds.
The success of these films is in the fact that they are being made today and are also appreciated by the public. For me, such films are very important because, as an artist, I want to tell a story that leaves a message and begins a conversation, he added.
The actor further spoke about 'Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan' which revolves around gender inclusivity and same-sex love.
I am delighted with the success of SMZS because it reinforces my faith and my belief that I should continue on my way to make a meaningful cinema, out of rhythm, that is deeply rooted in the reality of India and Indians. Khurrana said.
As an artist, I would like to take those issues out of the closet and discuss them openly because I feel that as a society we are ready to accept those films and support them too, he added.
A look at the last three years of Khurrana's career indicates that the actor has cracked the code to spotting films that will be box office successes as well as garner acclaim.
Some of his films include ' Donor Vicky ',' Article 15 ',' Shubh Mangal Saavdhaan ',' Badhaai ho ',' Dream Girl 'and' Bala '.