Ayushmann Khurrana writes a poem about his victory at the 66th edition of the National Film Awards

Ayushmann Khurrana He has become one of the most wanted actors in Bollywood after his impressive performances in his past movies. The actor, who won the Best Actor award in the recently announced National Film Awards 2018 is in the cloud nine and deservedly! N Taking control of your social networks today, Ayushmann described his journey and his emotions through a little poetry and is one of the most beautiful things he will read on the Internet today. When describing his trip, from the moment he first arrived in Mumbai until yesterday, when he won his National Prize, the poem says it all.

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Ayushmann received the Best Actor award for his film Andhadhun, directed by Sriram Raghavan . The film also starred Tabu and Radhika Apte in lead roles. Ayushmann starrer ‘Badhaai Ho’ too received award at the 66th National Film Awards .

Speaking about his victory, he said: It is really humiliating and enormously rewarding to win the coveted National Awards. As an artist, I have always tried to support the disruptive content that stands out for its quality content. Today's honor is a validation of my hard work, my belief system, my trip to the cinema and my reason for being an actor in the first place. Beyond my personal victory, I am delighted that the two films I have made, AndhaDhun and Badhaai Ho have won the prestigious National Awards. Once again, it validates that the people of our country want to see a cinema that entertains, that they can appreciate, discuss and support ”.

He also added: I will continue on this journey to discover and return to the cinema that really distinguishes itself and brings people back to theaters.

Meanwhile, at the front of the job, the actor has pockets full of upcoming films that include Dream Girl, Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan, Gulabo Sitabo and Bala.

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