Top 4 Movies of Ayushmann Khurrana That Lives Rent-Free In Audiences’ Hearts

Actor Ayushmann Khurrana turns 39 years old today. On his birthday let’s look back at some of the most popular movies that earned timeless love from the audience.

One of the versatile and multi-talented actors of Bollywood Ayushmann Khurrana celebrating his 39th birthday on 14 September. The actor is known for his diverse choices of movies, powerful acting skills, composing soulful songs, and comic timing. The actor is never afraid to experiment with his roles. Ayushmann made his place in the industry as well as the audience’s hearts with his acting skills and choosing the untouched subjects for the movie. From Vicky Donor to Dream Girl 2, his movies are the perfect blend of comedy, drama, and social message. On this occasion of Ayushmann’s birthday, let’s go down memory lane and talk about some of his popular movies and watch them over the weekend with family and friends.

Vicky Donor (2007)

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Vicky Donor is the debut movie of Ayushmann. He left a remarkable impression on critics and audiences with his acting skills. Vicky Donor was quite ahead of its time. The film was directed by Shoojit Sircar. This movie also stars Yami Gautam and Anu Kapoor.  The story of a young man (Vicky) who is involved with the head of the fertility clinic and becomes a sperm donor. The movie delivers a meaningful message for society. Although Ayushmann’s comedy made this movie more fun.

Bareilly Ki Barfi (2017)

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Bareilly ki Barfi is a romantic comedy movie set in the story of Bitti Sharma (Kriti Sanon), a young, independent girl. Bitti believes in living a life on her own terms. Because of her tomboyish nature, her family struggles to find a suitable boy. One day, she met Chirag (Ayushmann Khurrana) and her life took an unexpected turn. The movie is based on Nicolas Barreau’s novel “The Ingredients of Love”. The movie was helmed by Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari. It also stars Rajkumar Rao, Pankaj Tripathi, and Seema Pahwa in pivotal roles.

Badhaai Ho (2018)

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When talking about intimacy and having a child at an older age is a taboo topic for society, Ayushmann did an exceptional job doing a movie to break this stereotype. The movie story is about a young man Nakul Kaushik dealing with his mother’s unexpected pregnancy. The movie also addressed societal judgements, embarrassment, and family acceptance. Along with Ayushmann, the entire team did a great job, that touched audiences’ hearts and made it hit. The movie was produced and helmed by Amit Sharma. 

Andhadhun (2018)

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Andhadhun movie is a perfect blend of suspense and deception. The story is set in Mumbai-based boy Aakash a piano artist. For some reason, he pretended to be blind. One day, he went to Simi’s (Tabu) home to play the piano and witnessed a murder. After that, his life turned upside down. The movie ends with a mystery and leaves the public to understand whether or not he was blind. The movie also stars Radhika Apte and was helmed by Sriram Raghavan.



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