Currently, Ayushmann Khurrana is basking in success after he achieved a National Award - Best Actor for Andhadhun. The actor has already moved on from portraying the persona of a visually impaired character and followed by a police officer in Article 15. Meanwhile, he has been busy with the promotional duties of his upcoming film - Dream Girl.
There’s no denying every script Ayushmann grasps, he offers his commendable performance which surpasses his previous flick and the actor has already claimed that Dream Girl will be a ‘unique film’ and that it is the first time that he will advise his audience to ‘leave their brains at home’.
During a recent media interaction, with IANS, he said: "Dream Girl is a masala film and it's my first film where I will tell the audience to leave their brains at home while watching it, because they are going to get entertained a lot."
The actor added, "Dream Girl is a unique film because I have recited some of my dialogues in a girl's voice. It was a fun experience. I feel this will be one of the most commercial films of my career. It is really different from my last film Article 15."
When the 34-year-old actor was asked about how excited he is to receive the National Award, he said: "I am eagerly waiting for the day when National Award is handed to me. I feel it's every actor's dream to win a National Award. I never thought I would win this award for AndhaDhun but I am glad that we made this film, because I feel National Awards are a collective team effort."
The Dream Girl roster includes Nushrat Bharucha, Annu Kapoor, Vijay Raaz and Manjot Singh among other actors. The film narrates the story of Lokesh Bhat (played by Ayushmann), who speaks to customers as a phone-pal. He also performs as female mythological characters for local stage shows.
On the work front, Ayushmann will be seen in Bala along with Bhumi Pednekar. He will also star in Gulabo Sitabo alongside Amitabh Bachchan and Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan already in the pipeline.