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Ayushmann Khurrana revealed his backup plan in case, he failed as a Bollywood actor

The third episode of Pinch season 2 saw Arbaaz read out a few negative reviews of Ayushmann Khurrana's book - ‘Cracking the Code: My Journey in Bollywood’ (2015)...

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Ayushmann Khurrana has brought a revolution in Hindi Cinema that has completely changed the course of how we as an audience watch his films. The young actor, who has delivered eight back to back hits in a row to catapult himself into stardom. 

For the uninitiated, Arbaaz is all set to pinch Ayushmann Khurrana in the show's third episode. This will feature the Bala actor who is known to be a powerhouse of talent and we will be seeing him shut down trolls like a boss with his sense of humour! 

Kurrana, speaking to Arbaaz, shared that he had mentally prepared for failure after he starred in three back-to-back flops. In an appearance on Arbaaz Khan's talk show, Pinch, Ayushmann said that he was ready to move back to his hometown Chandigarh when his career went through a slump.

The third episode saw Arbaaz read out a few negative reviews of Ayushmann Khurrana's book - ‘Cracking the Code: My Journey in Bollywood’ (2015). Some comments pointed out that it was too early for Ayushmann's career for him to write an autobiography.

Reacting to the criticism in a savage response, the 37-year-old actor said in Hindi, "After my first film, I starred in three back-to-back flops. People had written me off, and I was ready to move back to Chandigarh. I was going through a phase where I had time on my hands to write a book, so I wrote it."

He further added, "But now I'm at a stage where I don't have time to write a book, and work is also going well. Nothing was working out at that time. I had to do something to make it work. I had a band named Ayushmann Bhava; I used to do concerts. I thought even if my films don't work, I could sing at birthdays, I'd dance, I'd entertain people somehow, I'd write a book. I was thinking of all the things I could do if my films don't work. You just need to make it work somehow, that's an artist's job."

Bollywood star Ayushmann Khurrana is a rank outsider who has made a name for himself through sheer hard work and talent. Breaking social stigma through his films, the 37-year-old actor is also known as the poster boy of content cinema in India.

On the work front, Ayushmann Khurrana has a bunch of films including Doctor G, Anek, Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui and more.

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