Ayushmann Khurrana s currently on cloud nine with the rave reviews for his recently released film Dream Girl 2. Not only this but the film has also entered the100 crore club. Well today on his birthday the actor has taken a moment to reflect on his journey and the challenges he faced.
Despite his incredible success, Ayushmann admits to battling moments of self-doubt that threatened to derail his dreams.ALSO READ: Ayushmann, Ananya, Nushrratt & others reunite for Raaj Shaandilyaa's birthday & 'Dream Girl 2' triumph
In a heartfelt message to his fans, Ayushmann said, "It's been a life full of tests, many ups and downs, days and nights of wrecking self-doubt. But here I'm. Still standing. Still believing. Thanks to everyone who has loved me unconditionally. Thank you for making my birthday specia l#Repost @ayushmannk.fanclub. To our Dream boy @ayushmannk, You entered our lives with Roadies and that's when we knew the 'Disruptor of Bollywood' has arrived Dum Laga ke har role ko aapne khoob acche se nibhaya Humari shubh kismat thi ki hume aapki movie dekhne ka mauka mila aur sab itna kushal mangal hua ki dil ko saavdhan rakhna pada kirdaaro ka Aashiq hai Aapke birthday ke din Bareilly Ki Barfi aur yeh pyara sa tohfa aapke liye banaya hai.....Kanyakumari se Chandigarh"
Ayushmann's journey from being a contestant on Roadies to achieving his fifth 100 crore hit with Dream Girl 2 is nothing short of inspiring. To capture this remarkable journey, a fan-made video has been circulating on social media.
Ayushmann Khurrana's story reminds us that success is often accompanied by self-doubt and challenges, but with determination and the support of loved ones, one can overcome these obstacles and continue to shine.
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Meanwhile, on the work front, Ayushmann was recently honoured with TIME Magazine's TIME 100 Impact Award for his invaluable contribution towards pushing the content envelope in India through his brand of disruptive cinema as well as his exemplary work for child rights protection as the UNICEF Ambassador.