Ayushmann Khurrana talks about challenges in his forthcoming films

Wednesday 14th August 2019 05:24 EDT

With back to back hits, there is no stopping Ayushmann Khurrana. The poster boy of content cinema has four upcoming interesting projects under his belt. He has entertainer 'Dream Girl' in which he will be shown as someone with a special ability of talking in female voice, 'Bala' that deals with premature balding in men or 'Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan' where he will be championing the issue of gay relationships in India. He also has 'Gulabo Sitabo' in the works, where he will share screen space with Amitabh Bachchan.

"All these four films will present me in absolutely different avatars that no one has ever seen me play. I’m actually supremely excited about doing such different films because they push me in different directions. I’m relishing the challenge they have posed," Ayushmann said.

His upcoming line-up is also rich on content as is his forte. "I've been consciously working towards disrupting content and constantly giving audiences something new to see, to talk about and to enjoy. The next four films are some of the best scripts I've ever read in my career and it's meant for audience who love to see good cinema."

The actor calls himself "restless" and said that's what drives him. "I've always chosen the new and walked the unknown path because it has always triggered me creatively. It has always pushed me to perform and deliver the best. I like big risks because it gets the best out of me and my upcoming films will again see me challenge myself. I live to entertain audiences and I hope these films will deliver the maximum dose of entertainment," he said.

He added, "I've worked really hard to win the confidence of some of the best filmmakers of our country. I'm only grateful that they've trusted me with their vision and made me a part of their beautiful cinematic world. I'm glad to be able to be a part of films that are as diverse as it can get and they will instantly remind audiences the type of cinema I stand for."

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