Ayushmann Khurrana wants to play real characters, not hero types
Ayushmann will be seen next in Rohan Sippy's directorial venture 'Nautanki Saala'. Theatre being the backdrop of the film, the lead actors - Ayushmann and Kunal - will be dressed up as 'nautanki walas', donning the traditional attire of folk drama artistes.
"The best part is all the roles that I am playing are real or close to reality. I have done theatre so I could relate to the character in 'Nautanki Saala'," Ayushmann told PTI. Ayushmann will next star opposite Sonam Kapoor in Yash
Raj Films' untitled romantic comedy set in Delhi. This
fun-filled satire has been written by 'Ishaqzaade' director
Habib Faisal and will be directed by Nupur Asthana.
"It is a love story in the times of recession and I play a guy who is hit by recession. It is a Habib Faisal kind of film, very real," the actor said.
Even before his first film 'Vicky Donor' hit cinema houses, Ayushmann had managed to impress John Abraham, who
signed him for his next home production 'Hamara Bajaj'. The film will be directed by Shoojit Sircar and will have
Ayushmann playing the role of a young man called Sanjay Bajaj, who is a struggling actor.
"I have Shoojit Sircar's film 'Hamara Bajaj' where I play
a tourist who wants to be an actor. So that is also real. The best part is I am getting to play real characters. I don't want to try and
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