One of the finest actors in Hindi film Industry, Ayusmann Khurana claims his kid’s don’t watch his films. Read to know more!
Being one of the most talented and versatile actors of the Hindi film industry, Anshuman Khuranna has bagged many appreciation and award for his wonderful work. He is a versatile actor for whom acting needs no effort. From his initial days during the Vicky Donar film, he has positioned himself to be one of the most talented actor as well as a singer. He became famous from his first film itself as he sang the ‘Pani Da’ song.
Last year Aushmann witnessed success back to back with his two films Badhaai Ho and AndhaDhun. He has also bagged many awards for his outstanding performance in the films. Being a versatile actor Ayushmann is a loving husband and a responsible father of two. Being a young dad at the age of 34, he has many responsibilities overhead.
Recently during a conversation with Times Now, he revealed that his kids Varushka and Virajveer does not watch his films but added that they are aware of the stardom of their dad. He further said, Yes, they have this sink link that I am an actor and they are proud of it but they don’t see my films because they don’t understand my films as of now, they are too young for that. But, I am sure in the future they will be proud of my films.”
Being said that, Ayushmann also explained how difficult it becomes for him to spend time with his kids and family due to his busy schedule. Apart from his relationship with his kids and wife, he further put some light on his relationship with his brother Aparshakti, Ayushmann added, “He will always be my kid brother though we are like three years apart, I don’t come across as a strict guy but we are different as people, he is an extrovert, I am still slightly introvert-ish as a guy. We are not friends we are brothers.”
Meanwhile, at the work front, Ayushmann was seen last year celebrating his success for Badhaii Hi and AndhaDhun and now he is all geared up for the release of Article 15 which is directed by Anubhav Sinha. The movie is based on Article 15 of the Indian constitution, which prohibits discrimination on grounds of race, sex, religion, caste or place of birth. The film has taken inspiration from real-life events, including 2014 Badaun gang-rape allegations and 2016 Una flogging incident and it releases on June 28.