From Dum Laga Ke Haisha to Dream Girl, Ayushmann Khurrana’s movies shows that we currently have an actor who can marvelously balance between content-driven and commercial film. In every film, Ayushmann has assumed a variety of roles in his career spanning over seven years in Bollywood. He is known to pick offbeat storylines each time he signs a film. Furthermore, the recently released Bala is likewise another out-of-the-box content.
Ayushmann Khurrana’s Answer To A Question about his role in Bala
Ayushmann, who is attempting the role of a man experiencing balding in Amar Kaushik’s directorial venture Bala, recently sorted out a #AskAyushmann session on Twitter and a fan accepted the open door to ask him a question. In the session, the fan asked him about the most challenging role of his career.
Uncovering why he chose Bala, Ayushmann said that he took over two hours to prepare for the role, which required elaborate prosthetic make-up. The actor likewise shared that he shot the film in North India during summers, making it much increasingly hard for him to prepare.
“#bala is the most challenging one. Took 2 and a half hours to get ready with prosthetics and shot in the north in the peak of summers. And secondly you need a lot of empathy to portray a complexed character,” Ayushmann replied.
Before Bala, Ayushmann needed to take on the appearance of a lady in Raaj Shaandilyaa’s Dream Girl, which also implied long hours of time at the make-up seat. He was viewed as a police inspector in Article 15, a blind man in Andhadhun, an adult person managing his mom’s pregnancy in Badhaai Ho and an author in Bareilly Ki Barfi.