AyushmannKhurrana who debuted with the unconventional film, ‘Vicky Donor’ celebrated the film’s seventh anniversary. On the occasion, Khurrana says that film gave him the chance to dream big.
The actor on Saturday talked about his debut in a statement and shared some nostalgic memories. “First film is always your most special one. ‘Vicky Donor’ has given me so much love that I will be forever indebted to the film and my director Shoojit Sircar. It was the start of my cinematic journey and it made me learn a lot and shaped me as an artiste,”
He went on to credit the film and its unique subject matter for his current fame and success. “The film’s incredible success gave an outsider like me, a sense of confidence that I can afford to dream and maybe dream big. It was a pleasure to meet and get to know the entire cast and crew of this brilliant film and I thank Shoojit-da (director Shoojit Sircar) for his belief in me.”
Ayushmann debuted not just as an actor in the film but also wowed people with his voice in the film. He added, the film gave him a range of experience that still helps him today.
“‘Vicky Donor’ made me express myself as an actor and a singer and the success of the film and the song empowered me to explore and experiment as an artiste. It was a humbling experience and one of the most important chapters of my life,” he said.
The actor since has given many blockbusters to the film industry, hits loved for the performances and stories. His performance in films like “Dum LagaKeHaisha”, “Bareilly Ki Barfi”, “Shubh Mangal Saavdhan”, “Badhaai Ho” and “AndhaDhun” have gathered him a huge fan following over the years.
By News Helpline