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Ayushmann Khurrana gets emotional as he features on Filmfare cover: Came to Mumbai for this day

Ayushmann Khurrana grace Filmfare cover with Alia Bhatt, Ranveer Singh and Ranbir Kapoor.

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New Delhi Updated on: May 02, 2019 8:26 IST
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Ayushmann Khurrana and others on Filmfare May cover.

Ayushmann Khurrana is a self-made actor. The actor who marked his debut in Bollywood seven years ago won Critics Best Actor in Leading Role (Male) for Andhadhun at Filmfare Awards. The starry award night was graced by several A-listers and had some electric performances. Now, in the May cover of their magazine, Filmfare has brought all their winners together in a panoramic view. Ayushmann, who graced the cover along with  Alia Bhatt, Ranveer Singh and Ranbir Kapoor took to Instagram to share the photo and wrote, ''इसी दिन के लिए मुंबई आया था शायद। #filmfare''

Ayushmann  Khurrana, who played a bilnd pianist in Sriram Raghavan's Andhadhun impressed audience and critics alike with his performance. The mystery thriller did exceptionally well at the box office and now it has set Chinese box office on fire. Andhadhun which released in China in April 2019 has minted over Rs 300 crore at the box office. Overwhelmed by the response, Ayushmann Khurrana said, ''Thank you for validating this film Andhadhun (Piano Player), our effort was to make an interesting gem, it is such a beautiful surprise that it has done so well in China. Thank you for your love''.

Ayushmann's another film Badhaai Ho, which released last year was also well-received by the audience. 

Meanwhile, Ayushmann's first film Vicky Donor recently clocked seven year, hence, the actor shared a video on Instagram. Check it out below.

"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," Ayushmann had said in a statement.

"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,'' he said as he went down the memory lane.

On a related note, Ayushmann has multiple projects in the pipeline such as Anubha Sinha's Article 15, Ekta Kapoor's Dream Girl and Amar Kaushik's Bala.

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