When the birthday boy Ayushmann Khurrana rejoined his band and started playing college concerts when he felt like his Bollywood career was over.



Ayushmann Khurrana currently seems like a man who cannot be wrong. After hitting seven hits in a row – Bareilly Ki Barfi, Shubh Mangal Saavdhan, Andhadhun, Badhaai Ho, Article 15, Dream Girl, Bala – and not hitting a single flop dating back to 2017 (Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan cannot be counted as a hit) absolute and there are no proper figures for Gulabo Sitabo as it was an OTT release), he has been dubbed the actor with the Midas touch right now in Bollywood. However, did you know that before cultivating said Midas touch, he had almost become persona non grata in the industry by his own admission? Today, on Ayushmann Khurrana’s birthday, September 14, we have decided to take a trip down memory lane when the star herself revealed that she had almost given up on her Bollywood dream. Also read – Trending OTT News Today: Sonia Rathee’s candid post for Sidharth Shukla, Alvaro Morte’s epic reaction after watching Money Heist 5 and more

The reveal came during a promotional interview for Dream Girl, right during her golden phase. Now any self-respecting Bollywood fan would know that after his successful debut with Vicky Donor and before his mini-revival began courtesy of Dum Laga Ke Haisha before the start of his golden phase, Ayushmann Khurrana had suffered a severe setback. after another in the form of three major box office disasters: Nautanki Saala, Bewakoofiyaan, Hawaizaada. The problem was that all three films were also criticized by critics, so he did not even have the mattress of critics’ appreciation to lean on, as several actors these days use as a crutch even though the audience refuses. roundly to see your so-called dear critics. Furthermore, these massive blows to his fledgling career had occurred while he was still wet behind his ears, with only his first blockbuster movie to hold on to. Also Read – Trending OTT News Today: Welcome To Blumhouse’s Scary Teaser, Nithiin’s Master To Launch On Disney + Hotstar And More

When asked about his mental space at the time during the interview, Ayushmann revealed that he was so discouraged that he imagined that his Bollywood career was almost over and began looking for alternative means of livelihood, such as his musical talent to draw upon. In fact, he confessed to rejoining his old band, with which he began to tour university festivals and other events for musical concerts, and it was not until Dum Laga Ke Haisha worked, followed by Bareilly Ki Barfi (suffered another setback between these two releases courtesy from Meri Pyaari Bindu, who felt he could make a legitimate career as an actor. Also Read: From Andhadhun to Drishyam: 5 Bollywood Murder Mystery Movies To Watch Today On Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney + Hotstar And More

Well thank goodness he stayed, right? Happy birthday, Ayushmann Khurrana. For many more commercial and critical success films.

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