This can be a lesson that has helped him in his adventure to stardom, Ayushmann Khurrana stated.
- Closing Up to date: June 25, 2020, 9:26 AM IST
Actor Ayushmann Khurrana says he is a large fan of Aamir Khan’s paintings and that he learnt one thing from the celebrity even earlier than he stepped into Bollywood. This can be a lesson that has helped him in his adventure to stardom.
Ayushmann shared that he purposely did not see the unique model of “Shubh Mangal Saavdhan”, which is a remake of the Tamil movie “Kalyana Samayal Saadham”, on account of the lesson he won from Aamir.
“I didn’t watch the unique and nonetheless have not observed the unique! I suppose that is my means of going for a script. If somebody provides me a remake, I do not watch the unique, I simply learn the script. From time to time the humour, the essence, the sentiments are misplaced within the translation and it occurs greater than frequently,” Ayushmann stated.
He added: “Additionally, I am getting slightly impressed from an actor when I am gazing the unique movie. So, it is tricky to deliver my very own factor to the display. So, I simply learn the script and react to that.”
Ayushmann stated that he learnt this from Aamir.
“I used to be an MTV presenter and I take note I used to be interviewing him for ‘Ghajini’. I requested him this query, ‘How is the movie other from the unique?’ He stated, ‘I have now not observed the unique!’ I used to be in reality fascinated. He stated he had learn the script and it used to be nice. So, I took that cue and I discovered that to be an ideal lesson!” he stated.
At the paintings entrance, Ayushmann used to be just lately observed in Shoojit Sircar’s virtual liberate, “Gulabo Sitabo”, scripted via Juhi Chaturvedi and co-starring Amitabh Bachchan.