See also: List of awards and nominations received by Ayushmann Khurrana — Television shows and early career[ edit ] After completing his graduation and post-graduation in Journalism, fogyás 10 first job was as an radio personality bollywoodi színész BIG FMDelhi.
Marking the production debut of actor John Abrahamwho cameoed in a promotional song, it starred Khurrana in the titular role of a sperm donor. In bollywoodi színész, he attended acting workshops and interacted with medical professionals.
Anupama Chopra found Khurrana to be "earnest" in it but felt that his comedic work was overshadowed by that of Roy Kapur.
Anuj Kumar of The Hindu praised him for effectively capturing his character's "diction and body language". A remake of the Tamil film Kalyana Samayal Saadhamthe film, Khurrana hoped, had a humorous take on mental and sexual problems faced by men which would bring wider attention to the topic.
He lobbied for the part a legtöbb fogyás egy hét alatt proana hearing about it from casting director Mukesh Chhabra and in preparation, learnt how to play the piano and interacted with blind piano players. Anna M. Vetticad of Firstpost considered his performance to be "completely convincing" and commended him for choosing "to work in small films where the star is the story".
Highlighting caste discrimination in Indiathe film was inspired by multiple events, including the Badaun gang rape allegations and the Una flogging incident.
He found it physically challenging to play the part due to the heavy layers of prosthetics used on his head. It marked his second film where he did not sing any of the songs.
He found it in Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhanaki lefogy spin-off to Shubh Mangal Saavdhan scripted and helmed by the film's writer Hitesh Kewalya, in which he played a gay man who has trouble convincing his partner's family of their relationship.
The movie cast also includes Rakul Preet Singh. His father P. Khurrana is an astrologer and an author on the subject of astrology, whereas his mother Poonam is a housewife and she is of half-Burmese descent  and a qualified M. While Khurrana remains busy with his work in Mumbaihis family still stays in Chandigarh.
His brother Aparshakti Khurana is a radio jockey at Radio Mirchi He also maintains a blog where he writes in Hindi and it has been received very well by his admirers. They are childhood friends and parents to a son and a daughter.