Happy Birthday Ayushmann Khurrana: 5 offbeat films of the actor that prove he is a powerhouse of talent

On the actor's 35th birthday, let's take a look at Ayushmann Khurrana's films and characters over the years which are unmissable.
News,Ayushmann KhurranaThe actor, who celebrates his 35th birthday today, is one of the most successful breakout stars to have emerged in the last decade.
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Ayushmann Khurrana is on a winning high at the box office since 2018. One of the few actors who strikes a chord with audiences across ages, Ayushmann's films have always defined him for his peculiar choices. The actor, who celebrates his 35th birthday today, is one of the most successful breakout stars to have emerged in the last decade. Known for an eye to pick off beat scripts, Ayushmann has managed to adapt the title of 'hero' in more ways than one and win over critics as well as his fans. On the actor's birthday, let's take a look at Ayushmann's films and characters over the years which are hard to miss:  

Vicky donor: Bringing the subject of sperm donation to the celluloid for the first time ever, Ayushmann charmed his way through as Vicky Arora in his debut film. His acting skills and ability to crack everyone up with his comic timing, made this a special film. Back then in 2012, Ayushmann went on to win almost every possible award in the Best Debut (Male) category.

Andhadhun: Labelled as best film of 2018, this crime thriller saw Ayushmann as a blind pianist who witnesses a murder and the chain of haphazard events that it leads to. Directed by Sriram Raghavan, the film added a whole new dimension to Ayushmann's filmography. Ayushmann's stellar acting skills coupled with Tabu's on screen presence, deserved to be film of the year.  

Badhaai Ho: Again choosing a script that wasn't seen or heard before, Ayushmann won hearts as Nakul Kaushik in this family drama. Dealing with his elderly mother's pregnancy, the film's well-written characters and top notch acting from Gajraj Rao, Surekha Sikhri and Neena Gupta made this another winner in 2018.   

Shubh Mangal Savdhaan: This drama comedy was like no other. Highlighting a subject like erectile dysfunction that has rarely found space on the big screen, Ayushmann played his role as Mudit Sharma to perfection. Bhumi Pednekar, who has been his co-star in Dum Laga Ke Haisha as well, navigated problems as a married couple and made it all seem so real. 

Article 15: Cops need to be bad ass. Well, not really. Ayushmann Khurrana changed that narrative this year when he played the role of an upright police officer as Ayan Ranjan. An unconventional cop, the gripping drama on caste-based discrimination in rural India saw the actor in a new avatar and a great one at that. 

Just a day before his birthday, Ayushmann's brand new film Dream Girl has hit the theatres and box office collections prove that the film is off to a great start. Here's wishing the supremely talented Ayushmann Khurrana a very happy birthday!

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