Ayushmann Khurrana

From a show that captures modern India in all its complexities and contradictions to a film that calls out male entitlement, below are titles that gave expression to our anxieties and grief and created a relatable world of both, reality and escape.
The writer unpacks the Ayushmann Khurrana and Amitabh Bachchan-starrer, talks about spaces and the art of finding characters within them
Shoojit Sircar's odd new film captures the moral ramification of greed by pitting people against places.
Gulabo Sitabo's Amazon Prime release has left theatre owners upset with PVR and Inox expressing their disappointment. Now, producers are hitting back.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to devastate industries, theatre owners say they will suffer if more producers opt for digital releases.
Ayushmann Khurrana's new film takes Bollywood conventions and embeds them with a powerful queer narrative.
A mainstream Bollywood star like Ayushmann Khurrana playing a gay man in a typical ‘masala’ love story format is like a dream come true.
From new films by Aamir Khan, Meghna Gulzar and Shoojit Sircar, there's a lot to look forward to in 2020
It’s 2019 and “woke” Bollywood continues to paint its actors brown instead of casting people with actual dark skin. One wonders why, because we are a country of dark skinned people.
The biggest revelation of Amar Kaushik's Bala is Yami Gautam.
While the film's plot gets progressively bonkers, Dream Girl's humour and a top-notch performance by its leading man carry the film through.
The actor, who's just won a National Film Award, opens up about negotiating the tricky terrain of the Hindi film industry.
The director opens up about the criticism the film has been facing.
Anubhav Sinha's film addresses a societal crisis but ends up reinforcing many of the same ideas it seeks to challenge.
Ayushmann Khurrana’s new movie is the latest addition to the archives of the Brahmin-Saviour complex.
Actor Siddharth on Wednesday said he is keen for a remake of AndhaDhun, which has been dubbed as 2018′s best Hindi film by
Viacom18, the studio behind AndhaDhun urged the filmmaker to change the film's ending, a demand he resisted till the very end.
Which were your favourite films from 2018?
Khurrana says 'Dum Laga Ke Haisha' was a game changer for him and nothing is bigger than entertainment.