|Bollywood actor/singer/TV presentor/ Ex-Radio Jockey Ayushmann Khurrana|
January 25, 2015
In a recent media interaction, TV personality turned Bollywood actor-singer said he is ready to do a Punjabi film provided the script is novel and out-of-the-box.
"I am open to Punjabi films. That's because it's my language. And if there is a novel idea, out of the box concept, I will be open to it. It's easier to act in the language you are thinking," he told here, ahead of January 30 release of 'Hawaizaada', in which he plays the lead role.
Ayushmann, who started off as a radio jockey and later became television presenter before making his Bollywood debut in 'Vicky Donor' in 2012, said he is quite fearless as his expectations from life are minimal.
The actor, who has done masters in mass communication from Punjab University, admitted that the initial idea was to become a journalist.
Ayushmann Khurrana's latest Punjabi song Mitti Di Khushboo
Ayushmann, who has acted in films 'Nautanki Saala' and 'Bewakafiyaan', said he is getting out of his comfort zone for the first time with 'Hawaizaada'.
"'Hawaizaada' is an untold story of an unsung hero... the man who made the world's first aircraft... apparently an Indian and he made the invention eight years before the Wright Brothers. This is a very novel, untold story. It's a very unique idea. I am sure everyone will like it," he said.
Theatrical Trailer of Ayushmann's latest film Hawaizaada