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Ayushmann Khurrana’s Next Experiment Is A Biopic!

With the success of his recent movie ‘Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui,’ Ayushmann expresses a desire to play India’s Golden Boy- Neeraj Chopra someday!

Apart from the great acting skills and charismatic performances that he delivers in his movies, Ayushmann is also lauded for selecting the best of the scripts for his movies. Addressing social taboos in a commercial film is not an easy task and we appreciate Ayushmann for pulling this quite effortlessly in almost all of his projects. When the teaser of his movie “Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui” was released, fans on the internet were desperate to know which stigma topic the actor has picked for this one. Little did anyone expect what they witnessed in the movie, fans rejoice with his movie, even have declared it one of the best films to have been released since the pandemic, and rightly so, all credits to Vaani and Ayushmann and their team!

The actor was recently being asked about his next inspiration for the film and his instantaneous reply was Neeraj Chopra.

“I’m constantly inspired by real people who do extraordinary things. Right now, I’m hugely inspired by Neeraj Chopra and what this youth icon has achieved on the world stage and made our nation incredibly proud,” he said.

“The resolve and the nerves of steel that he showcased at the Olympics to win gold for India needs to be saluted. I would love to play him in a biopic if it’s made in the near future and if Neeraj chooses to not play himself on screen” he added further.

Neeraj Chopra became an overnight sensation with his Javelin throw that got India a gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics this year. On being approached about his biopic, the young athlete revealed that his first priority remains his sport and expressed his desire to win more gold medals first for the country.

“I have been approached to do biopics but I think what I have achieved is just the beginning. This was my first Olympics. I want to win more medals. I don’t want the movie to flop,” he said.

“If I can win more medals, I think then the movie too will be a hit. Right now, my entire focus is on sports, I haven’t thought about Bollywood,” he further added.

While Ayushmann has always considered himself a seeker of good films, upon being asked about what makes him choose a specific film over another, the actor said,

“Stories that move us, entertain us, spark a conversation. I love stories that people can relate to, are inspiring, and makes us ponder. I have actively sought such amazing scripts and have been fortunate enough to find some of these brilliant gems in my career so far,”

Ayushmann is currently enjoying all the credits he’s receiving for his recent film, the movie has been said to collect a decent 17.50 crore so far at the box office. He will soon be seen working on his other projects like “Anek” and “Doctor G”.

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