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Ayushmann Khurrana revealed that he doesn’t do film under the pressure of it making 100 crore

Ayushmann Khurrana who has delivered 6 hits in a row including "Dream Girl" that crossed 100 crores revealed that he doesn't do films with the intention or under the pressure that they have to rake in Rs 100 crore

Raaj Shaandilyaa directorial ‘Dream Girl’ starring Ayushmann Khurrana surpassed the ambitious Rs 100 crore mark. After his film ‘Badhaai Ho’ that got this year’s National Film Award for Best popular film, this the second Rs 100 crore film for Ayushmann Khurrana. Ayushmann’s Dream Girl is ruling the roost at the ticket window and has certainly emerged as a hit of 2019.

Ayushmann in his recent interview spoke about the Rs 100 crore club. He said, “Having another film in the Rs 100 crore club is obviously a nice moment for me though I never do films with the pressure to do Rs 100 crore every time I come on screen. As an artist, I would then open myself up to making compromises and I never want to do that. I want to back the original content at all times. I thrive by doing good cinema, films that make a mark because they are brilliantly written and brilliantly told on screen.”

Technically speaking Ayushmann’s “Dream Girl” in his first mass comedy. Talking about the same he said, “‘Dream Girl’ was my attempt at doing an out and out mass comedy and I’m delighted to be getting this kind of the love and appreciation from people pan India.” He also revealed that he is trying to choose quality content which not only breaks out but also stands out. He added, “This is an age of clutter-breaking cinema and the more it’s not routine or formulaic, the better its response from audiences.”

He also revealed that he will continue doing cinema that feels good. He also stated that good cinema today will also fetch good box office collections while even the audience will endorse quality today. He further admitted that even with six hits in a row the pressure is still immense to keep delivering superlative cinema to audiences. He said, “I think I will just have to back my natural instinct at choosing scripts because that’s what has given me hits and adulation.”

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