Vicky Donor (2012)
Ayushmann played Vicky Arora, a man who sells his sperms to earn money. It was a never-seen-before scenario which talked about how couples are pressured so much by society to have children. Vicky meets an ambitious accountant Ashima Roy (Yami Gautam) and they fall in love after overcoming several hurdles. Ashima, ironically, turns out to be infertile and that’s when Vicky opens up to her about his past. With the help of his mentor, Dr Baldev Chaddha (Annu Kapoor), makes her realise that what he did brought joy to the lives of so many couples. Seeing that Ashima begins to love him even more and the couple decides to adopt a baby.
Dum Laga Ke Haisha (2015)
Body shaming is a persistent problem in our society. However, if you’re willing to look beyond the obvious, you might find a warm, caring person underneath all the flab. That’s the message put out by the film Dum Laga Ke Haisha. Ayushmann marries an overweight Bhumi due to family pressure. She’s employed as a teacher while his cassette shop is in a state of decline. The couple has a patchy start, and she feels humiliated by him at every step, though they do share some moments of tenderness. It takes a race where he has to carry her atop his back over a long distance to act as a catalyst before understanding dawns and he begins to think of her as a soul mate.
Andhadhun is inspired by a French short film called The Piano Tuner. Akash (Ayushmann Khurrana) is a talented pianist who pretends to be blind because he feels it’ll help enhance his craft. A faded yesteryears star Pramod Sinha (Anil Dhawan), is enamoured by his talent and invites him over for a private performance on the occasion of his anniversary, meaning it to be as a surprise for his much younger wife, Simi (Tabu). Unfortunately for everyone involved, Pramod has been killed by Simi’s paramour, (played by Manav Vij) and the ‘blind’ piano player witnesses the duo disposing off the body. He soon finds that his handicap isn’t going to help him flee the clutches of the criminals after all.
Dream Girl (2019)
Karam (Ayushmann) has the ability to sound like a woman. Hence has been playing Radha and Seeta in his neighbourhood plays. He comes to know that his father has run a large debt. He desperately wants a job and his desperation leads him to a small electronic store in Faridabad where the owner (Rajesh Sharma) runs a secret call centre specialising in ‘friendship’ chat. Thanks to his mimicry skills, Ayushmann soon becomes Pooja, and soon has callers falling in love with his voice. Mahi (Nushrat Barucha) plays Karam’s love interest. Her brother Mahendra (Abhishek Sharma) ends up falling in love with Pooja and creates the first twist in the plot.
Article 15 (2019)
Ayushmann plays a humane cop in pursuit of justice and makes his character’s struggle sound real. An idealistic officer posted in the back of the beyond takes up the fight against the system. Fighting for what he feels is right even when the whole world is against him. Ayushmann Khurrana plays an IPS officer Ayan Ranjan who is posted in a rural backwater.
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