Bollywood actor, Ayushman Khuranna turns 36-year-old on September 13. Calling Ayushmman only as an actor is not justifiable. The versatility that he had showcased till date is commendable. Be it singing, acting, dancing, he aced it all. Over the times Ayushmman has proved his skills through the roles and films he does.
The ‘Vicky Donor’ actor has started his career through Television. He participated in the hit MTV reality show ‘Roadies’ and came out as the winner of the show.
Recently, the actor has been roped as a celebrity advocate for promoting rights #ForEveryChild by Unicef India. Joining the likes of David Beckham, who work on the campaign globally, Ayushmann will support UNICEF towards its work around ending violence against children, in India. Ayushmann will be promoting rights #ForEveryChild.
On the occasion of Ayushmman’s birthday, let’s have a look at some of his promising roles with a social message:
The movie has quashed the body-shaming and racist nature of the society. Ayushmann is seen playing the role of a guy who suffers from the condition and revolves around his love life struggles and how he gets demotivated because of his looks.
In October 2018, Ayuhsmann gave two back to back hits with ‘Andhadhun’ and ‘Badhaai Ho’. Revolving around a family wherein a middle-aged woman accidentally conceives a child again, the film had many layers to it with a strong social message.
Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan
Promoting gay marriage, the film also stars method actor Jitendra Kumar. The story revolves around Ayushmman and Jitendra who are madly in love with each other and are struggling to make peace with their families.
This movie is about a police officer from a privileged urban background is sent to rural north India, where his honesty does not sit well with the corrupt system. Apart from the struggle of the Ayushmman, the film highlights the plight of scheduled caste and untouchability in India.