Home Content Ayushmann Khurrana has been in the industry for nine years and is now known as Bollywood’s content king.

Ayushmann Khurrana has been in the industry for nine years and is now known as Bollywood’s content king.


Ayushmann Khurrana has wowed us with one excellent performance after another since his debut in Vicky Donor, now in his ninth year in Bollywood (2012).

He doesn’t believe in sticking to a formula and has been known to take chances when it comes to choosing films & scripts.

Cine Talkies has compiled a list of the Top 9 Ayushmann Khurrana films that you should see.

Vicky Donor (2012)


Ayushmann played Vicky Arora, a man who made money by selling his sperm. It was a never-before-seen scenario that discussed how society puts so much pressure on couples to have children. It could easily have devolved into a cheesy sex comedy, but it didn’t. Vicky meets Ashima Roy (Yami Gautam), an ambitious accountant, and the two fall in love after overcoming many obstacles.

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.

Bareilly Ki Barfi (2017)


Bitti Mishra ( Kriti Sanon) is a cheerful girl who is her father’s apple “a glance Bitti’s mother, like most Indian mothers, hopes that her lovely daughter will marry soon.

Bitti is looking for someone who can understand her and, most importantly, appreciate her for who she is. She is confident in her abilities “As she reads the book Bareilly Ki Barfi, she realizes she’s found the one.

Andhadhun (2018)


Andhadhun is based on the short film The Piano Tuner, which was made in France. Akash (Ayushmann Khurrana) is a gifted pianist who pretends to be blind in order to improve his skills. Pramod Sinha (Anil Dhawan), a fading yesteryears star, is enamored with his talent and invites him over for a private performance on his anniversary, ostensibly as a surprise for his wife.

Unfortunately for everyone involved, Pramod has been murdered by Simi’s lover (Manav Vij), and the “blind’ piano player witnesses the duo taking the body. He quickly discovers that his handicap would not aid him in eluding the criminals.

Article 15 (2019)


Ayushmann portrays a compassionate cop seeking justice, and he makes his character’s struggle seem genuine.

An idealistic officer stationed in the far reaches of the universe joins the war against the system, standing up for what he believes is right even though the whole world is against him.

Ayushmann Khurrana plays Ayan Ranjan, an IPS officer stationed in a rural backwater.

Dream Girl (2019)


Karam (Ayushmann) has the ability to imitate the voice of a woman, so he has been playing Radha and Seeta in local plays. He learns that his father has racked up a sizable debt.

His desperation leads him to a small electronic store in Faridabad, where the owner (Rajesh Sharma) runs a hidden call center that specializes in “friendship” chat.

Ayushmann quickly transforms into Pooja thanks to his mimicry skills, and callers fall in love with his voice.

Bala (2019)


While at school, Balmukund Shukla (Ayushmann Khurrana) was proud of his luxurious hair.

He was the SRK of his Kanpur mohalla as a child.

He has male trait baldness while still in his twenties, which is unfortunate for him. His self-assurance is shattered.

His job suffers, and his love life suffers as well. He seeks a variety of treatments but is unable to find a cure.



Erectile dysfunction is a subject that is seldom discussed in our culture. It’s a treatable disorder, but due to our erroneous patriarchal views, only a small percentage of those who suffer from it seek medical help. The spouse of the person who is suffering from it often abandons her husband.

Badhai Ho (2018)


What exactly does age have to do with sex or pregnancy? More and more couples past their age are becoming parents thanks to IVF and other fertility techniques. Badhaai Ho takes a comic look at such a situation through the eyes of Gajraj Rao and Neena Gupta, who play a middle-aged couple.

Since they believe she is past childbearing age, they fail to take the requisite precautions and, to their surprise, become pregnant again. Surprisingly, they choose to keep the boy, much to the dismay of their older children and other relatives.


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