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Taboo breaker as my zone: Ayushmann Khurrana

Talent comes later, but commerce is primary, says Ayushmann Khurrana
Ayushmann Khurrana

Karishma Upadhyay   |     |   Published 21.10.18, 03:46 PM

Hippie; Penguin Viking, Rs 399

This book by Paulo Coelho is the closest to an autobiographical novel he has written in recent times. The story is of a young, scruffy Brazilian boy called Paulo who, influenced by the dominant hippie culture in the ’70s, sets off to find a greater meaning of life. The recently-concluded Woodstock festival and the need for peace that swept the generation thereafter form the backdrop to Paulo’s story.

From Peru, Chile, Argentina to Central Asia and Kathmandu, his travels take him everywhere as he searches for himself and discovers love that later helps him decide the course of his life. Interspersed with philosophical musings that are trademark Coelho, this one’s a close look at the author’s life and something you wouldn’t want to miss if you’re a Coelho fan.

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Hippie; Penguin Viking, Rs 399

This book by Paulo Coelho is the closest to an autobiographical novel he has written in recent times. The story is of a young, scruffy Brazilian boy called Paulo who, influenced by the dominant hippie culture in the ’70s, sets off to find a greater meaning of life. The recently-concluded Woodstock festival and the need for peace that swept the generation thereafter form the backdrop to Paulo’s story.

From Peru, Chile, Argentina to Central Asia and Kathmandu, his travels take him everywhere as he searches for himself and discovers love that later helps him decide the course of his life. Interspersed with philosophical musings that are trademark Coelho, this one’s a close look at the author’s life and something you wouldn’t want to miss if you’re a Coelho fan.

Hippie; Penguin Viking, Rs 399

This book by Paulo Coelho is the closest to an autobiographical novel he has written in recent times. The story is of a young, scruffy Brazilian boy called Paulo who, influenced by the dominant hippie culture in the ’70s, sets off to find a greater meaning of life. The recently-concluded Woodstock festival and the need for peace that swept the generation thereafter form the backdrop to Paulo’s story.

From Peru, Chile, Argentina to Central Asia and Kathmandu, his travels take him everywhere as he searches for himself and discovers love that later helps him decide the course of his life. Interspersed with philosophical musings that are trademark Coelho, this one’s a close look at the author’s life and something you wouldn’t want to miss if you’re a Coelho fan.

With every film, Ayushmann Khurrana continues to cement his place as one of the most exciting actors in the industry. After some very successful outings as the ‘galli da munda’ in Vicky Donor, Shubh Mangal Saavdhan and Bareilly Ki Barfi, the 34-year-old actor threw a curveball with Sriram Raghavan’s noir thriller Andhadhun. The film is successfully running in theatres across the country, and now Ayushmann has Badhaai Ho — a film that revolves around his character’s mother, played by Neena Gupta, getting pregnant — is also drawing in the crowds.

During an interview with t2 in his trailer at Mehboob Studio in Mumbai recently, Ayushmann revealed why it pays to not have an ego and and how he’s changed in the last one year.   

With every film, Ayushmann Khurrana continues to cement his place as one of the most exciting actors in the industry. After some very successful outings as the ‘galli da munda’ in Vicky Donor, Shubh Mangal Saavdhan and Bareilly Ki Barfi, the 34-year-old actor threw a curveball with Sriram Raghavan’s noir thriller Andhadhun. The film is successfully running in theatres across the country, and now Ayushmann has Badhaai Ho — a film that revolves around his character’s mother, played by Neena Gupta, getting pregnant — is also drawing in the crowds.

During an interview with t2 in his trailer at Mehboob Studio in Mumbai recently, Ayushmann revealed why it pays to not have an ego and and how he’s changed in the last one year.   

With every film, Ayushmann Khurrana continues to cement his place as one of the most exciting actors in the industry. After some very successful outings as the ‘galli da munda’ in Vicky Donor, Shubh Mangal Saavdhan and Bareilly Ki Barfi, the 34-year-old actor threw a curveball with Sriram Raghavan’s noir thriller Andhadhun. The film is successfully running in theatres across the country, and now Ayushmann has Badhaai Ho — a film that revolves around his character’s mother, played by Neena Gupta, getting pregnant — is also drawing in the crowds.

During an interview with t2 in his trailer at Mehboob Studio in Mumbai recently, Ayushmann revealed why it pays to not have an ego and and how he’s changed in the last one year.   

With every film, Ayushmann Khurrana continues to cement his place as one of the most exciting actors in the industry. After some very successful outings as the ‘galli da munda’ in Vicky Donor, Shubh Mangal Saavdhan and Bareilly Ki Barfi, the 34-year-old actor threw a curveball with Sriram Raghavan’s noir thriller Andhadhun. The film is successfully running in theatres across the country, and now Ayushmann has Badhaai Ho — a film that revolves around his character’s mother, played by Neena Gupta, getting pregnant — is also drawing in the crowds.

During an interview with t2 in his trailer at Mehboob Studio in Mumbai recently, Ayushmann revealed why it pays to not have an ego and and how he’s changed in the last one year.   

With every film, Ayushmann Khurrana continues to cement his place as one of the most exciting actors in the industry. After some very successful outings as the ‘galli da munda’ in Vicky Donor, Shubh Mangal Saavdhan and Bareilly Ki Barfi, the 34-year-old actor threw a curveball with Sriram Raghavan’s noir thriller Andhadhun. The film is successfully running in theatres across the country, and now Ayushmann has Badhaai Ho — a film that revolves around his character’s mother, played by Neena Gupta, getting pregnant — is also drawing in the crowds.

During an interview with t2 in his trailer at Mehboob Studio in Mumbai recently, Ayushmann revealed why it pays to not have an ego and and how he’s changed in the last one year.   

With every film, Ayushmann Khurrana continues to cement his place as one of the most exciting actors in the industry. After some very successful outings as the ‘galli da munda’ in Vicky Donor, Shubh Mangal Saavdhan and Bareilly Ki Barfi, the 34-year-old actor threw a curveball with Sriram Raghavan’s noir thriller Andhadhun. The film is successfully running in theatres across the country, and now Ayushmann has Badhaai Ho — a film that revolves around his character’s mother, played by Neena Gupta, getting pregnant — is also drawing in the crowds.

During an interview with t2 in his trailer at Mehboob Studio in Mumbai recently, Ayushmann revealed why it pays to not have an ego and and how he’s changed in the last one year.   

With every film, Ayushmann Khurrana continues to cement his place as one of the most exciting actors in the industry. After some very successful outings as the ‘galli da munda’ in Vicky Donor, Shubh Mangal Saavdhan and Bareilly Ki Barfi, the 34-year-old actor threw a curveball with Sriram Raghavan’s noir thriller Andhadhun. The film is successfully running in theatres across the country, and now Ayushmann has Badhaai Ho — a film that revolves around his character’s mother, played by Neena Gupta, getting pregnant — is also drawing in the crowds.

During an interview with t2 in his trailer at Mehboob Studio in Mumbai recently, Ayushmann revealed why it pays to not have an ego and and how he’s changed in the last one year.   

With every film, Ayushmann Khurrana continues to cement his place as one of the most exciting actors in the industry. After some very successful outings as the ‘galli da munda’ in Vicky Donor, Shubh Mangal Saavdhan and Bareilly Ki Barfi, the 34-year-old actor threw a curveball with Sriram Raghavan’s noir thriller Andhadhun. The film is successfully running in theatres across the country, and now Ayushmann has Badhaai Ho — a film that revolves around his character’s mother, played by Neena Gupta, getting pregnant — is also drawing in the crowds.

During an interview with t2 in his trailer at Mehboob Studio in Mumbai recently, Ayushmann revealed why it pays to not have an ego and and how he’s changed in the last one year.   

With every film, Ayushmann Khurrana continues to cement his place as one of the most exciting actors in the industry. After some very successful outings as the ‘galli da munda’ in Vicky Donor, Shubh Mangal Saavdhan and Bareilly Ki Barfi, the 34-year-old actor threw a curveball with Sriram Raghavan’s noir thriller Andhadhun. The film is successfully running in theatres across the country, and now Ayushmann has Badhaai Ho — a film that revolves around his character’s mother, played by Neena Gupta, getting pregnant — is also drawing in the crowds.

During an interview with t2 in his trailer at Mehboob Studio in Mumbai recently, Ayushmann revealed why it pays to not have an ego and and how he’s changed in the last one year.   



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