Ayushmann Khurrana Reveals The Reason Why His Kids Don’t Watch His Films

Ayushmann Khurrana will soon be seen playing the role of an Investigating Police Officer in Anubhav Sinha’s ‘Article 15‘. After giving 2 back-to-back silver screen hits with AndhaDhun and Badhaai Ho last year,  Ayushmann is now making a comeback with the release of Anubhav Sinha directorial Article 15. The film’s story is based on the (in)famous Badaun rape case and takes a leaf of the Article 15 in the Constitution of India which states that there won’t be any discrimination among the citizens of the country on the basis of caste, creed, religion or gender.

Ayushmann Khurrana Shares The Reason Why His Kids Don’t Watch His Films

As mentioned above, based on true life happenings, the film will show Ayushmann Khurrana playing the character of a cop. Released a few days back, Article 15’s trailer has already gathered a lot of limelight. While Ayushmann’s movies have been a huge hit in the recent past, be it Bareilly Ki Barfi or Badhaai Ho (which even crossed the Rs 100 crore mark). There is some interesting news coming straight from Ayushmann’s own home. It turns out that his kids don’t watch his films at all.

During a sitting with TOI, when Ayushmann was asked about how his kids Virajveer and Varushka deal with his stardom. He replied that his kids are aware of the fact that their father is an actor but they’re still letting the feeling sink in. He further added that being of pretty young age at this point in time, they don’t get his movies at all and so they don’t watch any of his movies.

When asked about his formula for work-life balance and how he manages to take time out for his family, he said that it is difficult for young actors to strike a balance between professional and personal life, especially if you’re married.

Meanwhile, there is one thing more to mention about Ayushmann that his wife Tahira Kashyap is herself a well known author. And the couple more recently dealt with Tahira’s cancer treatment in an appreciable way.



Gaurav Gupta

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