List of Ayushmann Khurrana performances

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Khurrana in 2012

Ayushmann Khurrana is an Indian actor, singer, and television host who works in Hindi films. Khurrana first appeared in 2004 teen drama reality show MTV Roadies, winning the second season of the show.[1] He went to star in many other MTV shows, including MTV Fully Faltoo Movies, Cheque De India and Jaadoo Ek Baar, and hosted multiple television shows, including India's Got Talent and Music Ka Maha Muqqabla.[2][3] In 2012, he made his feature film debut with the romantic comedy Vicky Donor, about sperm donation,[4][5] which received critical acclaim and performed strongly at the box office.[6][7][8] Khurrana's performance won him the Filmfare Award for Best Male Playback Singer (for the song "Pani Da Rang"),[9] Screen Award for Best Male Debut,[10] Producers Guild Film Award for Best Male Debut,[11] and Producers Guild Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer.[11] He then starred in a series of commercially unsuccessful films, including the comedy-drama Nautanki Saala (2013),[12] romantic comedy Bewakoofiyaan (2014),[13] and drama Hawaizaada (2015).[14]

In 2015, Khurrana starred in the Sharat Katariya-directed romantic drama Dum Laga Ke Haisha opposite Bhumi Pednekar.[15] His performance was praised,[16][17][18] and the film emerged as a commercial success.[19][20] He then starred in Meri Pyaari Bindu (2017), Bareilly Ki Barfi (2017), and Shubh Mangal Saavdhan (2017).[15] The latter two were commercially successful.[15] In 2018, he starred in the black comedy Andhadhun and the comedy-drama Badhaai Ho.[21][22] The former grossed ₹4.56 billion (US$64 million) worldwide, and became one of Indian cinema's biggest grossers;[23] for his performance he won the National Film Award for Best Actor (shared with Vicky Kaushal for Uri: The Surgical Strike) and the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor.[24][25] Badhaai Ho became a sleeper hit, earning over ₹2.21 billion (US$31 million) worldwide.[23][26] This success continued with Khurrana's 2019 releases, Article 15, Dream Girl, and Bala.[27][28] For the first of these, he won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor,[29] and Screen Award for Best Actor (Critics).[30] In the comedy Bala, he played a man plagued with premature balding and in Dream Girl, he starred as a cross-gender actor.[31][32][33]

Film[edit]

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Film Role Note(s) Ref(s)
2012 Vicky Donor Vicky Arora [4]
2013 Nautanki Saala! Ram "RP" Parmar [34]
2014 Bewakoofiyaan Mohit Chaddha [35]
2015 Hawaizaada Shivkar Bapuji Talpade [36]
Dum Laga Ke Haisha Prem Tiwari Released internationally as My Big Fat Bride [37]
2017 Meri Pyaari Bindu Abhimanyu Roy [38]
Bareilly Ki Barfi Chirag Dubey [39]
Shubh Mangal Saavdhan Mudit Sharma [40]
Tumhari Sulu Himself Special appearance [41]
2018 Andhadhun Akash Saraf [42]
Badhaai Ho Nakul Kaushik [43]
2019 Article 15 ACP Ayaan Ranjan [44]
Dream Girl Karamveer "Karam" Singh (Pooja) [45]
Bala Balmukund "Bala" Shukla [46]
2020 Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan Kartik Singh [47]
Gulabo Sitabo Baankey Released on Amazon Prime Video [48]
2021 Chandigarh Kare Aashiquidagger TBA Filming [49]

Television[edit]

Year Show Role Note(s) Ref(s)
2004 MTV Roadies (Season 2) Contestant Winner [50]
2007 Kayamath Saket Shergil [51]
2008 MTV Wassup, The Voice of Youngistaan Video Jockey Co-hosted the show with MTV VJs Bani J and Vineet Modi [52]
MTV Fully Faltoo Movie – Cheque De India Fakir Khan Spoof of Chak De! India [2]
MTV Fully Faltoo Movie – Jadoo Ekbar Prince Jalebi Spoof of Jodhaa Akbar [53]
MTV Roadies Hell Down Under Anchor Anchor for the auditions only [54]
Ek Thi Rajkumari Prem [55]
2009 India's Got Talent (Season 1) Anchor Co-hosted the show with Nikhil Chinapa [56]
Rock on with MTV (Season 1) Anchor for the auditions only [57]
Stripped [54]
2010 Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah Himself Guest appearance (to promote IPL 3) [58]
Extra Innings T20 for Indian Premier League (Season 3) Presenter Co-hosted the show with Gaurav Kapur, Samir Kochhar and Angad Bedi [59]
India's Got Talent (Season 2) Anchor Co-hosted the show with Nikhil Chinapa [60]
Rock on with MTV (Season 2) Co-hosted the show with Lisa Haydon [61]
2011 MTV Grind [62]
Just Dance [51]
2014 1st Star Box Office India Awards Ceremony [63]
2018 25th Star Screen Awards Co-host [64]

Discography[edit]

Year Song Album Composer Note(s) Ref(s)
2012 "Pani Da Rang" Vicky Donor Rochak Kohli [65]
2013 "Saddi Gali" Nautanki Saala! Rochak Kohli [66]
"Tu Hi Tu" Rochak Kohli [67]
"O Heeriye" Single Rochak Kohli Features Rhea Chakraborty [68]
2014 "Khaamakhaan" Bewakoofiyaan Raghu Dixit Duet with Neeti Mohan [69]
"Mitti Di Khusboo" Single Rochak Kohli Features Huma Qureshi [70]
2015 "Dil-E-Naadan" Hawaizaada Ayushmann Khurrana Rendition of Mirza Ghalib's version [71]
"Moh Moh Ke Dhage (Reprise)" Dum Laga Ke Haisha Anu Malik [72]
"Yahin Hoon Main" Single Rochak Kohli Features Yami Gautam [65]
2016 "Ik Vaari" Single Aparshakti Khurana Features Aisha Sharma [73]
2017 "Hareyaa (Rock version)" Meri Pyaari Bindu Sachin–Jigar [74]
"Orrey Mon" Single Upal Sengupta Features Ritabhari Chakraborty [66]
"Nazm Nazm" Bareilly Ki Barfi Arko [66]
"Kanha (Unplugged)" Shubh Mangal Savdhan Tanishk-Vayu [75]
2018 "Aap Se Milkar (Reprise)" Andhadhun Amit Trivedi [76]
"Naina Da Kya Kasoor" Amit Trivedi [65]
"Chan Kitthan" Single Rochak Kohli Features Pranitha Subhash [65]
"Nain Na Jodeen" Badhaai Ho Rochak Kohli [77]
2019 "Intezaar (Reprise)" Article 15 Anurag Saikia [78]
"Ik Mulakat (Reprise)" Dream Girl Meet Bros [79]
"Ab Teri Baari (with Naezy)" Single Clinton Cerejo [66]
2020 "Mere Liye Tum Kaafi Ho" Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan Tanishk-Vayu [65]
"Arrey Pyaar Kar Le" Tanishk Bagchi [80]

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