There is a trend in Bollywood of movie-making on social issues that may connect well to the Indian audience. Whether it is the story of celebrated unsung warriors of India or simple rom-com of cities like Kanpur and Delhi. Bollywood is certainly making its mark by creating a list of quirky movies.
However, the fact is, most well-known quirky movies cast only one actor and it is so obvious that people are now giving him credit for his special genre. Here, we give you the list of movies that fall in Ayushmann Khurrana genre that are movies based on social issues and super funny at the same time.
1. Vicky Donor is on Sperm donation
Ayushmann Khurrana debut in Bollywood with Vicky Donor where he was donating sperms in a clinic. In the famous Karan Johar talk show, he revealed the fact that he waited 5 years for the script like this to enter into Bollywood.
2. Dum Laga Ke Haisha is on body-shamming and arranged marriage
It is a movie that shows the love story of two characters who have complexes. The movie tagline was love comes in all sizes and it revolves around the social issues of arrange marriage and body shaming.
3. Shubh Mangal Saavdhan is on Erectile Dysfunction
This movie shows a man having erectile dysfunction right before his marriage. This dark topic is super fun with the movie script. It shows how men think of this manly problem and how they should actually think about it.
4. Andhadhun is on focusing on what you do
Andhadhun makes Ayushmann a bankable celebrity in Bollywood and helps him get his first national award. He plays the role of a focused pianist who pretends to be blind just to focus more on music. Later on, he falls into tragedy.
This is a thriller movie and directed by Shri Ram Raghavan who is famous for making thriller movies. For instance, Ayushmann has prepared well for the role of a blind pianist as he attended the workshop to get the fine gesture of how blind people walk and appear in real life.
5. Badhaai Ho is on parents getting pregnant
It creates a laugh ride because such cases actually happened and nobody thinks it can turn out to be a good movie. Parents getting pregnant is common and connects really well to the audience. By this time, it is just another movie on the Ayushmann Khuranna genre.
6. Article 15 is on caste discrimination
First of all, this movie is not a comical ride. It shows more of an acting Ayushmann than a comedian Ayushmann. This movie is about caste discrimination and Ayushmann is playing the role of a police officer who is assigned in a village to serve his duty.
7. Dream Girl is on women impersonation and cross-gender
Fans were expecting what this movie would be, and when it hits the theatre, fans were really amazed to see Ayshmann Khurrana like never before. Dream Girl deals with the issue of women impersonation and cross-gender.
A line from the movie ‘Everyone needs a Pooja in their life to talk about his life, work, and other daily stuff’ has very deep meaning. This is why friendship call center works because people are now very lonely and they don’t trust each other.
8. Bala is on premature baldin
Bala is a hilarious journey of main character Bala who suffers premature balding and loses his hair at the age of 25. People around him have an image of him and he also doesn’t like the hair loss he was suffering.
In the end, he came to the conclusion that it doesn’t matter how he looks, and remove the artificial hair and cap he used to wear to hide his premature balding.
9. Shubh Mangal Jyada Saavdhan is on Homosexuality
And finally, the coming of age movie from Ayushmann Khurrana is coming this year where he is talking about the social issue of homosexuality. The concept was talked many times in movies and web-series in a different genre.
However, it hadn’t affected much but this time it is talked in Ayushmann’s movie and it must impact the Indian Audience. Critics are praising this movie and fans are already praising Ayushmann for going this boldness for the movie.
The movie includes a gay liplock between Ayushmann Khurrana and Jitendra Kumar who is the love interest of Ayshmann Khuranna in this movie.