Ayushmann Khurrana Was A Part Of Five TV Shows Long Vicky Donor

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Ayushmann Khurrana comes a long way in Bollywood. He is one of the most talented and bankable stars in the Bollywood industry now. However, the journey of this self-made actor is very inspiring to all the newbie actors and actresses who want to do big in the Bollywood industry.

Most of us have known his way before he made a grand debut in Bollywood with Shoojit Sircar’s Vicky Donor.

Before the release of the movie, there was a big part of the struggle in his life where he participated in many TV shows, hosted many shows and also part of some Daily soaps.

Ayusmann Khurrana got his share of fame by becoming the finalist in season 2 of Roadies. Little do you know that Ayushmann Khurrana has done many other TV shows than just Roadies.

Take a look at his contribution to the TV industry when he was not a big star in Bollywood.

1. Channel V Popstars

Channel V Popstars is one of the coolest reality talent shows of that time. The show was aired on Channel V in 2002. Ayushmann Khurrana participated in the show when he was a teenager, just 17 years old.

Later on, he went on to be part of many other shows like India’s Got Talent, Just Dance, and MTV Roadies. In addition to this, Ayushmann Khurrana has worked as a radio jockey.

2. India’s Best

We have seen Ayushmann Khurrana hosting the talent hunt show ‘India’s Got Talent’. However, this is all connection between him and the show. In an interview, he accepted that he had also participated in the show once, but lost.

Well, when Ayushmann Khurrana participated in the show it was known as India’s best instead of Indian’s Got Talent.

He has been part of India’s best and then India’s got talent as a contestant and host respectively.

3. Kayamath

IN recent years, Ayushmann Khurrana has been part of some great cinemas in Bollywood. Even when his movies didn’t do well at the box office, he got lots of appreciation from fans and critics for his acting skills and screen presence in movies.

Little you know that Ayushmann Khurrana has co-authored a book titled cracking the code – My journey to Bollywood’ along with his wife Tahira Kashyap.

Ayushmann Khurrana is a multi-talented person with his outstanding skills as a television host, a singer, an actor, and an author. Hard to believe, but he is exceptionally good at every single one of them.

Ayushmann Khurrana had confessed in an interview that he signed some daily soap serials just to survive in the entertainment industry. He made his daily soap debut with the hit serial Kayamath back in 2007.

In the serial, he played the character of Saket Shergill for a few episodes. He was the Neev’s brother in the show.

4. MTV Roadies

Ayushmann Khurrana became a big name in the industry by his spectacular performance in the Hit television reality show MTV Roadies.

The show was already popular because of Devil twin Raghu Ram and Rajeev Laxman. After the successful TV show Roadies, Ayushman went on and joined MTV as a VJ.

Later, he started getting numbers of offers from the TV industry as an anchor in various shows. Ayushman Khurana said twin brothers from MTV Roadies are his mentors in the Bollywood Industry.

5. Ek Thi Rajkumari

Ayushmann Khurrana has played a negative character in the 2008 show Ek Thi Rajkumari. Ayushamann Khurrana was in the show for at least 3 months. He played the main villain named Prem in the serial.

Being the best friend of the male lead in the show, his work was to create obstacles in the life of lead characters. The showrunners even used his face in the show’s poster.

Apart from all this, Ayushmannn has a successful singing career. He makes sure that he gets the opportunity to sing at least one song in all of his movies.

He also used to sing singles now and then. Most of his songs become instant hits on YouTube. The story of this Chandigarh boy is very interesting and fascinating.

Ayushman Khurrana’s next release is Gulabo Sitabo in which he will be seen sharing screen space with Amitabh Bachchan. For Ayushmann Khurrana, this is just beginning, and he still has a long way to go.