After the surprise success of ‘Vicky Donor’ (2012) Ayushmann Khurrana who debuted with the film wants to focus on Bollywood rather than television.
Talking to Times Of India, the 27-year-old said, “Vicky Donor has been one of the biggest debuts in the last decade. For now, movies are on my agenda. I will be more selective about my TV projects”.
Khurrana first started his career in 2004 when he featured in and won the hit MTV show ‘Roadies’. He then went on to become a VJ on MTV hosting a number of shows. He then made the transition from popular VJ to anchor, hosting shows like, ‘India’s Got Talent’, ‘Music Ka Maha Muqabala’ and ‘Just Dance’.
Speaking of his upcoming projects, the new B-town entrant says, “I am doing Hamara Bajaj. It is being produced by John Abraham. I’m doing an untitled Rohan Sippy movie and the sequel to Tere Bin Laden”.
‘Vicky Donor’ was made on a shoestring budget of 5 crore and went on to do business of 45 crore at the indian box office. The film also marked John Abraham’s entry in to production.