Ayushmann Khurrana, who is known for portraying diverse roles, has garnered audience appreciation for choosing films that are unique and also socially relevant having done films like Vicky Donor, Shubh Mangal Saavdhan, Badhaai Ho and his upcoming films, Bala, Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan and Article 15 to name a few.
Talking about his content choices, the actor said in reports, "If you look at my content choices, you will realise that I'm backing projects that do have something to say, something to make us think, something for us to discuss but at the same time, all of them are films that will entertain audiences in their own way."
Speaking on his next three films, Ayushmann said to ANI, "Article 15 is a gritty investigative drama based on incidents inspired by real life. For those who want to see a good investigative film, this film will surely captivate them and keep them on the edge of their seats throughout. Bala tackles premature balding and it is a universal subject matter. Balding affects majority of men in India and the world and we are trying to tell this story in the most innovative and entertaining matter."
Speaking on Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan that is based on the subject of homosexuality, the actor said that it will make people "ponder" and yet leave "a smile on their face."
"This film is addressing the issue of homosexuality in India but we are again telling the story in the most compelling yet light-hearted manner that will make people ponder and yet have a smile on their face. It will make them celebrate inclusivity that needs to be cherished and treasured," he said.
Ayushmann added that the love received by the audience has given him the power to back different projects.
"I think audiences have given me a free pass to choose and champion such projects because I have only chosen to stand behind such differential content. I'm only thankful to all of them for standing by me and accepting my film choices. They have allowed diverse voices like me to create a space of my own and I will hate to disappoint them and not give them what they expect from me every time my film releases in theatres," he concluded in the interview.
Currently, the actor is awaiting the release of his upcoming film Article 15, based on the topic of caste discrimination in the country and is slated to hit theatres on June 28.