'Dream Girl' BEATS 'Badhaai Ho' To Become Ayushmann Khurrana's Biggest Grosser Ever
Ayushmann Khurrana's 'Dream Girl', which released last month, has emerged as the biggest hit of his career.
Trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted on Monday: "#DreamGirl crosses *lifetime biz* of #BadhaaiHo... Emerges #AyushmannKhurrana's highest grossing film... (Week 5) Fri 35 lakhs, Sat 60 lakhs, Sun 75 lakhs. Total: Rs 139.70 cr. #India biz."
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) October 14, 2019
The actor, who had made his Bollywood debut with "Vicky Donor" in 2012, is thrilled about the fact.
"As an artiste all you can really do is believe that you are picking a good film that will entertain audiences thoroughly. I have been lucky enough that more often than not, my films have worked at the box office and also got the acclaim that it deserved. It is always amazing to reach new milestones and I'm deeply overwhelmed with how my films are being received by audiences," said Ayushmann.
"I want to continue entertaining the people of my country and present them with content that is new, disruptive and thought provoking. The success of 'Dream Girl' is a total team effort backed by the brilliant script that bowled me over the moment I read it," added the actor, who gave back-to-back hits, including "Badhaai Ho" and "Andhadhun".
In "Dream Girl", a comedy drama directed by Raaj Shaandilyaa, Ayushmann played the role of a man with the talent of impersonating a woman's voice.
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