Actor Ayushmann Khurrana, who made it big in Bollywood with his debut film, Vicky Donor, says he will now focus more on films rather than on TV shows.
“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,” said the 27-year-old, who started his showbiz journey as one of the contestants on season two of Roadies.
Directed by Shoojit Sircar and produced by John Abraham, Vicky Donor that was made on a R5 crore budget, earned R45 crore.
Ayushmann says that he is enjoying the fame, but it has not got into his head.
“I am surely relishing the added fame and attention that I am getting now, but I know how to handle fame. It’s all in your head. If you start taking yourself too seriously, you will end up killing yourself,” he said.
Taking about his upcoming projects, the actor says, “I am doing a film titled, Hamara Bajaj. This one’s again produced by John Abraham. I’m also doing an untitled Rohan Sippy (director) movie, and the sequel to Tere Bin Laden is still in talks.”
The actor, who was seen romancing a bengali character in Vicky Donor, was recently in Kolkata as a show stopper for fashion designer Jaya Misra.
Talking about the city, he said, “I love the laid back attitude of the people here. They are so relaxed and cool I surely like the city.”