Mumbai, Sep 13. Actor Ayushmann Khurrana says his goal as an artist is to constantly tell people not to stereotype themselves or others.
He said his film ‘Dream Girl’, which celebrates its second anniversary of release on Monday, was intended to do just that.
Ayushmann said, âConsciously or unconsciously, we are constantly conditioned to stereotype everything around us. Sometimes we are not even aware that we are either stereotyped, or stereotypical, or stereotypical ourselves.
The star thanks her director Raaj Shaandilyaa and producer Ekta Kapoor for trying to convey this important message through the film.
âI loved the script for ‘Dream Girl’ because it told us not to stereotype ourselves as it would prevent us from realizing our potential and making a difference. He told us that when we break that cycle, we can act for positive change in society, âthe actor said.
He added, âMy character Karamveer broke stereotypes when he decided to become Pooja. For me, that was a new and disruptive thought and it struck me because I’m constantly on the lookout for topics that stand out and have a message to convey to the public. “
Ayushmann reveals that he will be sated as an actor if he continues to be on this stereotypical shattering mission.
âIf you watch the movies I made like Bala, Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhaan, you will see that I try to tell people not to stereotype themselves. I hope I can get some really good scripts that will help me. to push that message more. It would make me really happy as an artist, âhe said.
Ayushmann is currently awaiting the release of his three films ‘Anek’, ‘Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui’ and ‘Doctor G’.
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