It’s only been a few days that Ayushmann Khurana has landed National Award for Best Actor for the consummate role he played in Hindi Feature Film Andhadhun and delivering an intellect movie like Article 15. Once again, he is all set to back hold his audience with another brilliant, quirky and offbeat script for his upcoming movie titled ‘Dream Girl’.
Following the trailer launch of ‘Dream Girl’ by Balaji Motion Pictures, the social media is flooded with the memes and chit chats over our bankable star, Ayushman Khurana’s deviant script choices. Ayushmann Khurana is sharing the screen with Nushrat Bharucha as the lead role opposite to him, seen in a relationship with him. The film showcases other veteran actors like Annu Kapoor as Ayushmann’s father, Vijay Raaz, Sumona Chakravarti, Manjot Singh in pivotal roles.
In 2018 November, Ayushmann announced the Indian romantic comedy-drama movie as his upcoming project. On 3rd December, Ayushmann in a saree is shown as the first look poster of the film. The trailer was launched on 12th August 2019 announcing its release date on 13th September 2019. The movie is written as well as directed by Raaj Shaandilyaa and is produced by Ekta Kapoor’s production house, Shobha Kapoor, and Ashish Singh.
The trailer launch has created a sensation among the netizens. Ayushmann featuring as Lokesh Bisht is well-known for playing female mythological characters like Sita and Radha for the stage shows. He becomes a subject of the gag as except giving birth; he can do every household task like stitching, knitting and speaking like women. This quality of his aid in landing a job in sex call centre under an alias name ‘Pooja’.
Following this, the twist in the story commences when the male, as well as female clients of his, fell in love with the sensual voice and flirtatious talks of Pooja. As her popularity augments, the search for her real identity also paces up.
Ayushmann has dubbed all the dialogues of Lokesh and approximately 25% of the dialogues of Pooja by himself. In an interview to Mid-day, he told, “I had to deliver 25 percent of my dialogues in a woman’s voice. Since I come from a radio background, it’s easier for me to modulate my voice. I have spent years behind the mic, mimicking different people. Raaj had given me the references of a few men, who prank people by talking like a woman. I studied those videos extensively.”
He added, “To transition between voices was challenging, but it wasn’t one bit exhausting. I am naturally drawn to different characters, so this was an adventure.”
The social media users are intrigued as well as have left everyone in splits after watching the trailer of the most-awaited comedy-drama movie ‘Dream Girl’.