Ayushmann Khurrana develops six-pack abs for YRF movie
Mumbai: Actor Ayushmann Khurrana reveals he has developed a six-pack for his new film under the Yash Raj Films (YRF) banner. He plays a squash player in the movie.
The ‘Vicky Donor’ star has flaunted the perfect abs on the cover of Men`s Health magazine`s latest issue.
"This (the abs) is of course, for my next film Yash Raj Films project with Sonam Kapoor. I have some body shots in the film. I play a squash player, so that was the need of the character," the 28-year-old said here at the launch of the magazine cover.
The six-pack mania became popular in Bollywood courtesy actors like Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan and Ranveer Singh.
Ayushmann believes everyone builds abs for one reason or the other.
"I think nobody builds or tries to build abs without any reason. It`s quite difficult, it`s not easy. It is for a particular character," he said.
Ayushmann believes being fit definitely contributes to a person`s confidence, irrespective of the profession he is in.
"I was very skinny as a kid and I was not as confident as I am right now. I was just another kid in the class and it was an all boys school, so I never used to crave for attention."
"...It`s not just about being in the industry. Anybody, be it a journalist or a cameraperson, if that person is fit, naturally that person will be confident," he added.
Ayushmann`s debut film ‘Vicky Donor’ recently fetched him the best debut award at the recently held International Indian Film Academy Awards (IIFA).
He is currently shooting for the new YRF project, while the shoot of "Hamara Bajaj" is delayed and it is expected to start only next year.
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