Ayushmann Khurrana on sending out powerful social messages with Bala

Brenda Watkins
November 11, 2019

Ayushmann Khurrana has proved that he is king of content and with his films, he is proving that he is also ruling the box office. His previous films like-Dream Girl, Badhaai Ho, Article 15, Shubh Mangal Saavdhan and Andhadhun had earned Rs 10.05 crore, 7.35 crore, Rs 5.02 crore, Rs 2.71 crore and Rs 2.42 crore, respectively on their first day at the box office. Bala is already the biggest opener of Ayushmann's career.

He shared a amusing picture of a bald man riding a bicycle as he crosses the Bala poster, captured just in time when the man's bald head replaces that of Ayushmann's on the poster. Right from the one-liners, songs, story-line to ideal cast, Bala is a complete package.

Ayushmann thanked the audience for the love it has been showering on the film. "I only hope that the film entertains the whole of India because only this way we will be able to communicate everything that Bala is trying to say and spark a thought shift", added the actor, who plays a man suffering from premature balding in the film that released on November 8.

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Mumbai: Ayushmann Khurrana, Yami Gautam and Bhumi Pednekar starrer Bala has finally hit the theatres and it has taken a flying start at the box office.

Helmed by Stree-famed director Amar Kaushik, film Bala has received unanimously positive reviews with critics praising the 35-year-old actor for his performance.

His recently released film, Bala has beaten Dream Girl for being Ayushmann Khurrana's highest opening grosser with collecting 10.15 crores.

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