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Ayushmann Khurrana: I am a huge fan of Kishore Kumar


AUGUST 04,2020

Ayushmann Khurrana

Ayushmann Khurrana on Tuesday paid tribute to legendary singer Kishore Kumar on his 91st birth anniversary and said that he has always been his huge fan.

Ayushmann shared a throwback video on Instagram, where he sings "O Mere Dil Ke Chain" from the 1972 film "Mere Jeevan Saathi". Ayushmann, who also an accomplished singer and has given a number of hits said: "I am a huge fan of Kishore Kumar and this is one of my all time favourites. I can pretty much hear it all day on loop." The actor said Kishore Kumar could sing any genre of music.

"Kishore Kumar had a magical voice. He could sing any genre of music -- be it soulful, peppy or even sad. He had a different perspective to life and a unique sense of humour," he added.

The "Bala" star had recorded the video a few years ago and shared it on the photo - sharing website.

He captioned the clip: "Happy birthday Kishore da! #KishoreKumar This video was shot in July 2018, Krakow, Poland. We were shooting the climax of Andhadhun and @akshayvarma04 and I jammed in between shots, as usual.

Ayushmann will be seen playing a cross functional athlete in an upcoming film directed by Abhishek Kapoor. The film is pitched as a progressive love story.

The yet-untitled film is set in north India and its shooting schedule will begin in October.

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