Shocking! Ayushmann was once told by Dharma Production they only work with stars

Ayushmann Khurana's old interview talking about Karan Johar has now gone viral. Netizens are bashing Dharma for only propagating Bollywood Nepotism.

Ayushmann Khurana is one of the most well-known actors in current times. He is experiencing an all-time high delivering massive hits one after another. The actor has managed to strike the perfect balance between commercial and niche cinema. However, there was a time when the actor was a novice in the industry. In an old interview with a magazine (now going viral), Ayushmann recalled the time he met Karan Johar and the two instantly hit it off. KJO even offered his office landline number for Ayushmann to call. But after multiple failed attempts at trying to reach him, Ayushmann was abruptly told by Dharma staff that they only work with stars.

Karan Johar has been facing the ire on social media since the sudden death of Kai Po Che actor Sushant Singh. While Sushant did not leave any note, many have speculated that isolation and ban from various production houses was the reason for his depression. Netizens have been bashing celebrities like Karan Johar and Alia Bhatt for running a tight club

Read the snippet from the viral interview here:


Ayushmann’s latest Amazon release Gulabo Sitabo has received rave reviews from the audience and critics. The movie stars Amitabh Bachchan and Vijay Raaz in pivotal roles.

Also Read- The Nepotism Debate: Sushant Singh Death Has Bollywood Divided

Meanwhile, Sushant’s death has triggered a row of the danger of nepotism in Bollywood. Many celebs have shared their experiences in the industry, calling in ruthless. However, the film fraternity has chosen to stay mum. Director Ram Gopal Varma and Swara Bhaskar came in support of the filmmaker and urged people to stop the blame game.

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