Bollywood actors Ayushmann Khurrana and Bhumi Pednekar carved out a niche with their pioneering roles in the 2015 romantic drama Dum Laga Ke Haisha. The movie broke a lot of stereotypes and brought the message of body positivity to the fore in a beautiful way. As the movie turned seven today, Ayushmann Khurrana shared a scene from the movie that holds a special place in his heart. The actor also shared the story of the scene.
Taking his Instagram handle, Ayushmann Khurrana recently shared his favorite scene from the 2015 film Dum Laga Ke Haisha. The scene had Ayushmann’s character, Prem, appearing for an English exam. Since he doesn’t know anything, he writes a letter to ask the teacher to pass it. Sharing the clip, Ayushmann Khurrana wrote, “7 years ago this little gem hit theaters without any fanfare. I had immense faith in the concept as it was my first film based on a social issue.”
He further mentioned why the scene held a special place in his heart. The actor wrote, “This scene holds a special place in my heart. I had made my voice weak for this film and while giving this voiceover, I had thought about my situation during my math exam for my preschool. -advice because I was always bad with numbers.” “In 2015, I had no idea how important opening numbers and word of mouth are. Just before this scene, I was playing cricket on the spot with some team members. Rishikesh ke school ke peeche ki jhaadiyon mein ball gum gayi thi and I couldn’t do my final touch up because my hair and makeup artists were busy looking for the ball,” the actor added.
Ayushmann thanks the team for Dum Laga Ke Haisha
Ayushmann Khurrana further thanked the team for Dum Laga ke Haisha. He mentioned that the music for the scene is called Prem’s theme and then gave his description. He wrote, “The background score for this scene is called Prem’s theme which was a beautiful improvisation by Papon. Anu Malik’s versatility could also be seen in this album.” “A real 90s setting, this film is a milestone in my career. Thank you Sharat for this gem. Kya kamaal ki writes hai. Manu bhai for such beautiful cinematography. Kumar Sanu for being the nostalgia inducer. Sanjay Mishra , Seema Pahwa, Sheeba Chadda , Chandrachoor Rai, Shrikant Verma, Shardul Rana, Devika Vatsa, Alka Amin, VK Sharma and all the crew Mahesh for being my best friend in the film and being a fantastic dialogue coach. And especially Bhumi for giving one of the best debuts in the industry. We’ve always been each other’s cheerleaders. And we made it boom!” added the actor.
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