MUMBAI: Known for his top-notch performances in out of the box blockbuster hits, actor Ayushmann Khurrana has added altogether a new dimension to the Indian film industry through his sheer acting prowess. He has lately enrolled himself in an online course which deals with Indian History as the current lockdown crises has led everyone to be under self-quarantine dude to the coronavirus pandemic.
The avid actor revealed, "I have always looked to better myself because I believe that we are blessed to learn and evolve for as long as we live. I'm a seeker of knowledge, have always been!"
"I have always loved Indian history and have been keen to know more about it. We have a fascinating history - it's rich, it's dipped in culture and it's so diverse. I do have some time to spare currently and I want to learn more about our past," said the actor, while expressing his love towards Indian History.
The 'Vicky Donor' debutant seems extremely excited to have enrolled himself in the aforementioned course and can't wait to be enlightened by the new things he'll be learning from the online course.
He said, "I'm enrolling myself to an online course to discover more about India's past and I''m super excited. It will (be) an enriching and fulfilling experience."
Khurrana was last seen in the film 'Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan', alongside newbie Jitendra Kumar on the silver screens around February 2020. The film followed the story of a same-sex couple, trying to convince a desi orthodox family that 'love is love' indeed.