Ayushmann Khurrana’s Five Best Romantic Leads
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Ayushmann Khurrana’s Five Best Romantic Leads

Who pairs up best with Ayushmann Khurrana? Here are the names of his most prominent romantic leads. Do you agree with the list?

As Bollywood’s most adventurous leading man leads us into his next adventure this week, it’s time to look at Ayushmann’s  best co-stars. Whom did he  jell with the best? Oh, the worst  is  easy! It is Sonam  Kapoor in Bewakoofiyan where Ayushmann had better chemistry with Rishi Kapoor who played Sonam’s father.  But seriously, who are Ayushmann’s  best costars?

1. Bhumi Pednekar:

Ayushmann Khurrana’s Five Best Romantic Leads

In Dum Laga Ke Haisha she played his  overweight  wife whom he spends most of time being embarrassed about. The classic dilemma of  an arranged marriage here brought to flickering life by the actors who lived the roles of man and wife. At the end of this fabulous film about coming to terms with life, marriage and weight problems, Ayushmann had to run across the screen with Bhumi on his shoulders. He has never stopped bearing the burden of a socio-culturally responsible actor.  By the time Ayushmann did Bala with Bhumi, she had lost all the avoir dupois but the chemistry remained cracklingly real.

2. Yami Gautam

Ayushmann Khurrana’s Five Best Romantic Leads

Ayushmann’s first co-star in Vicky Donor  and also his most recent  partner in arms in  Bala, Yami has come  alive as an actor only once after her debut alongside  Ayushmann. And that was in last year’s Bala where she  gave the performance of her  lifetime. Nothing she will do ever again compares. Moral of  the story: it’s all about the company you keep. Would Rajesh Khanna have been Rajesh Khanna if  he didn’t have Sharmila Tagore and  Mumtaz for company on screen?

3. Tabu

Ayushmann Khurrana’s Five Best Romantic Leads

Though Ayushmann’s  romantic ‘other’ in this ode to the virtues  of blind faith was Radhika Apte, it was Tabu with whom Ayushmann’s  chemistry was uniquely pinned to the gender board. Till the end, we didn’t know if he was blind or not. Likewise, we never really know who she really is and what her motives are. What’s that they say about hell having no fury like a woman scorned? Ayushmann and Tabu blew the screen apart with their furiously combative energy. I’d love to see them as man and wife in a desi rendering of Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf.

4. Kriti Sanon:

Ayushmann Khurrana’s Five Best Romantic Leads

Though the ‘barfi’ of  the title was divided  between Ayushmann and Rajkummar Rao, the scales clearly tilted in favour of Ayushmann playing his only wicked and mean character so far, wooed Kriti Sanon with  a passion that I haven’t seen him muster with any other co-star so far. About time Ayushmann and  Kriti came together again, this time without  a Rao in the middle.

5. Jitendra Kumar:

Ayushmann Khurrana’s Five Best Romantic Leads

And now it’s time for some same-sex chemistry. Ayushman  definitely  looks more comfortable with Jitendra than he did with Sonam Kapoor in Bewakoofiyan  or with Pallavi Sharda in Hawaizada. In fact, the gender thing is just not relevant here, as Ayushamnn plays Timothee Chalamet to Jitendra’s  Armie Hammer.

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