Ayushmann Khurrana is on a promotional spree for his upcoming, Meri Pyaari Bindu with Parineeti Chopra. The actor who did a successful debut with Vicky Donor opposite Yami Gautam is also a popular singer. Many would also know that he started his career as a RJ. The actor who has so far given films like Bewakoofiyan, Nautanki Saala, Hawaizaada and Dum Laga Ke Haisha has also got Manmarziyan with Bhoomi Pednekar in his kitty.

While promoting MPD on celebrity dance reality TV show, Nach Baliye 8, the actor got nostalgic about his struggling days. Ayushmann who was thoroughly enjoying Divyanka Tripathi’s performance on the show shared an incident post her performance with husband Vivek Dahiya. The actor told the team that the Yeh Hai Mohabbatein star was one of the first celebrities he had interviewed. Divyanka though claimed that she didn’t remember the interview but she has always been following Ayushmann’s work.

Talking about the same to a leading daily, Ayushmann said:

I had interviewed Divyanka when I as an RJ. I have been following her work since then. When I revealed this to her, she didn’t remember me, but I never forget my struggling days.

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Divyanka, on the other hand said:

When Ayushmann told me this, I was surprised and shocked at the same time . During my first show, I was new in the city (Mumbai) and didn’t know many people. But of course, I really like him as an actor and follow his work.

Nach Baliye 8 which is being hosted by Sonakshi Sinha, Mohit Suri and Terence Lewis has seen a gamut of popular television couples this year. Apart from Divyanka-Vivek, Sanaya Irani-Mohit Sehgal, Bharti Singh-Harsh Limbachiyaa and Deepika Kakkar-Shoaib Ibrahim are also fighting for the trophy.

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Source: Hindustan Times

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