Ayushmann Khurrana feels nostalgic as his debut film, Vicky Donor Turns 9!

Vicky donor completes 9 years of its release in Bollywood on April 20.
The 2012 film launched  Ayushmann Khurrana and Yami Gautam in Bollywood. Ayushmann Khurrana thanked the universe for realising his ‘big Bollywood dream’.


As Vicky Donor completes nine years, Ayushmann Khurrana took a trip down memory lane and penned a heartwarming note on his Instagram handle. Ayushmann Khurrana feels that it was just yesterday that ‘Vicky Donor’ was released.
On Tuesday,  Ayushmann posted a picture of himself on his Instagram handle in which he can be seen looking back and watching his song Paani Da Rang on TV. He is wearing a T-shirt which reads Vicky Donor.
In the caption, Ayushmann tells that how he composed the lyrics of paani Da rang song. “kothe utte beh ke akhiyaan milaunde”.
The actor also recalls how he filmed Vicky Donor, From “perpetual Butterflies in the stomach” to “playing cricket” with Soojit Sircar.
The actor also thanked the director Shoojit Sircar for being a “great mentor”. He said that Ronnie Lahiri, the “coolest producer” thanking him and  writer Juhi Chaturvedi for the script.
Ayushmann also thanked  John Abraham and calls him “big bro”, the co-producer of the 2012 movie. Apart from them, the actor thanked the entire cast of Vicky Donor including Yami Gautam, Annu Kapoor, and others.
Ayushmann thanked the universe for his “big Bollywood dream”.
His caption reads, “If I look back now, it seems like yesterday. The year 2012 and now it’s 2021. Coincidentally they’re the same jumbled digits. This shot reminds me of composing the line “kothe utte beh ke akhiyaan milaunde”, I had written this verse of Paani Da Rang while I was shooting on this location, close to Rajouri Garden in Delhi. With perpetual butterflies in my stomach, I shot for this film, playing cricket or football with Shoojit da, post pack up, every single day. Thank you Shoojit da for being a great mentor. Thank you, Juhi for coming up with this benchmark of a script and altering the course of Hindi cinema. Thank you Ronnie da for being the coolest producer. And thank you big bro John Abraham for backing this gem. I owe it to you guys! Thank you, Yami, Annu ji, Dolly ji, Veera, Negi ji and the entire team. Thank you universe for realising my big Bollywood dream.”
Ayushmann also shared a collage of Vicky Donor in his Instagram story. The collage was initially posted by his fan club on Instagram. The text reads, “9 years of Vicky Donor.”