Rajkummar has this condition if he's asked to romance Ayushmann
Ever since Ayushmann Khurrana announced his next Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan, a comedy homosexual love story, there have been reports about Rajkummar Rao playing his love interest. But, Rajkummar has, time and again, rubbished these rumors of him being a part of the movie. And, now the actor has stated that he wouldn't mind romancing the Article 15 actor if given a good script.
"Depends on the script, and who is making it"
During his recent conversation with Bollywood Life, Rajkummar, once again, clarified that he isn't a part of Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan. However, he expressed his willingness to share screen space with Ayushmann on two conditions: "Depends on the script, and who is making it," he said. Earlier, Rajkummar and Ayushmann have worked in Bareilly Ki Barfi, leaving the audiences impressed with their brotherly chemistry.
I was judged when I came to Mumbai: Rajkummar
For now, Rajkummar is gearing up for the release of his movie Judgementall Hai Kya, which is all about being judged. Talking in that context, the actor revealed that before making it big in Bollywood, he was constantly being scrutinized. "When I came to the city, I started looking for work. There were a lot of people who judged me," Rajkummar stated.
They didn't consider me as a leading man, says actor
"Some people judged me on my looks, some judged me on my physicalities, they didn't consider me as the leading man of their films. So yeah, I have been judged," Rajkummar said, while reminiscing his struggle during his initial days in Bollywood.
"Kangana, I have great chemistry on and off the screen"
Judgementall Hai Kya also marks Rajkummar's reunion with his Queen co-star Kangana Ranaut after five years. Expressing his excitement to collaborate with her again, the 34-year-old said, "I believe whenever you work with a good actor, your performance becomes better. We've great chemistry on and off the screen. I tend to improvise a lot on sets and she has been very supportive of that."