If you expect Ayushmann Khuranna to get nostalgic about his days of struggle in Mumbai before bagging 'Vicky Donor', you are knocking the wrong doors.
Confident as ever and now giving finishing touches to his next release 'Nautanki Saala', the youngster from Chandigarh says that he doesn't have any 'struggler' stories to narrate.
Says Ayushmann in jest, "See, to be honest I don't really have a sob story to tell. There is nothing like I moved from rags to riches. When I came from Chandigarh to Mumbai, I had a chef and a car and a driver.
I had a place to live in the city and didn't have to struggle at all. All I had to do was being focused as far as the craft was concerned. I stayed on to be disciplined because that's the way I like it."
He is happy with his standing in the industry.
"My current state of mind is quite happy and I am looking forward to the future now", he smiles before signing off.