- Ayushmann is currently in Bhopal for Doctor G
- He shared a video of himself playing a tank drum
- “My best company in Bhopal,” he wrote
So, we just got to know how Ayushmann Khurrana keeps himself busy and “calm” pre and post his shoot for his new film Doctor G in “hot and humid” Bhopal – by playing a tank drum. Ayushmann began filming Doctor G in Bhopal last week. On Tuesday, he shared a video of himself showing his friends and fans his “latest obsession.” Ayushmann is so much obsessed with the music instrument that he even plays it “in-between shots” on set. “This is my latest obsession. Early mornings. Late nights. Also in between shots. It’s called a Tank Drum. My best company in Bhopal. Makes me a calmer doc in this hot and humid central India. Produces a divine sound,” the actor captioned the video, in which he can be seen playing a tank drum shirtless.
He then asked his Instafam to identify the song from the 1963 film Sehra that he interspersed in the jam clip. “Do you identify the song that I interspersed in the jam, from the film Sehra (1963), sung by Lata di. #Tankdrum #DoctorG #Bhopal,” Ayushmann added to his caption.
The actor’s clip left his wife and author Tahira Kashyap, actresses Dia Mirza, Bhumi Pednekar, Aditi Rao Hydari, Prachi Shah and singer Harshdeep Kaur awestruck. “Sooo hot ya,” commented Tahira Kashyap while Dia Mirza wrote: “This sound is so beautiful.” Aditi’s caption read: “So beautiful” with a red heart icon while Bhumi Pednekar, who has worked with Ayushmann in the past, wrote: “Ohoo” with a fiery icon.
Harshdeep Kaur and several fans of Ayushmann Khurrana identified the song that he can be seen playing on the tank drum in the clip. “Pankh Hote To Ud Jati Mai…heard it on a tank drum for the first time. (clapping emojis) Kya baat,” commented Harshdeep Kaur. Ayushmann’s brother Aparshakti just dropped red heart icons in the comments section.
See the comments on Ayushmann’s post here:
Now take a look at the actor’s post:
Doctor G is a campus comedy-drama that also stars Rakul Preet Singh. The film, directed by Anubhuti Kashyap, marks Ayushmann’s first project with Rakul.