Like every other Bollywood celebrity right now, Ayushmann Khurrana has also been spending his lockdown days with his family at home and trying to make the best of it. While in quarantine, as the actor constantly shares pictures with his IG fam, Ayushmann took to his social media to share a Thirsty flaunting his drool-worthy hot body. Sharing the super hot picture, the Dream Girl actor makes fans go ‘uffff garmi’ even while he sips on some cooling buttermilk mixed with sattu powder.
Taking to Instagram, Ayushmann Khurrana shared the picture captioning it, “Sattu powder mixed with buttermilk is a natural and a potent protein shake. Thanks @luke_coutinho and @deepika_rathod9 for giving me this valuable recipe for lockdown. (Lensed by @jaysamuelstudio ).” In the picture, the SMZS actor is spotted striking a hot pose, sipping his sattu powder mixed with buttermilk, protein shake. As the actor shared his valuable lockdown recipe, Ayushmann standing shirtless in nothing but pants, leaving you wanting for more as the actor puts his sexy Abs and well-maintained physique on display.
Replying to the post, Nushrat Bharucha commented, “Ummm okayyyy how??!!!!” Looking at Ayushmann’s post, designer Manish Malhotra went, “Uffffff,” whereas actor Angad Bedi wrote, “Whatttttahottieeee @ayushmannk.” While Bollywood celebs could not get over Ayushmann’s hot picture, fans couldn’t handle it as well. One fan commented, “uffff garmi,” sharing fire emojis, while drooling all over the picture, another fan wrote, “What’s with that body?”
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Meanwhile, as Ayushmann Khurrana managed to set our screens on fire with his picture, we totally agree with fans that the Dream Girl actor is hotness personified. Also Read: Ayushmann Khurrana Opens Up On His 8-Year Bollywood Journey: ‘Wasn’t Easy, Had Its Share Of Tears And Lack Of Self-Confidence’
Image source: Instagram / Ayushmann Khurrana
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