He has explored different creative zones -- be it acting, singing or writing -- but actor-singer Ayushmann Khurrana says he may be multi-talented, but he prefers to focus on one thing at a time as he is “not a good multi-tasker”.
“I think you need one talent to survive a lifetime. I think maybe I'm multi-talented but I'm not a good multi-tasker for sure. I can just do one thing at a time,” Ayushmann told IANS over phone.
The actor, who is currently busy working on his upcoming single “Yahin hun main”, added that all his attention is on “singing and acting” as of now.
Ayushmann took the reality TV show route to the world of showbiz and went on to make his place as a host before taking a plunge into Bollywood in 2012 with "Vicky Donor".
He faced a low phase after his successful debut with films like “Nautanki Saala”, “Bewakoofiyaan” and “Hawaizaada” failing to register good business. But the actor bounced back with “Dum Laga Ke Haisha” this year.
The actor, who has even penned his thoughts in a book “Cracking The Code”, is amazed by his writing skills. He even hopes to return as an author when he has something to share with his admirers.
“I had something to tell and that is why I wrote a book though it was quite unusual to write a book at such an early stage of my career. But I had something to tell to people who pack their bags and come to Mumbai to struggle and who go away after giving up. So, whenever I will have something to tell I will write,” he added.