Dr. G: Ayushman Khurana released the second look of the film on Doctors’ Day

Author: Yuvi July 1, 2022

Dr. G: Ayushman Khurana released the second look of the film on Doctors' Day


New Delhi: Bollywood actor Ayushman Khurana on Friday congratulated all the doctors on the eve of Doctors’ Day, while sharing a new still of his upcoming film ‘Doctor G’.

The ‘Dream Girl’ actor shared the second look of his picture on his Instagram and said, “G Se Gynecologist. G Se Gupta. This is our #DoctorG. Congratulations to #DoctorG and team ki Taraf Se on Dr. Uday Gupta. #HappyDoctorsDay for Genius Doctors”.

In the film, the ‘Article 15’ actor can be seen in a goofy look, with a stethoscope in his pocket at a doctor’s lab line and he approached his appearance with a watch and sunglasses.



Ayushmann is known for his versatility and with each of his performances, the actor always tries to give something new to the audience and with `Doctor G’, he is all set to portray the role of a gynecologist for the first time. profession.

Directed by Anubhuti Kashyap, ‘Doctor G’ stars Rahul Preet Singh as Dr. Fatima Duggal and Shebali Shah as Dr. Nandini Bhatia. The makers have started shooting in Bhopal on July 14, 2021, marking the ‘Vicky Donor’ actor’s first collaboration with Rahul Preet.

Earlier, the makers released the first look of the star cast, the film was scheduled to release on June 17, 2022, but due to some reasons it was rescheduled and the final release date of the film is still awaited.


‘Doctor G’ is a socio-comedy film that will deliver a special message to the audience. Meanwhile, the ‘Anek’ actor will be seen in ‘An Action Hero’ alongside Jaideep Ahlawat.

The film is set to release on December 3, 2022. On the other hand, ‘Runway 34’ stars with actor Ajay Devgan and Siddharth Malhotra in ‘Thank God’. The film is set to hit theaters on Diwali 2022. He also acted as a condom tester in the film ‘Chatrivali’.

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