Cracking the Code – My Journey to Bollywood by Ayushmann Khurrana from This is an awesome, some-what flawless book by Ayushmaan Khurana. Ayushmann Khurrana’s Cracking the Code is a thin volume, simply written and conversational in its tone. This is no hi-fi book, but it makes its. Cracking the Code: My Journey to Bollywood. Front Cover Best book. I love it. It is very motivational. Ayushmann khurrana is really to love. He did much.

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Detailed Review here http: A lot of this depends on self-knowledge, he says, saying that many star-struck people think they can make it just on the basis of their looks and nothing much else. Decent read but nothing you’re missing our if you skip.

I frequently found that the example doesn’t really support that code. Trivia About Cracking The Code They are stars for a moment, not a lifetime, and if they want to continue to be show stealers, they have to do much more than win a reality show, which is just that one- time-high.

Had some gyaan, but thankfully not too much. Feb 22, Rachna rated it liked it Shelves: Thanks for telling us about the problem. But what I dislike is the way he’s marketed the book as being “honest” when it’s actually a very controlled image being set.

He tries to put in “learnings” or “code” which some people have highlighted publicly on the Kindle reader and then gives an example to support that code.

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The other piece dode advice is to give any passion ten bbook to bear fruit, after which, bail out and do something else so as not to turn bitter. Post was not sent – check your email addresses! Here are some examples: He was also willing to take risks, for Vicky Donor was a film not many would touch.


Th The book is said to be a guide for all those who dream to enter the Bollywood industry, but the secrets that Ayushmann has shared in the form of codes deserve a better remark. Loved the journey and experiences shared.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. It is a balancing act for all, to say the least, and more so for actors and others of their ilk. All this is sane advice and can be a take-home for anyone.

crackinf He was the one who decided who was allowed in the show and who was out. Two things he says worked for him. Oct 01, Ajay Ramaseshan rated it really liked it. This is no hi-fi book, but it makes its points.

blok Thanks for wasting my time. The Lounge Chair Interview: Apart from the being first in everything is the happy for everything, everyone is great around me. Though in this book Ayushmann explains about Cracking the Code in bollywood, but they are equally helpful for other persons as well. Read only if you are his fan. The language felt forced. Makes you doubt whether he really means what he says. View all 4 comments. Youngsters, looking for some codes for life, or for success, whether in Bollywood or out of Bollywood.

But, I must mention one thing. The man has got suave Keep entertaining us n keep rocking And they asked me that who was my role model. Again, a few typos have been overlooked, which takes away from the finish of the book.


The author justify his steps taken and lesson learnt. You are commenting using your Facebook account. After reading Rishi Kapoor and Karan Johar’s autobiographies, this one felt a little bland.

I read this book as his fan.

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To me his story is all about preparing yourself well, networking well and at the same time be comfortable in your own skin. Want to Read saving…. Perhaps they liked him for being himself or perhaps it’s because all gook attacks bounced off him. After reading this book, you will realize that how smalls incidents in our life can teach us a lot. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.

Cracking The Code: My Journey To Bollywood by Ayushmann Khurrana

No trivia or quizzes yet. Rather than, join the gang xyushman wannabe aspiring actors, who are dime a dozen in every nook and corner of Mumbai. I liked the way he carried himself on idiot box. AllTheBest – A true fan Especially the ones who are doing so well outside that small little heaven. How was this embarassing?

I can understand that he’s an actor and maybe he has to be politically correct or he has to write in certain ways about other people if he wants to survive in the industry.

Ok, I must admit I do have a natural bias for people from Chandigarh.