Doctor G Trailer Review: Ayushmann Khurrana has consistently demonstrated his great taste in movies through his acting in them. He not only presents a humorous perspective on societal concerns, but he also recounts them in a way that is understandable to both urban and rural audiences.
Ayushmann, who has built a reputation for playing unusual parts and captivating audiences throughout the course of his career, is once again tackling a new subject with his distinctive brand of thought-provoking humor that is sure to provoke discussion. This time, he raises the issue of "masculine touch." For his latest movie, he plays a doctor who is sort of stranded in the gynecology section.
When it comes to gynecology, Uday from Ayushmann recognizes that women don't feel comfortable with male doctors. Dr. Nadini, played by Shefali Shah, serves to disassociate the audience and him from this idea. She wants him to stop being so masculine and start treating his role as a doctor seriously.
Doctor G is centered on Dr. Uday's uneasy interaction with female physiology. Sheeba Chaddha also adds to the humor and quirkiness of this story. What a wonderful group they make up. There's also Rakul Preet Singh to add some glitz to the movie. Watch the trailer for Doctor G here:
With the upcoming film, Anubhuti Kashyap—sister of the director Anurag Kashyap—will make her feature film directing debut. She previously served as the director of the critically praised short film "Moi Marjaani" and the dark comedy miniseries "Afsos." Shefali Shah plays a significant role in the movie, which was scripted by Anubhuti, Sumit Saxena, Vishal Wagh, and Saurabh Bharat. On October 14, "Doctor G," a medical campus comedy-drama starring Ayushmann Khurrana, will be released.