New Delhi: VJ-turned-actor Ayushmann Khurrana says the capital's culture influenced him as a child and it helped him in enhancing his performances in his first movie "Vicky Donor".

"Delhi always treats me well. In fact, the place has given me a lot in life. Whatever I portrayed in my first film, the nuisances and everything are from Delhi," Khurrana told a news agency during his recent visit to the city.

The actor, who was born in Chandigarh, says that he spent good amount of his formative years in the capital, thanks to his mother who belongs to the city.

"I am a half Delhiite as my mom is from Delhi. So, literally I was here throughout my summer vacations. It really helped a lot in my career because if you bring your cultural influence in your performance, then it surely helps," he added. The actor is currently shooting for "Hamara Bajaj" and "Nautanki Saala”.

(Agencies)

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