Vicky Kaushal urf Kamli of Sanju or Deepak of Masaan never failed to win our hearts. Born to the action director Sham Kaushal, Vicky appeared suddenly to the big screen and stole our heart. He was first seen acting in Masaan in 2015. He instantly caught all the attention and displayed the massive potential he possessed. The movie helped him earn IIFA and Screen Award for Best Debut Male. Let’s have a ride to Vicky Kaushal’s enthralling journey.
Vicky Kaushal studied Engineering, but he was passionate about acting and drama. To pursue his passion, he first assisted Anurag Kashyap in Gangs of Wasseypur. He was even offered minor roles by Anurag Kashyap but that didn’t bring any fame to his kitty. His appeared in Bombay Velvet and Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana.
However, Masaan, directed by Neeraj Ghaywan brought fame to Vicky Kaushal. People started knowing his name. After that, he appeared in the movie Zubaan in 2015.
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Vicky Kaushal also did Raman Raghav 2.0 but, his career needed more push.
He then appeared in Love per square foot, an Indian romantic comedy, directed by Anand Tiwari and produced by Ronnie Screwvala. This gave him recognition and people started associating with him.
After that Vicky Kushal became a man crush for most of the female audience.
He was next seen in Meghna Gulzar’s Raazi, starring opposite Alia Bhatt.
One after the other, Vicky Kaushal’s career took a boost. He was then seen in Lust Stories, as Paras from Karan Johar’s segment.
However, what brought fame, success, and recognition altogether was Vicky Kaushal’s role in Sanjay Dutt’s biopic Sanju. Kamlesh aka Kamli, made us go gaga over Vicky Kaushal. He won the Filmfare award for the best supporting actor for Sanju.
Manmarziyaan, 2018 had been again a good choice for Vicky Kaushal. He also tried his hands over the song ‘F for Fyaar’. He was seen sharing the screen space with Tapasee Pannu.
Vicky Kaushal never failed to impress his audience. He makes a wise choice and put his heart and soul to the works he gets. Vicky Kaushal was then seen in Uri: The Surgical Strike. Directed by Aditya Dhar, Uri had been one of the major hits by Vicky Kaushal. It was based on the real-life surgical strike. In fact, the role of major Vihaan Singh Shergill (Vicky Kaushal) in the movie became so popular that his dialogue. How’s the josh became viral.
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Your helmets, your gears, your guns... you hold on to, like your life depends on them. This was one army rule we all strictly lived by, through the Shoot of the Film. Once in costume, each and every one of us was responsible for our own gears. You wear them or hold them, it’s going to be with you through the span of the Shoot for that day. Our pockets would be full of protein bars, nuts and bags with bottles of energy drinks, because deep in those jungles sometimes no food trolleys or spot team were allowed to reach. Somedays I would wake up with my right index finger already bent imitating to pull the trigger. Those night shoots full of intense action, ofcourse were peppered with some fun banter and laughs in between shots amongst the boys, where our director @adityadharfilms would also join us. All of this feels worth it, with the generous love the Film is getting from you all. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for keeping the Josh so high. Also, a big shout out to the wonderful set of co-actors I got to work with, that formed our SF team. Dhairya, Guru, Padam, Sparta, Dang, James, Rahul, Nishant, Tashi, Anurag, Himanshu, Beant, Sapru Saab, Gagan, Dev.
Vicky Kaushal, the tall-dark-handsome combo, is our instant crush. His dedication and determination have been paying him well. We wish Vicky Kaushal, the best of luck for his upcoming movies.