Filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani’s Sanju featuring actor Ranbir Kapoor is making headlines for all good reasons. Well, after watching the trailer, people were confident that the handsome hunk won’t disappoint, and it happened when the film released. Ranbir was heaped with praises for his spectacular performance but there is one more name that won hearts despite playing the supporting actor. Yes, we are talking about Vicky Kaushal, who was seen as Kamli in Hirani’s directorial venture. It would have been Ranbir’s show but Kaushal proved that sometimes hero’s friend can be as impressive as the hero himself.
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'Sanju' created HISTORY in box office with ₹46.71 crore collection and became highest single day collector on Day 3. It broke the record of 'Bahubali 2'(₹46.50 crore) . Total 3 days collection of 'Sanju' is ₹120.06 crore which is MIND BLOWING. 'Sanju' also broke the 3 days opening weekend record of 'Race 3' which had collected ₹106.47 crore. Fri = ₹34.75 crore Sat = ₹38.60 crore Sun = ₹46.71 crore . . . . . . . . . . . #ranbirkapoor #sanjaydutt #vickykaushal #anushkasharma #sonamkapoorahuja #pareshrawal #bomanirani #jimsarbh #rajkumarhirani #vidhuvinodchopra #manishakoirala #bomanirani #bollywood #bollywoodstar #actor #director #producer #actress #instamovie #bollywoodlife #bollywoodactress #bollywoodactor #entertaining #boxoffice #bigscreen #cinema #kritikharbanda @anushkasharma @manishakoirala @ibollywoodlife @sanjaydutt @vickykaushal09 @jimsarbhforreal @sonamkapoor
Vicky is an engineering student, who dared to dream big and made his place in the group of those actors who are not focussing on six-pack abs but are in the industry to quench out their hunger for quality cinema.
In 2015, a film titled Masaan won appreciation for its heart-hitting story and we were introduced to the magic of Kaushal. Yes, he made his debut with the film and was even called as the wonderful discovery of Bollywood. He played the role of a college student with the impoverished background, who lost his first love.
After playing a grey character in Raman Raghav 2.0, he beautifully supported Alia Bhatt in Raazi. If there is one word for him, it is debonair. He played the role of Pakistani Army officer who was a pillar for his wife in the completely new country.
It won’t be wrong to say that Vicky is the latest sensation and the next big thing in Bollywood. We can’t thank him enough for playing these versatile roles to perfection. Now, we are waiting with bated breath for his next film Manmarziyaan.