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Vicky Kaushal: Abhishek Bachchan is one of the most calmest person I have met!

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Vicky Kaushal is undoubtly one of the most versatile actor we have in Bollywood, he has entertained us in films like, MASSAN, RAMAN RAGHAV, RAAZI, SANJU and many more, he was also seen in Netflix’s LUST STORIES and LOVE PER SQUARE FOOT.

Vicky’s body of work is something that every cinema lover enjoys watching, he has given us characters which have appealed to the masses.

His latest film MANMARZIYAAN is garnering good reviews at the box office and his fans and B-town are loving Vicky in an all new avtaar.

In conversation with Vicky Kaushal as he speaks about the choice of films and why he wants to be part of different genres and he spoke in length about all his films doing well.

When asked him what does he have to say about all his films doing well at the box office he said, “Indeed it’s a great feeling. I don’t know how to express it, I don’t know how to swallow it and gulp it. It’s like tickling in my stomach, but it’s a good space to be in.”


Talking about responses that he got for his film he said, “I received a call from my father, he was in London at that time, and he said that he met some person who introduced him to the third person saying that he is the father of Vicky Kaushal. That was the most over whelming compliment I’ve received.”


When asked about his views over love and commitments, Vicky openly says, “I don’t feel that the emotion has changed, it is as same as it was hundreds of years ago. But as we are evolving, our approach is eventually changing. We frame several questions in mind before getting into a relationship. We over think our feelings, which gradually fades the attraction. Just don’t think, just dive into it and then that feeling or emotion will stay fresh and commitments will get fulfilled.”


When we asked him about how much he relates to his character in the film, Vicky says, “Well Vicky in the film is the inner Vicky in actual life. The madness and craziness I’ve shown on-screen is the one which I’ve preserved deep within. If someday I get a chance to ignore the world and do things independently, I’ll actually get my hairs colored and will dance on roads. So that character is inner me, and I went out of my way, out of my comfort zone to bring that character out.”

When asked him about the bond between his co-actors, he expressed, “Working with Abhishek is like fire and ice, whereas Taapsee is a live radioactive material. We just had fun throughout the shoot. And there is a mutual bond between me and Taapsee as we both believe in spontaneously. We don’t tend to rehearse a scene as we feel that over rehearsing a scene fades away its essence. Talking about Abhishek, I still remember, during our first interaction, he came to me and said that if we’re standing here, acting for so many films then it’s our parents hard work which proved beneficial for us. So let’s not ruin that and we’ve got a golden opportunity. So he’s a very calm and composed person, he brings up a different level of energy on the table. Having him as a co-actor is no less than a blessing.”

When asked him about his upcoming projects, he reveals, “URI will wrap up soon, it is the most physically grilled experience I’ve ever had. Working as an army person, two months of shooting in Serbia, adds up to a huge experience for me. So the film is on floors from last 9 months and is about to wrap up. Another most anticipated film is TAKHT. It is like a dream come true. I always wanted to do a period film, wanted to be a part of world which does not exist anymore.”

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