B-Town’s new shining star Vicky Kaushal is basking in the glory of his recent film and has certainly become a craze among the ladies. The man who once got rejected for a role in ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ has come a long way from playing supporting roles to riding a movie’s success as a lead. The young and dashing Vicky Kaushal who is the dream of many girls now reveals that he is not even close to being a player. The Bollywood actor will be next seen on the candid couch of celebrity chat show Famously Filmfare Season 2 on Colors Infinity in conversation with the host Jitesh Pillai. The show will present an altogether different and real side of Vicky Kaushal which is contrary to most of the bold roles he has played on screen.
Speaking about the female attention and the marriage proposals that keep pouring in, Vicky reveals he is too bad at picking subtle hints.
While sharing a rather funny yet awkward situation he was in recently he says, “Sometimes, it's so direct that it just stumps me. Sometimes it's super subtle. But those subtle moves I really don't understand. I'm such a failure at subtle moves. I can't even tell you. I just don't understand. I remember, during the promotions of Uri, we had interviews lined up. I was like, I'll just use the washroom. I used the washroom, I step out and there was somebody, you know...Sweet lady, she was waiting for a selfie and I was like, 'Yeah, sure.' Then we took a selfie and then she's like, Okay, so you've come here for work or what?' I was like, 'No, I have promotions to go through.' Okay. So, I'm staying in this room. And I'm at the bar. And if you feel like...I'm like... Uh-oh!"
Further talking about his onscreen characters which lends him a persona of being a Casanova Vicky said, "I didn't know what to do and I just looked at her and she is like...'Vicky, we need to go. Bye!' So, yeah, sometimes it just stumps me. But, yes, I'm almost like a guy with a drape on me. I'm not even a 'P' of a player, not at all."
The talented actor will be seen talking about his life before entering the film industry, his first relationship, his struggle to enter the film industry and make it big, the nepotism tag and much more.