The world of Bollywood experiences new faces every now and then. But, there are quite a few which enter and create a niche for themselves like no other. One such name is Vicky Kaushal. Born to action director Sham Kaushal, actor Vicky Kaushal has an aura which is promising. The ultra innocent good looks are something the fangirls look forward to and his action sequences loved by men. There’s something about this guy which is mesmerizing.
Being a more than loyal fan and in order to celebrate the actor’s birthday amidst the lockdown, here’s an interesting tip for you. You can binge-watch all his amazing performances in various movie genres.
This is Vicky Kaushal’s debut movie and his performance is remarkable. Though, his father was unsure about what the casting people saw in his son. After the movie released and the critics appreciated his performance, only then, his father believed the actual potential within his son.
Although, this role was first offered to Rajkummar Rao and he dropped out due to the scheduling commitments.
This biopic based on Bollywppd Actor Sanjay Dutt had Vicky Kaushal as well. He played Sanju played by Ranbir Kapoor’s best friend Kamli based on Paresh Ghelani. Undoubtedly, the actor did every ounce of justice to the role be it through acting, emotions, or dialogues. The role of a best friend who stays with you through thick and thin surely has touched the hearts of many.
Vicky Kaushal played the role of a Pakistani army officer in the movie ‘Raazi’ which depicted the story of an Indian spy played by Alia Bhatt. The image of an officer is one that is tough and is a crude one. However, with the character of Iqbal, Vicky showed us that there are some characters who stay with us for much longer.
LOVE PER SQUARE FOOT
This was the first movie that was released on the Netflix program. Along with a stellar cast as well as a good setting, this movie is popular for all the right intentions. The great writing when putting up together delivers a masterpiece which is all the more soothing like Love per square foot.
So probably, Manmarziyaan is a movie that clearly proves that there is no character that Vicky Kaushal can’t do with ease. Be it the strict and tough roles like army officers or the one of a cool DJ who has a struggling love life. This is one character that lives in many and can be related to a large extent of people.
This movie is a mix of various emotions and instances which will make you go surprised and awestruck.
URI: THE SURGICAL STRIKE
Major Vihaan won the hearts of people with ‘Uri – The Surgical Strike’. Growling ‘How’s the Josh’, Vicky Kaushal with utmost enthusiasm acted as a thread to join the pearls of patriotism and bring it on screen. The tiger’s roar was strong enough to keep the Josh of people watching him onscreen super high.
BHOOT: PART ONE – THE HAUNTED SHIP
With this, there are not many genres that are left to be on birthday boy Vicky Kaushal’s to-do-list. Bhoot: Part one- the haunted ship, as the name suggests is a horror movie and the first part of its franchise. In this movie, Vicky plays an investigating officer who goes on a ship for searching. Rest, you’ll have to go on Amazon Prime and know how the story unveils.
A diverse man playing such furious and divergent roles is something we don’t get to witness every day. Happy Birthday, Vicky Kaushal! May your Josh always soar high!