3.22.2019

Bollywood had to cut Vicky Kaushal from the list of supporting roles in Indian cinema. Is he the man who is setting up to break all the records of Bollywood?





The picture of Vicky Kaushal itself explains the days of his struggle in Bollywood. It is from 2012 when he was just in college pursuing his degree.

Vicky in his recent movie URI – The Surgical Strike has contributed much success in his life. He rocked in his army costumes. The josh was great.

Behind his successful journey, there was hard-work that he puts though, his father is a director of action movies though he never stopped learning. After he completed his graduation in Electronics, he searching for jobs but then he found no more interest and similarly luck and starts aspiring in Hindi films.







His biggest success in his life till date was the best supporting role in Sanju. He looked very serious in his emotional role and thus brought more touch to the audiences.

He has acted in around 12 Indian movies and his career had started with a director to assistant in Gangs of Wasseypur it was hit on the Box-office





Vicky Kaushal's upcoming movie yet to confirmed but there is a rumour about her personal life, his break-up with Harleen Sethi and the reason is Bhumi Pednekar as per the source in a question mark.

"Vicky Kaushal & Harleen Sethi to BREAK UP because of THIS Bollywood actress?" – The Times now news here

His performance in "The Surgical Strike" was awesome as below in quoted. Udita Jhunjhunwala wrote on First Post article,






"Vicky Kaushal is in top form in the part of Shergill. He not only rocks an army uniform, but also pitches Shergill just right — neither a chest-thumper nor a brooder, but a patriot who is an officer and a gentleman, and also a bit of a ladies man (;-)).

In the first few chapters, Dhar builds up Shergill’s back story and leads up to the attack on an Indian Army base in Uri in which 19 soldiers were killed and the Indian government’s subsequent decision to respond with surgical strikes." Read full


He considers Anurag Kashyap a good mentor in his life.














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