Vicky Kaushal has a flamboyant aura. The actor is popular for his impeccable roles in Masaan, Raazi, Uri, Sardar Udham Singh etc. Not only his movies, but the actor’s effortlessly vibing reels on different hit Punjabi songs have won several hearts. Apart from his professional life, the actor is a perfect husband to the Bollywood queen Katrina Kaif.
Vicky Kaushal is a true ‘Punjabi Munda’ who never fails to impress his fans with his dancing and acting skills. Currently, Vicky Kaushal is promoting his upcoming film The Great Indian Family with Manushi Chillar as the lead actress. The trailer of this Yash Raj Film was shared on 12 September and it looks promising just like any other film done by Vicky.
Recently in an interview with Instant Bollywood, Vicky Kaushal was asked about his opinions on star kids ‘acting’ middle class and relatable in the general public to avoid hate and controversies. To this, Vicky replied “No, I don’t think so. I have many friends from the industry… Right now, the thing is that the audience can see through it. How long can you keep the pretence on? A day? Two days? Four weeks, a year? And it’s a very tiring process also.”
He further adds, as quoted by the Pinkvilla.com, “If you pretend to be someone you’re not, that’s what they hate. If you are true to yourself, and that’s what you present, nobody will have (any complains). That’s what I believe. That’s what I, as an audience member, always relate to. I don’t think about whether someone is actually middle class or not. If someone isn’t genuine, even if they are a middle-class person, then you can’t relate with them”.
Apart from this Vicky Kaushal also spilled some beans on his relationship with Katrina Kaif and how they both have adopted each other’s lifestyle.
Here is his full interview
About The Great Indian Family
Produced by Aditya Chopra, The Great Indian Family is a family comedy drama starring Vicky Kaushal, Manushi Chillar, Manoj Pahwa, Kumud Mishra and many more.
The film is scheduled to be released on 22 September 2023 and revolves around a Hindu man who realizes that he is a muslim by birth. A series of comedy events unfold for him which is a pure entertainer for the audience.