Vicky Kaushal : Katrina Kaif shared a post with captions for “Watch Now.
Bollywood diva Katrina Kaif has urged millions of her fans to watch her boyfriend Vicky Kaushal’s film Sardar Udham.
The Sooryavanshi actress took to Instagram and shared a post by Sardar Udham to collect praise from Vicky.
Vicky Kaushal writes the title role in the film, directed by Shoojit Sircar.
Sharing a poster on her Insta Story, Katrina said, “@shoojitsircar what a vision, such a beautiful film, an unadulterated narrative.”
He went on to say, Vicky Kaushal “@vickykaushal is a pure, green, trustworthy, painful talent” followed by a broken heart, hands joining in prayer and star emoji.
Katrina shared a post with the caption “Watch now.”
Vicky and Katrina are rumored to have been dating since 2019, however, they have not yet officially confirmed their relationship.
Gangs of Wasseypur
Meanwhile, Katrina and Sidharth Malhotra and Kiara Advani, were attending a special Sardar Udham exhibition, hosted by Vicky Kaushal recently.
Vicky was born to action director Sham Kaushal and Veena Kaushal. Doing an engineering degree from the Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology. Desiring to pursue a career in filming. He assisted Anurag Kashyap in the crime drama Gangs of Wasseypur (2012). And because he played minor roles in two of Kashyap’s productions. His first lead role was in the independent drama Masaan (2015). Which won him the IIFA and Screen Awards for Best Male Debut. Followed by where he played as an offline cop in Kashyap’s thriller psychan Raman Raghav 2.0 (2016).
Vicky Kaushal became famous in 2018 for supporting roles in Raazi and Sanju, which are the highest Hindu films of the year. Lastly, she won the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor. His 2018 projects have also included role-plays in Netflix Love films with each square foot and sensual news. The following year, he played the lead role of a military officer in the well-known. And successful commercial film Ur: The Strike Strike, winning the National Film Award for Best Actor.
Vicky Kaushal played his first role in the independent game Masaan (2015), led by Neeraj Ghaywan. Kaushal and Ghaywan were both assistants to the Gangs of Wasseypur. And he was featured in the film after Rajkummar Rao left.
Screened in the Un Sure section
Acting a young man in the lower social and economic spheres who longed for a better life. Kaushal spent time in Benaras, where the film was set, and saw the habits of local men. The film was screened in the Un Sure section of the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, where it won two awards. Including the FIPRESCI Prize. Because Masaan gained a tremendous respect and The New York Times took it. As an outstanding example of the true growth of Indian movies. Nikhil Taneja of HuffPost called Vicky Kaushal performance “an impressive and memorable” and Anuj Kumar of The Hindu wrote that he “strives to overcome the difficulties of contempt and also the attitude of piercing the cauldron”. Her performance earned her the IIFA and Screen Awards for Best Male Debut. And the Asia Film Award nomination for Best Newcomer, among other awards.
Busan International Film Festival
The 2015 Busan International Film Festival marked the release of the Zubaan drama, which Vicky Kaushal had recorded before Masaan. His role was that of a grieving man who began to stutter after his father’s death. She worked with a speech therapist to learn stuttering patterns and spent time with some of the doctor’s patients. After finishing work on the film, Vicky Kaushal found it difficult to distance himself from the character and began to stagger in real life.
His performance led Justin Chang of Variety to call him “a kind, natural-looking talent”. In Kashyap’s amazing psychiatric event Raman Raghav 2.0 (2016), Kaushal played a drug addict looking for the great killer Raman Raghav (portrayed by Nazazuddin Siddiqui). The troubled and unbalanced character had little to do with Kaushal’s personality, and to convince Kashyap to throw him out, he sat alone for five days and kept repeating lines from the text. Writing to Rediff.com, Aseem Chhabra found his performance “bold” and added, “If there’s a big surprise in Raman Raghav 2.0, it’s Vicky Kaushal star performances.” Both Zubaan and Raman Raghav 2.0 failed to gain a large audience in the box office.