Meet Vicky Kausal The Man of 2018 if you've already woken | Entertainment


Vicky Kaushal, the man who needed an introduction a few years back, does not need it anymore. It was depicted by Deepak at Neeraj Ghaywan's Masaan (2015) that he impressed many people. But in 2018 Vicky hit a purple patch with five releases – which cemented their position as the representative of this year's power. The success of such films as Raazi and Sanju in the box office. and two Netflix movies, Love per square foot and Stories of lust in which he starred, meant that a wide range of audiences appreciated his art. Let's not forget that there was the Manmarziyaan of Anurag Kashyap, for which he also won praise.

In Masaan, Shaalu (played by Shweta Tripathi) tells Deepak "Get your size and press the menu (There is a sincerity to you that is rare). The same can be said of Vicky, who plays every character with seriousness. At Bollywood, it's easy to get typecast. Sure, Vicky must have had many offers to play a little town boy afterwards Masaan, but chose to wait eight months and came to the psychological thriller of Anurag Kashyap Raman Raghav 2.0 in which he played a corrupt and violent cop of cocaine, a character that was far from Deepak Masaan.

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In 2018 he has shown a lot of variety when it comes to his characters. In Netflix Love per square footVicky plays a software engineer who has grown up in matchbox sized government compartments across Mumbai but hopes to get a loan approved to buy his own place. While the film is not totally flawless, it is Vicky, which is extremely good and her chemistry with Angira Dhar.

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Later, he saw in another original Netflix Original, the much-discussed anthology Stories of lust, starring in the Karan Johar section, along with Kiara Advani and Neha Dhupia. While many will stay away from this character, thinking that it is playing a man who is completely desperate in the bedroom. So impressed is Karan and Vicky that he has taken the young actress under his wing in Dharma. Furthermore? Vicky plays a part in Karan's next director, Takht, which also deals with Ranveer Singh, Kareena Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, Janhvi Kapoor and Bhumi Pednekar. It's a big deal about him, there are not two ways to go for it, this.

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At Meghna Gulzar RaaziVicky had eight dialogues, but his contribution to the film is something that can not be ignored. Vicky's Iqbal managed to leave a striking impression, despite being shown as a leader during the promotions. He gave a wonderful performance, despite the fact that he was given little say in the script.

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His actual pioneering performance this year must be at Rajkumar Hirani's Sanju, a biopic in Sanjay Dutt starring Ranbir Kapoor. Vicky played Kamlesh Kanhaiyalal Kapasi, a character based on a US-based man Paresh Ghelani, one of Dutt's close friends since his time Rocky. Sure, Ranbir left with a star on his shoulder with the brilliant depiction of Dutt. But Vicky's Kamlesh has his heart in the right place, as he stays with you for a long time after you leave the theater. Especially the drunken scene where she tells the father to understand the pressure in his son because of his personality longer than life and that it is okay for his son to be an ordinary person is still scribed in my mind very clearly.

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He plays Vicky, a wannabe DJ at Kashyap Manmarziyaan who also deals with Taapsee Pannu and Abhishek Bachchan. The character played by Vicky could easily be a stereotype. It could simply channel the wild masculinity that worked with men with muscular and jeep driving from North India – it just did not win it and won much more hearts. He was vulnerable and knew his own weaknesses.

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And with his upcoming film, Uri, is experimenting once again as it is going to be its first out-and-out action film. The film is based on the militant assault on the Uri, Jammu and Kashmir security forces, and on the surgical strikes that followed in 2016. Kaushal will be considered an Indian Special Force Commando leading strikes to the film produced by another Bollywood heavyweight, Ronnie Screwvala.

After working with great names such as Karan Johar, Meghna Gulzar, Anand Tiwari, Anurag Kashyap and Rajkumar Hirani in one year and stand out in all the films – it will not be wrong to say that in 2018 it was year of Vicky Kaushal.