Vicky Kaushal will turn 33 on May 16. In no time, he managed to make his mark in Bollywood. Vicky’s father, Sham Kaushal, who belongs to the Punjabi family, is a well-known action director.
I didn’t want to do a job
Vicky Kaushal has become a big name for Hindi movies today, but there was a time when her father wanted her to finish engineering and do a job. He was studying at the Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology in Mumbai when he went on an industrial tour to an IT company. Once there, Vicky realized that he wasn’t cut out for an office job. After turning down an engineering job, he insisted on pursuing a career in film. After this, he was admitted to Kishore Named Kapoor Academy.
Birthday special: Vicky Kaushal set out to pursue a career in film by turning down a job, ‘Surgical strike’ appears on screen
Anurag Kashyap assisted
Before becoming an actress, Vicky Kaushal worked as an assistant director on Gangs of Wasseypur. Vicky regards director Anurag Kashyap as her mentor. With this, he began to do theater. Vicky Kaushal appeared in a small role in Anurag Kashyap’s production of ‘Love Shave Te Chikan Khurana’ and ‘Bombay Velvet’.
The first movie came in 2015.
Vicky Kaushal’s first film as a lead actor was in 2015, Masaan. It was directed by Neeraj Ghevan. Masan was well received by critics and audiences alike. He then performed ‘Love on Square Foot’, ‘Raji’, ‘Sanju’ and ‘Manmargiya’.
In 2019, ‘Uri: The Surgical Strike’ turned out to be a huge success in Vicky Kaushal’s career. The movie was made about the 2016 Uri attack. The movie was directed by Aditya Dhar. For this, Vicky Kaushal was awarded the National Film Award for Best Actor. The film grossed more than Rs 300 million at the box office.
Vicky Kaushal’s next films are ‘Sardar Udham Singh’. Apart from this, he will also be seen in ‘Ashwatthama’ and ‘Sam Bahadur’.