Vicky Kaushal is one actor who has won the hearts of many with his various on-screen persona. Since Masaan, the Vicky has not only proven to have an inherent versatile mettle, his acting abilities have created a wave of appreciation from all quarters, especially after Sanju. Depicting Kamli in the Ranbir Kapoor-starrer, is what put him on a platform and we did crush over him in Raazi.
He revealed how he cannot watch horror movies and confessed he has a fear of seeing them. Neha shared a snippet of the interview on her Instagram as Vicky shared what he did when his friends asked him to watch one.
He said, “I can’t watch horror films. I am the biggest fattu. I have watched The Conjuring with a group of friends and I was so fattaoed (scared) after that. My friends had gone off to sleep. I had to watch Andaz Apna Apna right after it to erase all the memories of The Conjuring. I watched Andaz Apna Apna and that’s when I felt normal and that’s when I could go to sleep.”
Neha also recently shared a teaser from the shoot where Vicky confessed to being ‘self-obsessed’. He also seemed to hint at one incident from the sets of ‘Lust Stories’, where the crew would matter-of-factly ask him to ‘pounce’ on Kiara Advani. On swiping left or right for the names mentioned, he left swipes Taapsee Pannu as she ‘left’ him in ‘Manmarziyaan’ and also seemed to confirm his relationship with alleged girlfriend Harleen Sethi by asking Neha to go ‘up and up.’
The actor also crooned the song, ‘Jaana tha Japan pahuch gaye Cheen samajh gaye na’ when asked about going to a party on the pretext of being ‘set up’, but instead falling in love with another woman.
On the work front, Vicky will be seen in Karan Johar’s next directorial Takht featuring Ranveer Singh, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Alia Bhatt, Janhvi Kapoor, Anil Kapoor and Bhumi Pednekar. He has been shooting for the film Uri: The Surgical Strike co-starring Yami Gautam which is set to release in 2019. While the movie is based on the 2016 surgical strikes that India carried out on Pakistan post the attack in Uri, which is a town in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. It was reported as the deadliest attack on security forces in Kashmir in two decades.