[VIDEO] Vicky Kaushal superbly performs Ae Watan from Raazi on the veena; Shankar Mahadevan goes gaga

by Jeremy Spirogis

Vicky Kaushal superbly performs Ae Watan music on the veena& 

Several celebs took to studying new abilities throughout their time in quarantine. From seeing Katrina Kaif studying the right way to play the guitar to Priyanka Chopra taking piano classes from her husband Nick Jonas, our stars have been protecting busy by some means. Showing a glimpse of his expertise, Vicky Kaushal shared a snippet of him taking part in the veena on Independence Day. 

The actor, wearing white kurta pyjama, was seen sitting with a veena resting on his lap as he skillfully glided his fingers taking part in the music Ae Watan from Raazi. In only a few minutes of posting the video, each celebrities and followers have been showering the actor with love, appreciating his stunning instrumental model of the music. 

Taking to Instagram, the Uri actor thanked his guru and wrote, “Ae Watan, Watan mere, abaad rahe Tu! शुक्रिया @radhikaveenasadhika ji.”

Playback singer and musician Shankar Mahadevan was all reward for the actor’s video. In the feedback part, he wrote, “That’s so lovely Vicky!! My first instrument was Veena !! Great hearing you play this song !! Loads of love.” 

Vicky was delighted to see the remark and wrote again, “Thank you Sir!” Not Just Mahadevan however different celebs like rapper Slow Cheetah, Dil Bechara director Mukesh Chhabra, actor Satyajeet Dubey, filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, actress Prachee Shah Paandya and choreographer Mukti Mohan additionally praised Vicky.


Meanwhile, on the work entrance, Vicky was final seen in Bhoot Part One: The Haunted Ship, which additionally starred Bhumi Pednekar. He will likely be seen subsequent in Shoojit Sircar’s Sardar Udham Singh.

He may even be collaborating with Meghna Gulzar for the Sam Manekshaw biopic. In the film, Vicky will play Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw, who was the chief of the Indian Army when India fought towards Pakistan within the Bangladesh Liberation War. 

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