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Not many find out about it however earlier than making his full fledged debut with 2014 Neeraj Ghaywan directorial Masaan, Vicky Kaushal performed the small position of a younger Kunal Kapoor within the 2012 comedy Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana. In the identical 12 months as Masaan, he additionally performed the small position of a cop in Anurag Kashyap’s big-budget bomb Bombay Velvet. Irrespective of the actual movie’s destiny on the field workplace or the way it faired critically, Vicky at all times acquired lots of love from the audiences and movie critics alike.
Four years after the discharge of Masaan, Vicky broke out in a giant means with two supporting turns in Alia Bhatt starrer Raazi and Ranbir Kapoor starrer Sanju. He adopted these roles up with Manmarziyaan and post that his profession’s largest blockbuster because the solo lead and one of many largest hits of all time, Uri: The Surgical Strike.
But, earlier than Vicky turned a heartthrob of the nation, a youth sensation and an acclaimed actor, he was a tough working actor struggling to make it massive within the movie trade. Though he belongs to the movie household as he’s the son of celebrated motion director Sham Kaushal, Vicky began out as an AD on Anurag Kashyap’s two-part epic Gangs of Wasseypur. And even earlier than that, he was an upcoming actor leaning and honing his craft at a movie faculty earlier than he made it to the large display.
He learnt appearing from Kishore Namit Kapoor’s KNK Acting Institute. A video from his appearing faculty days had gone viral earlier this 12 months and now on his 32nd birthday one other video has surfaced on the web. In the video, a younger Vicky Kaushal may be seen enjoying the position of a sleazy corrupt cop.
Watch the video beneath:
Vicky was final seen in Karan Johar’s Bhoot: Part One – The Haunted Ship, which did not make a mark on the field workplace. He will subsequent be seen in Shoojit Sircar’s Sardar Udham Singh, biopic on the lifetime of legendary freedom fighter and Karan Johar’s most bold movie but, the mega price range interval drama, Takht.