I had a deal with my dad that I have to make it on my own, says Vicky Kaushal

Well known personality Vicky Kaushal recently talks about his profession, dad's non-interference, road in front, and yes, his blockbuster hit, Sanju.

The dashing guy Vicky Kaushal, who donned the character of Ranbir Kapoor's best friend in the super hit movie Sanju (a role designed on Sanjay Dutt's bestie Paresh Ghelani), has received unbelievable love from all the sides.

When media people asked him that you are busy in shooting Uri after your Sanju ran away to glory at thhit many BO records and your performance bagged many praises? How are you holding yourself at the shoot, he answered, “Emotionally, I can't. But practically, I cannot. Tied up with a commitment, Uri. I would have really loved to be there. I am missing Mumbai. The response I have got for my part is overwhelming.”

He also said that Sanju is really a very special movie as it was directed by ace personality Rajkumar Hirani whose movie always attracts the whole society.

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When asked that out of you recent hits Masaan, Raazi and Sanju, which is that one movie that made the biggest difference in your life, he said, “Well, I would still say Masaan, which marked the beginning of my career. Even Raju sir had seen me in Masaan that probably led him to call me for Sanju.”

He was really comfortable with Ranbir Kapoor- which was very clear on screen. The two had also worked in Bombay Velvet before Sanju.

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About Sanju, he said that he signed the film around about 45 days before the movie went on floors. But during that time period, he used to meet Ranbir almost daily at Raju's office.

On media, he said that it is one the main powers in the nation to tell all about your opinion and spread awareness.

“But with big power, comes big responsibility. I don't know how to exactly put this (pauses)... but there is so much of media around you that it tends to get heavy on you.”

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Son of a well known Action Director (Shyam Kaushal), did you always want to be an actor?, he said, “Everything was going right for me to be an engineer, but my heart was somewhere else.”

On being asked did your father assist you out in some way, he answered that the two had a deal that said that I have to make it on my own.

by Vijay Singh | Sun, Jul 15 - 02:31 PM

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