Expectations of people drives him to do something different every time, says Vicky Kaushal

We read tales of stars who attained new heights and they came from weak backgrounds. But with their hard work and determination, that have achieved big. The Hindi film industry is the best example of this.

In Bollywood, there are also celebrities who are from a filmy background and already are know all about the essentials of the film biz. They also have big links and it is very simple for them to make a foray into this coveted industry. But some of them can survive and attain big. Vicky Kaushal is one of them.

Vicky Kaushal, who took birth and got raised in a chawl of the dream city, Mumbai, left big jobs as an engineer to fulfil his dream to turn out to be an actor. Belonged to the city of Hoshiarpur in Punjab, he was born on 16 May 1988. His dad was a well-known stunt director.

He surprised all of the buffs with his ability and nuanced recital in Masaan. Despite the fact his next two flicks were duds, he has made a comeback and has acted with the top-notch directors such as Rajkumar Hirani, Karan Johar and Anurag Kashyap.

He is excited after his two projects including Raazi and Lust Stories bagged positive response from all sides.

He said that the hopes of the audience push him to perform something different each and every time.

In recent times, he was recently witnessed in Meghna Gulzar's detective drama and Karan Johar's movie in the Netflix anthology.

"Somebody who started in the industry knocking at so many doors and reaching where I have reached today, I feel privileged with every opportunity that I have got. It is a very beautiful feeling when the audience approves of your work. I feel nice when there are expectations from people as that is how you know the audience loves and cares for you and your work. I want them to expect something from me as that pushes me to be a better actor," the actor added up.

"There are stories that affect, move you. They have their own zing. I get hooked. It is a huge responsibility on you and the director to tell a real-life story," he said of the real-life based stories.

by Vijay Singh | Thu, Jun 28 - 03:15 PM

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