Masaan actor who has impressed everyone with his strong screen presence made his first roti for the Indian Army. You guessed it right, he is Vicky Kaushal, who has played the role of an Army Officer in his last film URI: The Surgical Strike.
Vicky posted a picture of him making rotis for Army personnel posted at the Indo-China border of Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh on Instagram. In the photos, the actor is seen making rotis along with the cooks of the Indian Army. He captioned the picture, "The first ever roti I made... glad it was for the army."
Earlier too, the actor shared another picture with Army jawaans with caption, "Elated to be getting an opportunity to spend a few days with our Indian Army posted at 14,000ft altitude at the Indo-China border of Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh."
The actor has already played the role of army officer in his last film and will again be seen donning the olive greens in Meghna Gulzar's next film which is a biopic on Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw. He announced the news on Instagram with a picture of himself as Field Marshal Manekshaw. In the photo, his resemblance with the former Chief of the Army was appreciated by everyone.
Talking about the work front, he will be seen in Bhoot Part One Haunted Ship, which is being helmed by Bhanu Pratap. It is a horror film and Bhumi Pednekar will be seen in a pivotal role. The Raazi actor will also be seen in Shoojit Sircar's Udham Singh biopic. Vicky is also a part of Karan Johar's multi-starrer film Takht along with Ranveer Singh, Anil Kapoor, Janhvi Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Kareena Kapoor and Bhumi Pednekar.
A few days back, a fan’s husband took to Twitter, tagging Vicky and narrated a incident to him by writing: "@vickykaushal09 my wifey saw you today in the jam jam cafe, was sitting next to your table but too shy to come up and talk. And thought that privacy should be given to the stars. I am saying hi on her behalf and we really love your acting. Take care!! (sic)"
To this Vicky responded, "Pass my regards. I appreciate her for respecting my privacy. Next time, feel free, I'd be happy to have a conversation."