Bollywood actor Vicky Kaushal appears in Arijith Singh's music video, which is a non-film single album with the name "Pachtaoge".
Vicky Kaushal said that apart from his role in the video, he has not experienced any such drama in his real life relationship. The music album, "Pachtaoge" has so far got a huge response online. Thus far, it has managed to get over 34 million views since its release on the 23rd of August. The song video is based on the theme of love, cheating and heartbreak.
When asked whether he had been in any kind of tumultuous relationship, he said that he had not underwent any such drama in his relationship, where he had to suffer.
"No, I have not had so much drama in my relationships where I had to suffer. I only have fond memories," Vicky said.
He stated that he has some sweet memories about his relationship. Vicky Kaushal recently fetched the National Award for the best actor for his performance in the movie "Uri: The Surgical Strike".
The Sanju star also said that we all are aware of some person who had suffered such relationship as in the music video and indeed met with heartbreak. The actor said that it is not a case of cheating, but it was something else that is enough to cause heartbreak. It might also be some kind of regret or any tale the couples are carrying for a long time.
"But yes, you always know somebody who has had gone through something like this or has gone through a heartbreak. It could not be cheating but it could be something else that could have cause a lot of heartbreak or some kind of regret or tale they are carrying for the longest time. I know people who have gone through that," he added.
This is not Vicky Kaushal's first musical video and his current video also stars Nora Fatehi. Vicky is excited with all the love coming towards him for the song from his fans from across the world. He said that he is not aware about the success of the song, but he really feels good that the song video was able to pick up so fast.
"At first, I did not know whether the song is working or not. But Nora and Bhushanji (Bhushan Kumar) helped me understand that... It's quite amazing how this song is working," he said.