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Vicky Kaushal: I don’t think Ranbir and I can be compared

Ranbir Kapoor and Vicky Kaushal in ‘Sanju’ have portrayed Sanjay Dutt and his friend Paresh Ghelani‘s role, respectively, to perfection. Beside Ranbir, Vicky had left everyone, including Sanjay Dutt, impressed. After watching the film, Dutt told Vicky, “Puttar, tune dil jeet liya“.

A lot of people think Vicky has outperformed Rabir in ‘Sanju’. In an interview with Mid Day, Vicky Kaushal commented on the same saying, “I don’t think so. Ranbir is one of the most secure actors that one can come across, and that is even evident in his body of work. What he did in ‘Sanju’ is unbelievable. His honesty towards the craft could be seen in his performance,” he said.

He adds, “I don’t think we can be compared. I am glad that I got to work with him and would love to collaborate with him again.”

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Vicky feels the parallel lead and actors have equal part and important now. He said, “I feel the lines between a lead actor and the parallel lead are blurring. Today, films are not only about the hero. Every person associated with it is appreciated. We are living in a time where the focus is shifting from an ‘actor’s responsibility’ to the result of great teamwork. Every actor who is part of a film affects the performances of the others. You tend to feed off from each other.”

He further adds, “I want to be part of films where the story is the hero, and today such films are being made. With the digital platform coming in, the audience will not come to the theatre if they aren’t interested. They have other options available to seek Entertainment .”

Talking about his ‘Sanju’ experience, Vicky had said in an interview, “Some experiences are such that you have lived them, and then randomly, you pinch yourself later that ‘haan, kiya hai main.’ ‘Sanju’ is one of those films. It’s a dream come true for me to work with one of my most favourite directors (Rajkumar Hirani) and actor (Ranbir Kapoor).”

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