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Vicky Kaushal Birthday Special: 5 movies of the ‘How’s The Josh’ actor that you can watch again and again
Think of the ever enthusiastic Vicky Kaushal and you will hear his famous dialogue ‘How’s the Josh?’, from his recent release ‘URI: The Surgical Strike’. With just a few films in his bag, Vicky has created a special place for himself in the glamour world of Bollywood. With his talent and hard work, the actor is bagging big banner films one after another. As he rings in his 31st birthday today, here’s taking you through his 5 best films so far.
Masaan – 2015
Vicky Kaushal has already received many accolades for his debut film ‘Masaan’ which also starred Shweta Tripathi as his love interest. It is about a small town boy (Vicky Kaushal), who falls in love with a girl (Shweta Tripathi) from a different caste. The plot of the film depicts the struggles of innocent lovers and the cruel punishment given for those who do not respect the moral traditions. We loved Vicky Kaushal as a commoner in this film.
Raazi – 2018
With the release of ‘Raazi’ last year, Vicky Kaushal rose to spotlight in no time. The ‘Masaan’ actor won a million hearts as Iqbal Syed, a Pakistani officer who marries an Indian spy Sehmat (Alia Bhat) in the film. The plot is set against the backdrop of the Indo-Pakistan war. It proved to be a box-office hit. We loved Vicky Kaushal as an on-screen army person.
While Ranbir reprised the role of Sanjay Dutt in the Rajkumar Hirani’s film, Vicky Kaushal was inspired by Dutt’s real-life friend Paresh. Evidently, Vicky Kaushal became an overnight star after a dialogue from the film went viral – ‘Ghapa Ghap’.
Manmarziyaan – 2018
After the release of Ranbir Kapoor starrer ‘Sanju’, Vicky Kaushal had become the talk of the town. He appeared in Aanand L. Rai’s love triangle ‘Manmarziyaan’ in 2018. The film also starred Abhishek Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu. Kaushal portrayed a loud character, who is a passionate lover of Taapsee Pannu in the film. His name was DJ Sandy.
URI: The Surgical Strike – 2019
The amount of appreciation Vicky Kaushal has received for this army drama clearly speaks about his dedication for the film. The film was directed by Aditya Dhar and majorly covered the life of an Indian army officer during India’s Surgical Strike at the LOC, just after the Uri attack.
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