National Award-winning actor Vicky Kaushal opened up about his struggles on a chat show recently and shared that during his initial days he didn't think that a physically lanky guy like him would make it big in the Hindi film industry. He revealed that he had to struggle the most in building his confidence through working on his appearance which is the primary focus in show business. Before deciding to pursue acting as a career, Vicky Kaushal always thought that a skinny person does not stand a chance in the industry.
The Uri actor revealed that his life has been wonderful after his shot to fame with successful films like Masaan, Lust Stories, Uri among others. He credited his parents for making sure that he is grounded in his values. He said that his parents have always made the difference between necessity and luxury extremely clear for him and his brother actor Sunny Kaushal.
The actor went on to recall the time he started to get inclined towards acting as a profession and said that while he had been studying engineering, he had never thought of becoming an actor. It had been during an industrial visit that he had realised what he didn't want from his life. He channelled his thoughts and interests further into acting and realised that it had been his calling to perform in front of the camera.
The actor was last seen in the Bhanu Pratap Singh directorial Bhoot Part One: The Haunted Ship which released in theatres last month. The actor is currently filming for Meghna Gulzar's next film titled Sam based on the life of Indian Air Force Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw. The actor will also be seen in the Udham Singh biopic which is scheduled to release on October 2, 2020.
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