WATCH: Vicky Kaushal Schools A Troll Who Claims That A 'filmy Background' Is All That Is Needed To Enter The Film Industry

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Vicky Kaushal is the new Bollywood actor on the block, who has gained a rather mass fan following in quite a short span of time. All everybody can talk about is him, given the fact that he has given back to back hits, and also for his charming personality and looks. 

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

Vicky Kaushal is the new Bollywood actor on the block, who has gained a rather mass fan following in quite a short span of time. All everybody can talk about is him, given the fact that he has given back to back hits, and also for his charming personality and looks. 

Recently, the actor caught up with a quick interaction with FilmFare, where he was asked to react to a few comments posted by him on social media. One such comment by a netizen claimed that Kaushal did not have a hero face, and all it took to get into the film business was to have a 'filmy background'. 

For the uninitiated, Kaushal is the son of famous action director, Sham. 

Read: Vicky Kaushal Reveals The Worst Pick-up Line Used On Him, And It Is Sure To Make You Cringe

Responding to the user, Kaushal stated that apart from the last line 'utna hi kaafi hai Bollywood mein' he believes that there is nothing wrong with what he said considering he does not have the conventional 'hero' face. 

However, he did express his displeasure for having indirectly been called, a product of nepotism and stated that the netizen is most welcome in Bollywood, and he should try and survive in Bollywood for a week, after which the two of them would catch up for coffee, wherein Kaushal would ask him the same question he asked him. 

 

On the work front, the actor is currently basking the success of 'Uri: The Surgical Strike' which recently became one of the highest grossers of 2019. The film minted a total of Rs 200 crores and has still been doing well at the ticketing counters. 

Read: Vicky Kaushal Pens Touching Note As ‘Uri: The Surgical Strike’ Enters Rs 200-crore Club; Shares Video Of Boys Having A Blast On The Battleground

The film pays tribute to the Indian army and to a new India. It is based on the September 2016 attack by Pakistani terrorists on the Indian Army brigade HQ in Uri, J&K and subsequent Surgical Strike by Indian security forces on terror launchpads in Pakistan. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Thank You India! 🇮🇳🙏🤗

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It features Vicky as an Indian soldier who leads the army for the mission. It is written and directed by debutant Aditya Dhar and produced by Ronnie Screwvala under his banner RSVP Movies.

 

 

 

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