Celebrating eight years in Bollywood, Vicky Kaushal, renowned for his roles in movies like “Raazi” and “Uri: The Surgical Strike,” embraces the pressures and responsibilities that accompany stardom. He views them as opportunities for personal and artistic growth. The actor desires audiences to hold high expectations for his work and remains dedicated to delivering exceptional performances. Vicky believes in focusing on the process of becoming a better actor rather than being overwhelmed by the transient nature of success and failure. He emphasizes giving his all to his craft while acknowledging that a film’s fate after release is beyond his control.
Vicky Kaushal’s journey in the mainstream spotlight began with “Masaan” after featuring in smaller roles in projects like “Bombay Velvet” and “Luv Shuv Te Chicken Khurana.” As “Masaan” marked eight years since its release, the actor admits that he does not shy away from the pressures that come with stardom; instead, he finds motivation to push his artistic boundaries.
Stardom, according to Vicky, is not something to take for granted, as it is bestowed by the public. He views the pressures and responsibilities that accompany it as opportunities for growth, both professionally and personally. Welcoming the pressure, he wants it to be a driving force in his journey as an artist and as an individual.
With his last theatrical success, “Zara Hatke Zara Bachke,” Vicky desires that audiences continue to have high expectations from him. He aspires for people to care deeply about his work and expects the best from him in every project he takes on. Vicky firmly believes that striving to improve as an artist and earning people’s recognition is the path he chooses for himself. By embracing the pressure that comes with stardom, Vicky Kaushal demonstrates his commitment to continually honing his craft and delivering outstanding performances to his audience.