‘Dreams do come true’ and this throwback picture of Vicky Kaushal with Shah Rukh Khan is proof


Vicky Kaushal is not only a talented actor but he is also a National Award-winning talented actor. One could definitely say, he has arrived and how! The actor who is the latest hot property on the block, courtesy the thundering success of Uri: The Surgical Strike, has captivated the hearts of his audience – both critics and cinemagoers alike. He has even bagged multiple projects and, in a short span of 4 years, has entered the league of A-listers. In fact, his slate is filled with a slew of multiple projects and it seems like he is set to shatter all the records at the ticket windows again. Also, something tells us that this is just the beginning for Vicky Kaushal!

But somehow, it feels like Vicky Kaushal’s biggest attribute is his modesty and the fact that he has no air about himself. In fact, he is the perfect role model for aspiring actors who come from nothing but want to make it big in the world of showbiz just like him. He is the living testament that ‘dreams do come true’ and we have proof. Not just us, everyone has it to see cause the actor took to Instagram stories to share the same while sharing a throwback picture with none other than Shah Rukh Khan. It is collage rather; on one side it is an old picture where a young Vicky can be seen SRK on the sets of Asoka and on the other, the duo can be seen shaking a leg on stage. See it and feel it for yourself.

Told you! On the work front, Vicky has quite a few films in the pipeline. He has two biopics lined up, one is Sardar Uddham Singh and other is on Sam Manekshaw. He will also be a part of a horror franchise film Bhoot – Part One: The Haunted Ship. Vicky also has the biggest ensemble movie of his career- Karan Johar’s Takht. It also stars an ensemble star cast of Ranveer Singh, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Alia Bhatt, Anil Kapoor, Janhvi Kapoor and Bhumi Pednekar. After the debacle of his last production, Kalank, reports suggested that KJo planned to shelve his ambitious film Takht. Contrary to the buzz that kept doing the rounds, the filmmaker is ready to roll his film early next year. Takht will go on floors in February 2020 and it will be shot from the start to the finish. Stay tuned to BL for more updates and scoops!

Story Timeline

  • Bhumi Pednekar: I think Karan’s films are larger than life and yet aspirational

    12th Jun 2019

  • First poster of Vicky Kaushal’s Bhoot: Part One – The Haunted Ship is here and it’ll scare the daylights out of you

    10th Jun 2019

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