7 Best Vicky Kaushal movies that prove he is a talented actor

Vicky Kaushal is an Indian actor star and artist who was born on 16th May 1988 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. He has received multiple awards, including a National Film Award and a Filmfare Award, and he was named to Forbes India’s Superstar 100 list in 2019. Vicky Kaushal began doing small role in the movies as an assistant to Anurag Kashyap in the 2012, a crime thriller Gangs of Wasseypur. Hence, he ended up playing smaller roles in two of Kashyap’s projects. His debut leading part was in the 2015 melodrama Masaan, and he next appeared in the supernatural drama Raman Raghav 2.0. (2016). Vicky Kaushal rose to prominence in 2018 with bit parts in Raazi and Sanju, both of the year’s highest-grossing Bollywood movies. As a result, for which he won the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Role.

Here is a list of the 7 best Vicky Kaushal that proves he is a talented actor

  1. Sardar Udham

Sardar Udham is one of latest Patriotic Movies starring Vicky Kaushal. The Jallianwala Bagh slaughter left a profound mark on a young Sardar Udham. He fled into the hills of Afghanistan, eventually arriving in London in 1933-34. Udham devoted the most pivotal 6 years of life there, re-igniting the movement. Udham Singh murdered Michael O’Dwyer, the man in charge of operations in Punjab, on March 13, 1940, 21 years after carrying the untreated wound. Sardar Udham, played by Vicky Kaushal, dabbles in unknown territory. He does his best to convey unspoken thoughts, but a drama like this requires Irrfan to communicate via his eyes.

  1. URI: The Surgical Strike

URI Starring Vicky Kaushal is one of the highest-grossing movies in Indian entertainment and, in TopPiks opinion, it is Vicky Kaushal’s best movie. Vicky plays the primary character, with Yami Gautam and Paresh Rawal also portraying important roles in the film. In addition, the plot revolves around top-tier army officers who are assigned to carry out a clandestine operation and eliminate a terrorist outfit. Vicky Kaushal won his first National Prize for this film.


  1. Raazi

Vicky is a secondary character in this movie. He was Alia Bhatt’s spouse who fell madly in love with her after their wedding. Furthermore, Alia Bhatt portrayed a Kashmiri girl who romances a Pakistani army general to spy on Pakistani conspiracies and clandestine actions against India. This narrative takes place during the 1971 Indo-Pakistan Conflict.


  1. Masaan

One of the best Vicky Kaushal Movies is Masaan. Vicky initially demonstrated his abilities in Neeraj Ghaywan’s masterwork on class injustice. Kaushal, as an artist with a profound connection to the Indian middle society. Moreover, maneuvered his role in and out of the grief and agony that the disadvantaged classes face. Vicky and Shweta Tripathi portrayed young lovers, and they created a softness around the narrative that crumbles as the script progresses.


  1. Sanju

Sanju is the biography of one of India’s most talented artists, Sanjay Dutt. Vicky Kaushal plays the sympathetic actor and buddy of Ranbir Kapoor’s portrayal as Sanjay Dutt. Furthermore, the plot centers around Sanjay Dutt’s problematic life and acts. How he got into trouble and how much his pal was always there for him.


  1. Lust Stories

Some argue that lust is the most direct manifestation of love. It’s pure love in its purest form. This is exactly what the four storylines in this serial film investigated. Vicky appeared in the narrative, which was produced by Karan Johar. Kiara Advani and Vicky Kaushal play a young newlywed, and Neha Dhupia plays a passionate librarian. The film discusses how sexual happiness is a right as well, and how women should not be viewed negatively if they want it.


  1. Love Per Square Foot 

Vicky portrays the part of a young lad from a rural town who is infatuated with his childhood crush but encounters numerous obstacles due to the way Indian society operates. He must deal with pressure from parents, societal pressure, and the consequences of going against his family’s ideals.

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