Vicky Kaushal’s Acting School Day’s Video Will Put You In An Awe After Seeing His Impeccable Transformation; It’s Unbelievable – CHECK OUTಮನರಂಜನೆ
Vicky Kaushal is one of the actors in Bollywood who eventually rose to prominence with his hard work and dedication. Recently a throwback video of the actor’s drama school days is making waves on social media and you can’t miss it
An actor who has been enjoying the spotlight due to his profession, as well as his personal life, is our Kamli Vicky Kaushal. The actor has carved out a niche for himself and portrayed the journey of rising to prominence by starting with a zero. Now he is one of the A-Lister actors and filmmakers are looking forward to collaborating with him. He has also garnered a huge fan base and they all adore him immensely.
On his Instagram Stories, Vicky recently shared a 13-year-old clip from his acting school days. The video has been making waves on social media and fans couldn’t believe their eyes on seeing Vicky Kaushal’s transformation.
Shireen Mirza, a classmate of his, originally published the video, which the ‘Uri’ star reposted. In the clip, the performers are charming and amusing as they recreate a funny moment jointly.
Shireen was having a Question session on Instagram. She is most known for her role as Simran ‘Simmi’ Bhalla Khurana in the now-defunct hit tv serial ‘Yeh Hai Mohabbatein.’ A netizen requested that she publish a photo/video with Vicky Kaushal, and she jokingly apologized to Vicky for having shared the clip, writing, ” Vicky folding hands before uploading this haha” with folded hands and tears of delight emojis.
Vicky also shared another picture in his story after this video wherein he can be seen in his intense poker look poise as he is standing in his gym with that built-up chiseled body. The monochromatic picture will definitely put you in a frenzy and make your heart skip a beat.
Vicky had a fleeting appearance in ‘Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana’ as the younger iteration of the film’s protagonist Kunal Kapoor and in ‘Bombay Velvet’ as the sidekick to Kay Kay Menon’s Officer Vishwas Kulkarni prior marking his Bollywood breakthrough as a lead character.
Before earning his leading breakthrough in Neeraj Ghaywan’s critically appreciated movie ‘Masaan,’ he attended a drama school and even aided filmmaker Anurag Kashyap.