6 times Vicky Kaushal got the ‘josh’ sky high with his acting prowess

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Vicky Kaushal is synonymous with ‘Man Crush’ for almost every girl in the country. Even Katrina Kaif made a confession and revealed on ‘Koffee With Karan’ that, “The actor that I’d like to work with because we’d look good together is Vicky Kaushal.” Vicky Kaushal entered Bollywood as an assistant director to Anurag Kashyap in the much acclaimed Gangs of Wasseypur series. It was Neeraj Ghaywan, who decided to cast Vicky as the lead in his directorial, ‘Masaan’, and that right there, a star was born. There has been no looking back for Vicky Kaushal ever since. Here’s a list of movies that paved his path to stardom.

Masaan

He stole the show with his honest portrayal as a Dalit boy from Varanasi who lost love at an early age and had difficulties being accepted due to his caste. Talk about first impressions!

Raman Raghav 2.0

This Anurag Kashyap directorial showed Vicky in a dark shade as a demented, troubled cop who is on the lookout for a serial killer, and boy did he pull the role off so convincingly.

Raazi

As Sehmat’s husband and Pakistani army officer Iqbal Syed, every time that he came on screen, he let his eyes do the major talking. Oh and that soft smile, gave him the tag of a ‘charmer’.

Sanju

Playing the best friend to Ranbir Kapoor in Sanju, Kamli, has been the most pivotal role of Vicky Kaushal’s career. He received accolades from the industry and peers alike.

Manmarziyaan

Manmarziyaan saw Vicky Kaushal display a wilder side of his personality, as an impulsive, colourful, carefree DJ from Amritsar. His performance was like a lightning.

Uri: The Surgical Strike

Vicky played the role of a dedicated soldier, Vihaan, who is known for his meticulous strategizing and planning in missions. He had the audience bowled over with his performance.

So, how’s the josh?.....