Happy Birthday Vicky Kaushal: From "Masaan" To The Blockbuster "Uri", All His Best Role To Remember

Mina Muzumdar |May 16, 2019

As Vicky Kaushal turns to 31 today, let's take a look back at his unforgettable characters on the silver screen!

Carving his own path with no godfather in Bollywood, Vicky Kaushal has built his reputation from the ground up, brick by brick. He embodies everything hardworking is about.

2018 has been favorable for him both professionally and personally as blockbuster Uri: The Surgical Strike achieved huge success at the box office. The role also gave Vicky Kaushal credit for his acting skill and his undisputed talent.

Vicky Kaushal

It is no exaggeration to say that if it's not Vicky Kaushal then no one could portrayal the character better than him. However, before playing as a hero in Uri: The Surgical Strike, Vicky Kaushal proved he is a paramount talent by featuring in different genres.

As the Bollywood superstar turns to 31 today, here is his best roles to remember.

Masaan

Masaan won Vicky Kaushal Best Male Debut from IIFA and Screen Awards. From the very first frame to the last, the audience was enthralled with the love story of the young college student Deepak (Vicky Kaushal). As a newcomer, Vicky received praise from both the critics and the audiences for his stellar act.

Zubaan

Though Zubaan didn't receive much attention from the domestic market, the film was the first Indian's film to open the 20th Busan Internation Film Festival. Moreover, while Zubaan's director Mozez Singh took home Rising Director Asia Star Award, Vicky Kaushal also impressed the critic for bringing raw intensity to his role.

Raman Raghav 2.0

It's was Vicky Kaushal's risky choice when featuring a grey character as a drug-addict cop in Raman Raghav 2.0. Not only did he perfectly portrayed a person who struggles with his inner evil, but also he proved that he is an ever-versatile actor.

Love Per Square Foot

In Netflix's romantic comedy film, Vicky played a 20-something guy passionately in love with Karina D'souza. The lovebird has been dreaming about their birdnest for a long time but they have to hold back the ideas because of daily life's trouble.

Raazi

Raazi could tug at your heartstring as Vicky Kaushal's excellent performance is just too vivid. The film emotionally binds the audience in the story of an agent called Sehmat (Alia Bhatt) who followed her father's order to marry a Pakistani officer to spy information for India. Since Raazi, Vicky reached a level of maturity and evolution in his acting skill.

Lust Stories

Vicky Kaushal once again proved his ability to play a variety of type by Lust Stories and that's is also the reason they called him a new sensation of Bollywood. In Lust Stories, Vicky plays an average Indian husband who couldn't satisfy his wife in bed. And he is one of the daring actors who put his iconic masculinity aside to portray this character.

>>> Also read: Major Throwback: How Kiara Advani Masters Her Vibrator Scene In "Lust Stories"

Sanju

Vicky Kaushal proved he can hog the limelight even if he is not the male lead like his portrayal in Sanju. From the beginning of the movie until the very last minutes, Vicky could make you burst out laughing or bring tears to your eyes. At the end of the movie, you are just about to be left speechless with every emotion he transmits to the audience.

7 films with seven different characters, we have seen a dedicated man who always strives to do his best for everything he does. Again, Happy birthday Vicky Kaushal!

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