An editor of Filmare Jitesh Pillai recently interviewed URI Fame Vicky Kaushal. Vicky opened up about his family, career, and his college love life. Jitesh started this interview with congratulating Vicky about the massive success of URI.
He asked him about how it feels to be a superstar? And to this very first question, Vicky answered with, “am I?” And further Vicky Kaushal said that the success of URI is unbelievable and its still sinking in. “To be on the receiving end of so much of love, praise is really something. I feel very special and this is what every artist lives for.” Vicky added.
Moving forward, they talked about the video in which Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “How’s the Josh?” and Vicky Kaushal said that it was very special for him.
He also told about the day when this video was viral on the internet and when he saw his phone after his shoots his phone was flooded with mentions and tags. “How’s the Josh” is a line from URI movie which is being used everywhere nowadays to energize or motivate a group of people.
Then, Jitesh stirred the topic of female attention that Vicky Kaushal receives on all social media accounts. Some women literally ask him in comments “Will you marry me?” and some other related things.
Vicky Kaushal went shy on this question and said that he doesn’t know how to handle all this and talked about the soft side of his behavior. He also mentioned some weird incidents that happened with him during promotions.
When their conversation shifted towards Vicky’s family, Vicky talked about his relationship with his parents. He also talked about when he was dating a girl in his Junior college and was trying to hide this from his parents. But after a point, he shared this with his mother, that matter went to his father.
He was scared that his father will scold but that turned out to great and his father gave him some advice about being friends and being with each other.
Later, Jitesh showed him the trolls on his Instagram and Vicky Kaushal reacted to some of those trolls. He also gave a smashing reply to one of the trollers for calling him the product of Nepotism.
Overall, this interview was full of laughter and fun. Vicky will be seen as Aurangazeb along with Ranveer Singh, Kareena Kapoor, and Alia Bhatt in Karan Johar’s upcoming movie Takht.