- "I feel there's a constant sense of happiness," said Vicky Kaushal
- "Film set is my paradise where I feel at peace," Vicky added
- Vicky Kaushal has Takht and Uri in the line-up
For Vicky Kaushal, 2018 has been an overwhelming year so far. The 30-year-old actor was applauded for his performances in Raazi and Sanju, which released this year. In a career spanning over six years, Vicky has two commercially successful films to his credit. Vicky said that it took time to "sink in" when people call him a 'star', news agency PTI reported. "When people say I've become a star, it takes time to sink in. My mom asks me, 'I can't have my feet on the ground as a parent, how are you feeling? What are you going through?' I feel there's a constant sense of happiness and gratefulness in me," PTI quoted Vicky as saying.
Besides starring in two superhit films, Vicky Kaushal also appeared in two Netflix series - Lust Stories and Love Per Square Foot"- which released earlier this year. "I finished Love Per Square Foot in January end and first week of February I started Sanju. Then it finished and within 20 days I had to get into Raazi. When that got over, I was shooting for Lust Stories. It was a lot of hard work. But film set is my paradise where I feel at peace. I want everyday of my life on a film set," Vicky added.
Karan Johar, who had earlier directed Vicky Kaushal in Netflix anthology Lust Stories, has now signed him for his next film Takht. The actor shared his excitement about being part of the film, which also features Kareena Kapoor, Ranveer Singh, Anil Kapoor and Bhumi Pednekar. Speaking about Takht, Vicky told news agency IANS: "I cannot talk too much about Takht apart from the fact that I am getting an opportunity to be directed by Karan sir, and work with a fabulous set of actors. It's any actor's dream come true, so I am very grateful," Vicky told IANS.
Vicky Kaushal also has Uri and Manmarziyan in the line-up. Manmarziyan also starring Abhishek Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu will release on September 21.
(With inputs from IANS)