Vicky Kaushal is one of the actors that never fails to impress us with his acting abilities and is here to stay for the foreseeable future. Vicky has proven his spunk in films ranging from Masaan to Sardar Udham, proving time and again that he is a commendable performer. Vicky has done films that have won him awards, including the National Award, over the course of his seven-year career, beginning with his debut film Masaan in 2015. Take a closer look at five films of Vicky Kaushal that explain why the actor is becoming every director's first option as he turns a year older.
Here’s Top 5 Films Of Vicky Kaushal To Watch This Weekend
Uri: The Surgical Strike
URI is one of the top-grossing films in Indian cinema and is one of the best films by Vicky Kaushal. Apart from Vicky playing the main protagonist, the film also stars Yami Gautam and Paresh Rawal in pivotal roles. Also, the story involves top-class army officers that are appointed to execute a covert operation and annihilate a terrorist group. Vicky Kaushal received his first National Award for the movie URI.
It's not easy to play a historical figure, but Vicky Kaushal gave the performance of a lifetime in Shoojit Sircar's Sardar Udham. Vicky portrayed a revolutionary who assassinates Michael O'Dwyer, the lieutenant governor of Punjab in British India, for his role in the Jallianwala Bagh massacre. To appreciate his acting prowess, watch the scene in which Vicky heads to the site of the massacre minutes after his fellow men and women are gunned down.
Vicky rose to fame after his outstanding performance in Masaan. It was his first critically lauded film, in which he played a Dalit lad who lost love at a young age and struggled to find acceptance because of his caste. This Neeraj Ghaywan's directorial film was also selected for the Cannes Film Festival.
Vicky Kaushal appears in this film in a supporting role. He was Alia Bhatt's husband, and after their marriage, he fell in love with her. Alia Bhatt also played a Kashmiri girl who marries a Pakistani army soldier in order to spy on Pakistani conspiracies and confidential actions against India. This narrative takes place during the 1971 Indo-Pakistan War.
In Anurag Kashyap's Vicky Kaushal, Vicky Kaushal seemed in the different and never-seen-before avatar of Vicky Sandhu aka DJ Sands. The film is a love triangle with Abhishek Bachchan and Vicky Kaushal pursuing Taapsee Pannu, Vicky holds his own. He is spoiled, suave, vulnerable, loving, and childlike all at once and you can't help but feel for him.
So, according to critics and IMDb ratings, these are the best five films of well-acclaimed artist Vicky Kaushal. If you liked any do give your reviews and if you missed any of them then do watch the film. His films are just worth spending our precious time.