Vicky Kaushal Actor Networth Biography, Wiki and Height and Weight, Career Family, Physical Information and Quotes
Vicky Kaushal was born on the 16th of May 1988. He is an Indian actor who appears in Hindi films. He received the National Film Award and a Filmfare Award and has been featured on Forbes’s Celebrity 100 list of 2019.
Born to action filmmakers Sham Kaushal and Veena Kaushal. Vicky was a student of engineering at the Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology. To pursue the film industry and television, he acted as an assistant to Anurag Kashyap on the drama Gangs of Wasseypur (2012) and then went on to play minor roles in two of Kashyap’s films. His first role as a famous actor came in an independent film Masaan (2015) that brought an award from an IIFA and the Screen Awards for Best Male Debut. He played an unhinged police officer for Kashyap’s psychological drama Raghav 2.0 (2016).
Vicky Kaushal Actor Life and career
He was a student of acting in Kishore Namit Kapoor’s school and was an assistant director to director Anurag Kashyap for the crime thriller Gangs of Wasseypur (2012). Kaushal has expressed fond memories of working alongside Kashyap, whom he considers his mentor. He also started working on stage, securing his first role as a part of Manav Kaul’s production Laal Pencil. In the film, Kaushal played minor roles in Kashyap’s productions Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana (2012) and Bombay Velvet (2015), as well as the short film that was an experiment Geek Out (2013).
Kaushal was the first actor to play the lead part in the independent film Masaan (2015), written by Neeraj Ghaywan. Kaushal was also a part of the team. Ghaywan was each assistant on Gangs Of Wasseypur, which he also assisted in, and was chosen to play the role following the fact that Rajkummar Rao backed out. In the part of an unemployed young man of an economically disadvantaged class looking to have a better life, Kaushal was in Benaras, which is the location where the film was shot and observed the behavior of the local men. The film premiered within the Un Certain Regard segment at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, where it was awarded two prizes, including the FIPRESCI Prize. Masaan was praised by critics as well. The New York Times is considered be the most prominent example of heightened realism in Indian cinema. Nikhil Taneja from HuffPost called Kaushal’s performance “poignantly unforgettable,” while Anuj K. from The Hindu wrote that “he effortlessly conveys the inequality complex as well as the idea of breaking free from into the casting cauldron.”His performance was rewarded with an award at the IIFA in addition to the Screen Awards for Best Male Debut, nominations to the Asian Film Award for Best Newcomer, and other awards.
Vicky Kaushal Actor General Information
Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Skin Type: Normal
Type of body: Athletic
Net Worth: $3 million
Born Name: Vicky Kaushal
Education: Sheth Chunilal Damodardas Barfivala High School, Mumbai Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology, Mumbai
Birth Sign: Taurus
Birthplace: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Vicky Kaushal Actor Physical Info
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Dark Brown
Race / Ethnicity Asian (Indian)
Height: 191cm/ 6.3ft
Weight: 80kg / 176lbs
Hair Type: Wavy
Hair Length: Small
Size of Shoe 44 EU / 9.5 UK / 10 US
Vicky Kaushal Actor Media Account
Vicky Kaushal Actor Family
Father: Sham Kaushal (Action Director)
Mother: Veena Kaushal (Homemaker)
Marital Status: Single
Reliability: Harleen Sethi (2018-2019), Katrina Kaif (2019-Present), Bhumi Pednekar (2019), Malavika Mohanan (2019)
Siblings: Sunny Kaushal (Assistant director)
Vicky Kaushal Actor Quotes
I feel like there’s the appearance of a halo surrounding me, like a constant sun everywhere I travel.
When people claim that I’m a celebrity, it takes time for the words to take in.
I have witnessed my father doing his job with the utmost honesty and integrity, as well as the sacrifices he took. I’ve also seen the results: if you do your best, you are worth it.
No matter to talented an actor is, he cannot make a scene credible on his own, which is why it’s part of a team effort.
Expectations don’t bother me because I’ve been working towards them. I would like people to have more from me with every film. I would never want to find myself in a place where they don’t have any expectations from me. I would like to put myself in place in which if they’re expecting sunshine from me, at the very least, I’ll be able to reach the moon.
Love isn’t complicated, but People are, and this is changing the way we view love.
My understanding of filmmaking stems from my experience as an assistant director on ‘Gangs Of Wasseypur.’
I had no interest in cinema. The environment at home was not filmy, and we didn’t discuss anything related to films.
I was an industry teen, but I wasn’t raised in the same way as one.