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Is The Khan Era Over? Uri Actor Vicky Kaushal On If He, Aysushman And Rajkumar Rao Are Taking Over Khans In Bollywood

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The days that gone are those days when a movie would become a blockbuster super duper hit with a big superstar in it! Nowadays, the audience is onto for good stories, greater content no matter how big or small the actor is; 2018 being the simplest example to prove identical. Where Shah Rukh Khan‘s Zero, Salman Khan’s Race 3, and Aamir Khan’s Thugs Of Hindostan did not make an impression. Small-budget films like Ayushmann Khurrana’s Andhadun, Rajkummar Rao’s Stree, Vicky Kaushal’s Raazi won over the audience and made superb cash at the box workplace. Therefore will this mean Rajkummar, Ayushmann and Vicky Kaushal are the ‘new-age’ Khans of Bollywood; ruling the box workplace one film at a time?

When actor Vicky Kaushal was recently approached for his upcoming film Uri: The Surgical strike, this same question was being asked to him that how will it feel once folks compare his, Ayushmann and Rajkummar’s journey to the superstars of movie industry and think about them to be the new actuation of movie industry and he said, “See we tend to feel grateful to the audience if they give us so much of love. But the thing is, every year we come up with new trendsetting categories…this was the year of this and so on and I feel it should continue this way with something new happening with every passing year. This time, ‘New-age actor’ is the new term that’s come up…it’s good, a great thing in fact. It’s a token of appreciation only and we embrace it with open arms but it’s all just a part and parcel of our profession, of our journey. We are just working with honesty. It’s primarily the films getting the appreciation and that’s why we are also getting the love. So I feel it’s really important for the film to receive the love!”

The teaser of Uri received an amazing response from the audience. Once concerning his experience of working in Uri, Vicky said “It was a very nice experience to figure within the film. In a very short span of my career, Uri has been the foremost physically hard-to-please film for me and I am terribly excited because, when the teaser, the trailer of the film will release. I’m terribly excited to grasp audience reaction to the film.”

In the film Vicky Kaushal will be seen playing the role of an Indian commando who is concerned within the 2016 strike. Concerning his role, the actor said: “When you play the role of a commando onscreen, you’re feeling that they’re the real heroes. In our effort to portraying their character, we get exhausted but they are living their lives like that on a daily basis so hats off to them and it’s not easy what they are doing.”

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