Vicky Kaushal on losing National Award to Allu Arjun: ‘Don’t have any fears’ GeoTv News


Vicky Kaushal on losing National Award to Allu Arjun: ‘You have no fears’ | Image via Instagram.

Sardar Odham, who plays the lead role of Vicky Kaushal, has won five awards at the recently announced National Film Awards 2023. The actor lost out to Allu Arjun, who won the Best Actor award for his performance in Pushpa: The Rise.

Now, Vicky has shared that he was not disappointed after losing the Best Actor award to Allu Arjun. The Masaan actor said, “The thing is, a lot of times when you get a film and work with a director you like, you think this is where you get your dream come true, and that’s really true for Sadr Adham. I’m not just saying what the hell. Being a Punjabi, that’s the subject.” That man, that story is very close to my heart.

Moreover, the actor said that he had been listening to this story since his childhood days and always wondered why people were not aware of it. In the end, when the opportunity came, it mattered.

“After that, whatever I got or didn’t get, it was all a bonus. For me, the story is to reach the world, get recognition, get resonance. That’s what it’s all about. After that, for the film to get all the attention,” he said. Kaushal: “Rewards are all rewards, I have no worries.”

On the work front, Vicky is gearing up for the release of The Great Indian Family with Manushi Chhillar, Manoj Pahwa, Kumud Mishra and others. Next, he has Sam Bahadur and Mere Mehboob Mere Sanam in his pipeline.

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