No matter how much we avoid it, there is that one word always crops up. Yes, we are talking about Nepotism, the word that came into being in Bollywood on Karan Johar's chat show, the debate around which goes on till date. And to be frank, nepotism exists in not just Bollywood but in other aspects too and there's nothing much one can do about it. Now, not many of you would be aware that Vicky Kaushal, who is currently riding high on the success of Uri- The Surgical Strike, is the son of Shyam Kaushal, a well known director. So when he was question about the same, on Jitesh Pillai's chat show, he had an interesting reply to that. Mumbai Police Tweets Vicky Kaushal ‘How’s the Josh?’ Dialogue, Get the Perfect URI–The Surgical Strike Style Reply.
In one of the segments, the host read out some of the nasty comments from Twitter and Instagram where one of them pointed out that Vicky wasn't conventionally good looking i.e. as per the standards of Bollywood and the fact that he is a filmmaker's son and comes from a rich, Punjabi family is his only USP. He mentioned he "doesn't have hero face" but only a "filmy background", to which Vicky said, "Sir, you are most welcome in Bollywood and try and survive a week".
Check out Vicky's answer to the troll here:
The wait is finally over!
— Filmfare (@filmfare) February 11, 2019
On the work front, we are next going to see Vicky in Takht, which is another big venture for him considering he will be working with Karan Johar for the first time. The film also stars Kareena Kapoor, Ranveer Singh, Sonakshi Sinha and Aditya Roy Kapur among the likes of others.