Uri: The Surgical Strike star, Vicky Kaushal has been the ‘nation’s crush’ for some time now. Both his talent & charm have many adoring fans who shower love on him all the time. But amidst all this, we all know that everything comes at a cost. And Vicky is very well aware of this reality of the success that he got in a short span of time.
In a recent interaction with IANS, this National Award-winning actor opened up about having insecurities and said that it is a very human thing to experience. He also revealed his ways to deal with them.
“Of course (being an actor comes with insecurities), and it is a very human thing. Everyone feels insecurity and in this profession you get so much love that the stakes of insecurities become higher. Several ‘what ifs’ creep in because nothing is permanent. No success or failure is permanent. No good or bad time is permanent. So, it leads to insecurities.”
“For me, it is important to surround myself with people who know me for the human being I am and not the actor. I am with my family and I am very close to my college friends. I get my grounding from them. So they help me be secure and help me be in touch with who I am.”
He concluded his words by adding,
“But I think insecurities are very human things and we should embrace them and live through it and flush them out. Live them and flush them out as they will teach you things.”
Vicky’s last flick Uri: The Surgical Strike, is one of the highest-grossing films of 2019 & it also earned him first National Award in sharing with Ayushmann Khurrana. His next flick is Bhoot – The Haunted Ship: Part One, it will be helmed by Bhanu Pratap Singh & will be released in November, this year.