Vicky Kaushal has established himself as an actor who can be relied on to perform admirably in every role. From Masaan, in which he portrayed a guy who fires funeral pyres, to playing a special operations soldier performing a surgical strike across the border, he has performed a wide range of characters. He has consistently received high appreciation for them. He is one of the only actors to have received a National Award at the start of his career. Vicky Kaushal has effectively garnered a large fan following and the audience’s affection.
Following are Vicky Kaushal’s top movies:
During his early career, Vicky Kaushal made his film debut in Neeraj Ghaywan’s Masaan. The plot revolves around four people who endure prejudice, a stringent moral code, and a punitive caste structure as they face personal tragedies along India’s Ganga River. Richa Chadha and Sanjay Mishra also had significant parts in the film. The film was critically lauded and had an IMDb rating of 8.1.
Raman Raghav 2.0 (2016)
Vicky Kaushal co-starred with Nawazuddin Siddiqui in Anurag Kashyap’s Raman Raghav 2.0. The film’s narrative revolves around Ramanna, a crazed murderer who finds a soulmate in Raghavan, a police officer investigating his murder cases. He attempts to persuade Raghavan of their similarities. The picture received critical acclaim and currently has a 7.3 IMDb rating.
Vicky Kaushal appeared in Meghna Gulzar’s Raazi as a supporting role. In this female-centric film, Alia Bhatt plays the lead role. Rajit Kapoor also had an essential role in the movie. The film’s narrative focused on a Kashmiri lady who decides to marry a Pakistani army soldier to spy on Pakistan during the 1971 Indo-Pakistan War. The picture received positive reviews and now has a 7.8 IMDb rating.
Vicky Kaushal appeared in Rajkumar Hirani’s Sanju in a supporting role. In the film, Vicky was his backbone and closest buddy, and Ranbir Kapoor played the starring part. The movie’s storyline revolves around actor Sanjay Dutt’s complicated life, which includes everything about his cinematic career, prison time, and personal life. The picture gained fame and now has a 7.8 IMDb rating.
Uri: The Surgical Strike (2019)
Vicky Kaushal starred in Aditya Dhar’s URI: The Surgical Strike. The film’s narrative focused on Indian army special forces who carry out a secret operation to avenge the deaths of fellow army men at their post by a terrorist cell. In addition, Paresh Rawal and Yami Gautam performed essential parts in the film.
Kaushal’s commitment is what makes you want to engage in the film. He methodically acts to glory amid craziness and emerges triumphant from the heart of darkness. He has once again demonstrated that you could cast him in any part in any picture, and he will give it his all. The film was critically lauded and had an IMDb rating of 8.3. Kaushal won his first National Award for this film.