When not busy taking it too far, as he did in this execrable Sanju fake biography, Vicky Kaushal is a portrayal of controlled representations that bring out the vulnerable, vital, and vile sides of each character’s personality. In 8 years of career, Vicky already has an impressive work to show to her future generation.
Vicky Kaushal first gave us a vivid idea of what he is capable of in this Neeraj Ghaywan masterpiece on class oppression. As an actor with a deep connection to the Indian middle class, Vicky has brought his character in and out of the trauma and angst to which the underprivileged classes are perpetually subjected. The young lovers played with a naturalness preserved by Vicky Kaushal and Shweta Tripathi, build an atmosphere of soothing sweetness around the plot which shatters into pieces as the script moves to an unexpected explosion zone. “Yeh dukh kam nahin hota”, yells the young mourning lover played by Kaushal in a moment of unbearable anguish.
For those who thought that Vicky Kaushal’s Masaan act a year earlier was just a one-off flash in the pan, Zubaan is a revelation. Kaushal plays Dilsher, the misguided Sikh boy from Gurdaspur who only wants to be successful in a way we normally describe success. So he plans his way around the house, and the property of business mogul Sikand ends up getting what he thinks he wants. Vicky Kaushal playing the protagonist goes a long way in making director Mozez Singh’s job much easier. First Masaan and now Zubaan, Kaushal proves beyond any doubt that he is one of the most important acting talents to have touched the base of Hindi cinema over the past decade. His mastery of his stammering speech made me stutter for words of praise. Kaushal’s Dilsher is a portrait of self-defeating ambitions. Dilsher is a stammer, a groping bundle of self-esteem. We know he will fall. The brilliant storyline (Sumit Roy, Mozez Singh) grabs Dilsher before he hits the ground. The end of the game in the village of Dilsher where he rediscovers his roots is individualized by a keen sense of musical confluence where the traditional sound of Gurbani meets an explosion of rock-stadium. This explosion of musical effusion is composed by an incredibly versatile composer Ashutosh Phatak who brings to the film an appealing subtext of the universality that one seeks and finds in music and which, alas, escapes us by dealing with more considerations. practices of life.
RAMAN RAGHAV 2.0 (2016)
There are no heroes in Raman raghav. We saw it coming. We have seen the rapid evaporation of the heroism of Kashyap’s cinema, to the point where, Raman and Raghav, played with manly skill by Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Vicky Kaushal are the two faces of searing demonism. There is no sign of goodness in the two main characters. After a while, it’s hard to tell the difference between the two main characters, much harder than it was in Badlapur the movie whose morality was a precursor to Raman Raghav. Watch Vicky Kaushal have sex with his girlfriend, it’s not love, it’s hate. Vicky Kaushal has the trickiest part. He must extend in his character his natural criminal tendency (born, we are told, to a bully father) and also be functional within the confines of the law. He is shown to be a violent cocaine-snorting psychopath (if Tommy Singh Udta Punjab wore a uniform.…) and also brutal in bed with his girlfriend. In short, a complete asshole. Vicky’s inexperience as an actor hasn’t hampered the full flow of trash into the character. Vicky has proven himself to be the actor to watch for years to come.
Vicky Kaushal as Taapsee Pannu’s nerdy DJ lover worked hard to watch her role. Hair, clothing, and body language exude a sense of self-limiting rebellion. It’s never very clear if the passion between Vicky and Rumi (Taapsee) is about sex, or something more. Kaushal plays his morally and intellectually challenged character with humor and empathy. It’s a performance of many broken parts miraculously adding to a sense of informal completeness. It’s clear that Anurag Kashyap knows how to get the most out of Kaushal.
URI – THE SURGICAL STRIKE (2019)
This is one of my least favorite Vicky Kaushal performances, included here as it’s his biggest hit to date and the only one that proves he can carry a movie on his own shoulders. Of course, the hero here was patriotic jingoism. The bad guy was our neighboring county. Major Vihaan Singh Shergill of Kaushal was brave and angry enough. But he didn’t seem convinced by all the attacks on Paki that took place in this movie. That, in a way, speaks well of his attitude towards hawkish politics.
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