Vicky Kaushal Looks Unrecognisable In THIS Throwback Video From His Acting School! (Photo Credit: Instagram)
Vicky Kaushal undoubtedly is the hottest things on internet today. One post of his and netizens go ga-ga about his looks. The actor has come a long way since his debut film Masan, however, bed has not always been a roses and the actor went through a lot of grooming session to become what he is today. An alumnus of Kishore Namit Acting School, Vicky’s fan clubs recently stumbled across a video from his acting school days and the actor looks unrecognisable!
The video that has hit internet today has Vicky playing a South Indian guy trying to woo a woman on the street. Vicky is seen sporting a vesti and a chequered shirt and a curly hairs. This video will definitely shock and impress all of his fans out there at the same time. In fact, we are pretty sure even Vicky is going to be surprised and nostalgic looking at the video.
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That's Vicky Kaushal from his acting school days. A Kishore Namit Acting School alumni Vicky looks confident here as a newbie trying to learn the craft. Plays an adorable south Indian guy. With his recent super stardom it looks like he has come a long way. What do you think of his acting chops here? ðŸÅ½¥ðŸÅ½¥ðŸÅ½¥
Vicky made his debut in 2015 with 'Masaan' and followed it up with 'Zubaan' and 'Raman Raghav 2.0' next year. Formerly an engineering student, the idea of taking acting as a career dawned on Vicky when he was appearing for a campus interview.
“From 2004 to 2009, I was doing my engineering. In the third year, we had campus interview. By that time, I already knew that I was not made for engineering. I had been active on stage as a child. I guess that was the first time that actor thought came in my mind and I started toying with it.” he once said in an interview.
Vicky worked as an assistant director to Anurag Kashyap in the two-part crime drama Gangs of Wasseypur (2012).Kaushal has described fond memories of working with Kashyap, whom he considers as his mentor. In film, Kaushal played minor roles in Kashyap's productions Luv Shuv De Chicken Khuranna and Bombay Velvet and the experimental short film Geek Out.
The 29-year-old will be next seen in Udham Singh biopic and Bhoot: The Haunted ship