How Vicky Kaushal gained weight for URI:
Vicky has been impressing us for quite a while, starting from Sanju, to Raazi, and now Uri. The movie Uri is based on the retaliation of the surgical strike on India, and how India retaliated. Vicky is all ready to impress the audience with his powerful performance in the movie, and very recently the actor has shared a glimpse of the same up on Instagram to give us a sneak peak of how he went about the transformation.
The content of the video
The video has a footage of Vicky, who can be seen prepping up for the role. The actor has expressed his gratitude towards other co-stars, trainers, and coaches. He has written a glimpse of Uri, and that video doesn’t only share his alone journey, but also the journey of 20 other wonderful actors on a screen. He has thanked the Sikh regiment for training him also. In yet another video, Vicky Kaushal has shown how he gained 15kg muscle weight for the role. He has spoken about the endless screams and shouts that has led to the movie’s success.
This movie is to hit theaters on 11th January, and we are already extremely excited. Soon to be seen, we know how successful this endeavor will be! All the best to the team!
More development on #MeToo – Rajkumar Hirani is in trouble: The movie Munna Bhai has been stalled because of sexual harassment allegations on Rajkumar Hirani. The main #metoo movement began with Tanushree Dutta and months after the movement was started, it...read more
Shahid back on shooting Kabir Singh is an upcoming movie, and after long months of shooting at the Miranda House, the shoot venue is changing. Kabir Singh is the hindi remake of the movie Arjun Reddy, and Shahid Kapoor is partnered opposite to Kiara Lal on this...read more
Javed Akhtar talks about banning Indian content in Pakistan: We all know of the time there was a surgical strike in India and all the actors, singers, lyricists from Pakistan were sent back to their country – there was a complete ban. Veteran screenwriter,...read more
Re-review of Rajeev Masand's Review of SimmbaRajeev Masand in his critique of Simmba highly objects the film for being treated as a fruit or a cake which can't be sliced into two halves like the first half and the second half in which the director changes...read more
Neha Dhupia supports Rani Mukherjee’s #meToo statements: The movement of #meToo was originally born in USA and then it travelled down to the Bollywood with the influence of Tanushree Dutta. Tanushree has just returned back to the US again after her six month...read more