Vicky Kaushal responded with Ranbir Kapoor when asked which actor best represented masculinity in a film.
Since entering the industry, Bollywood actor Vicky Kaushal has astounded audiences with his superb acting abilities. Vicky Kaushal has excelled in every job that he has taken on, from playing Pakistani army officer Iqbal Syed in Raazi to a standout performance as Govinda in Govinda Naam Mera. The gifted actor has since talked about how masculinity is portrayed on television and lavished Ranbir Kapoor with appreciation, praising the way he doesn’t “underline” emotions while immersing himself in his role on the big screen.
Actor Vicky Kaushal praised Ranbir Kapoor for his acting abilities in a Nikhil Taneja interview. He quickly mentioned Ranbir Kapoor when asked about the actor who most represented masculinity on-screen. He downplays suffering. He does not emphasise the violence. He doesn’t emphasise tenderness. Nothing is underlined by him. I’ve occasionally seen an actor perform a certain emotion with a different flare, yet he still portrays it accurately. That is extremely uncommon, in my opinion. I feel that to be a very unique quality about him as an actor,” remarked Kaushal.
The Bollywood star is presently soaking up the love and acclaim for his role in The Great Indian Family, his most recent project in which Manushi Chillar also appears. Additionally, he will be seen in Shah Rukh Khan’s Dunki, Mere Mehboob Mere Sanam, and Sam Bahadur.
Ranbir Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor previously shared a screen in Tu Jhoothi Main Makkaar. He is now fired up and ready to go for his upcoming film Animal, which also stars Anil Kapoor and Bobby Deol.