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Vicky Kaushal Reflects on Valentine’s Traditions Post-Marriage with Katrina Kaif on ‘The Great Indian Kapil Show’

Amid the glitter and paparazzi of Bollywood, newlyweds Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif have catalyzed a media buzz since their nuptial vows in December 2021. The couple, who have subtly navigated through the limelight often shrouding their personal life, recently found their relationship the subject of a light-hearted interrogation on the popular streaming show ‘The Great Indian Kapil Show’ hosted by comedian Kapil Sharma on Netflix.

On the episode, Vicky Kaushal appeared alongside his younger sibling, actor Sunny Kaushal, charming the audience with candid anecdotes and insights into his post-wedding life—particularly, the nuances of celebrating Valentine’s Day. When prodded by Kapil Sharma about the differences in festivities before and after marriage, Vicky quipped with a touch of humor and earnest affection, “Earlier, the idea was to spend quality time together and now also the idea is the same.”

Their relationship, characterized by quietude, now blossoms away from the eyes of the public, as they were rarely seen together prior to their intimate wedding ceremony. Diving into the episodes of nostalgia, Vicky unveiled endearing childhood mishaps involving his brother Sunny Kaushal during family outings, where the latter would unwittingly tumble into gutters—an amusing contrast to their current celebrity status.

Vicky also recounted the tremor of childhood fears, remembering how the presence of a particular guest at their home meant an inevitable dance performance, much to their childhood dismay.

Enhancing Bollywood’s cinematic landscape, Vicky has several projects in the pipeline. His forthcoming venture, ‘Chhava,’ garners special attention. Helmed by Laxman Utekar—who graced the industry with hits like ‘Mimi’ and ‘Luka Chuppi’—the film represents the duo’s second collaboration after the rom-com ‘Zara Hatke Zara Bachke.’ ‘Chhava’ promises to be a grandiose period drama with Vicky starring opposite Rashmika Mandanna. He’s set to portray the historical figure Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj, drawing viewers into the splendor of the Maratha Empire.

Additionally, Vicky Kaushal’s lineup tantalizes with ‘Bad Newz’, co-starring Triptii Dimri and Ammy Virk. This project, originally titled ‘Mere Mehboob Mere Sanam’, has set its release for July 19. Commandeered by director Anand Tiwari, the film also features the versatile Neha Dhupia.

In a collaboration sure to pique widespread fascination, Vicky is also caught in the web of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s magnum opus ‘Love And War,’ starring alongside the eminent Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt. Bhansali’s project teases an immersive journey into narratives of passion, conflict, and unparalleled visual splendor.

Contrasting to Vicky’s bustling schedule, Katrina Kaif’s recent screen presence was marked in ‘Merry Christmas’ with Vijay Sethupathi—a Sriram Raghavan directorial that also stars Sanjay Kapoor, Vinay Pathak, and Radhika Apte among others.

‘The Great Indian Kapil Show’ has become a weekly staple for fans on Netflix, having aired four episodes featuring a variety of celebrity appearances. The show has been graced by the likes of Bollywood royalty Ranbir Kapoor and his family and also sported cricketing legends like Rohit Sharma and Shreyas Iyer, illustrating the program’s range in drawing star power.

The episode capped off with Vicky Kaushal’s light-hearted banter and revelations, augmenting the anticipation for his on-screen endeavors. As the audience watches the show to catch a glimpse of their favorite stars, it remains fascinated by both the secretive and the shared facets of superstar lives. Each episode, chapter, and frame adds to Bollywood’s endless mosaic of stories and, with Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif, those stories gain new hues—a testament to the cultural tapestry that is Indian cinema.