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Vicky Kaushal Shares Candid Valentine’s Day Plans With Katrina Kaif Post Marriage on ‘The Great Indian Kapil Show’

A symbol of charm and one of Bollywood’s most admired actors, Vicky Kaushal, graced the recent episode of Netflix’s ‘The Great Indian Kapil Show’. The show, which garners immense popularity for its light-hearted banter and celebrity revelations, witnessed Vicky sharing the couch with his sibling Sunny Kaushal. Known for his charismatic screen presence, Vicky indulged in an amusing dialogue with the show’s host, the effervescent comedian Kapil Sharma.

In an engaging segment that caught the attention of the audience, Vicky was humorously questioned about the differences in his Valentine’s Day celebrations with actress Katrina Kaif before and after their nuptials. Responding with a smile that mirrored contentment, Vicky said, “Earlier, the idea was to spend quality time together and now also the idea is the same.” The statement reverberated with the simplicity and consistency of love that transcends the change in marital status.

The couple’s wedding in December 2021 became the talk of the town, embodying a fairytale-like union in the forte of Indian cinema. Prior to tying the knot, Vicky and Katrina maintained their romantic life away from the media glare, rarely making public appearances together, thus preserving the sanctity and privacy of their relationship.

During his tête-à-tête with Kapil, Vicky, known for his versatile role in the upcoming romantic comedy ‘Zara Hatke Zara Bachke’ (2023), also divulged amusing anecdotes from his childhood. Recalling the fond memories, he jestingly mentioned how his brother Sunny would occasionally end up in a gutter during their outings with their father. He also reminisced about a specific guest whose visits to their home would mean that young Vicky and Sunny had to perform an impromptu dance, much to their childhood trepidation.

Shifting focus to his professional horizon, Vicky Kaushal excitedly discussed ‘Chhava’, his upcoming venture directed by the esteemed filmmaker Laxman Utekar, recognizable for hits such as ‘Mimi’ and ‘Luka Chuppi’. After their first successful collaboration, the two talents come together again to create what is poised to be a captivating period drama. In ‘Chhava’, Kaushal is set to portray Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj, the heroic eldest son of the Maratha Empire’s founder, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, with Rashmika Mandanna as his co-star, painting a tale set in regal history.

Adding to an enviable roster of projects, Vicky also highlighted his role in ‘Bad Newz’, where he stars alongside Triptii Dimri and Ammy Virk. Originally christened ‘Mere Mehboob Mere Sanam’, the movie is scheduled to premiere on July 19 under the direction of Anand Tiwari. This venture also features the talented Neha Dhupia in a pivotal role.

Moreover, Vicky is all set to be part of the grand canvas painted by Sanjay Leela Bhansali in the upcoming film ‘Love And War’, sharing the stage with stellar actors Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt. The movie intends to present audiences with an unprecedented blend of romance and strife, under Bhansali’s signature flair for magnificent storytelling.

While Vicky Kaushal’s career trajectory soars high, Katrina Kaif, his better half, recently captivated the audience with her performance in ‘Merry Christmas’, alongside Vijay Sethupathi. Directed by Sriram Raghavan, this star-studded ensemble also includes Sanjay Kapoor, Vinay Pathak, Radhika Apte, Pratima Kannan, and Tinnu Anand, contributing to a rich cinematic experience.

‘The Great Indian Kapil Show’ has become a staple for intriguing celebrity encounters, with the current season launching with guests such as Ranbir Kapoor, Neetu Kapoor, and Riddhima Kapoor Sahni, followed by sports icons Rohit Sharma and Shreyas Iyer.

As Vicky Kaushal continues to revel in his evocative performances and personal joys, fans eagerly anticipate the magic he and his contemporaries will bring to the silver screen. With every forthcoming project, Vicky Kaushal affirms his dedication to the craft of acting and the art of enthralling audiences, forging an indelible mark in the annals of Indian cinema.