Vicky Kaushal is trying to “understand the situation rationally” after being replaced in The Immortal Ashwatthama

Vicky Kaushal is in the headlines for the back-to-back films that he has been delivering. His latest film The Great Indian Family has hit the theatres today and fans are extremely excited to witness his new avatar. The film is directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya and produced under the banner of Yash Raj Films.

In a recent interview with a media agency, the actor made some startling revelations and talked his heart out. Vicky said that he has never been calculative about his films, if the scripts speak to him or even the characters, then it’s affirmative. Even if he gets emotionally moved by the plot, he tends to bring those emotions into the movie. And in the end, it’s the learning for him, if he has potentially gained something from the character.


The actor stated that he believes in destiny and karma and doesn’t contemplate about the future. He tackles each day as it comes and gives his best for the present moment. He says that he never thinks about what-ifs and attempts to do best with what he can. The URI star says that he tries to control what he can like playing his part in the film and spreading awareness about the film. However, the film’s success totally depends upon the audience and how they perceive it.

When asked that as a star he does many films, but how does he move on from it if things don’t work out? To that, Kaushal said that there could be a list of reasons, logistical ones that are responsible for the context of films. And if we look at the number of reasons it becomes easy to understand the situation more rationally. It’s not easy to move on from such tragedies, but we understand and it’s just part and parcel. As actors we are here to entertain and that must be our primary focus.