Vicky Kaushal says he is “not disappointed” for not bagging the National Award for Sardar Udham

Sardar Udham, a film starring Vicky Kaushal, garnered multiple honours at the 69th National Film Awards. Vicky, on the other hand, did not receive the Best Actor prize, and he expressed his feelings about that.

Sardar Udham, did remarkably well at the 69th National Film Awards, where it won Best Hindi Film and other honours. However, Vicky did not win the Best Actor award, which went to Allu Arjun for Pushpa: The Rise, he got tremendous appreciation for his performance when the film was first released. In a recent interview, the actor shared his feelings about not winning and his feelings on the film.

In an interview with India Today, Vicky Kaushal was asked if he was disappointed that Sardar Udham did not win Best Actor at the National Awards. Vicky replied, saying, “Nahi! The thing is that many times, when you get a film, and get to work with a director that you like, you think that’s where your dream has come true, which is genuinely true for Sardar Udham. I am not just saying for the heck of it. Being a Punjabi, that topic, that man, that story is very, very close to my heart.”

He went on to explain, “We have been listening to this story since our childhood days and always used to wonder why not many people know about this. So, for me, to eventually get the opportunity was a big deal and, after that, what I got or didn’t get, everything was a bonus. For me, the story to reach the world, to get appreciated, to get resonated, that is everything. After that, for the film to get all the rewards are all bonuses. I don’t have any qualms.”

Vicky Kaushal is now preparing for the release of The Great Indian Family, his upcoming film. He recently achieved fame with his comedic play Zara Hatke Zara Bachke, in which he co-starred with Sara Ali Khan.

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