Uri and Raazi Star Vicky Kaushal Talks About Patriotism In Changing Times

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Vicky Kaushal made the nation take notice of his performance in Uri: The Surgical Strike. The actor’s performance made everyone feel proud of one’s country. He was also a part of Raazi which was yet another patriotic film. Today on Army Day, Vicky Kaushal gets talking to Times Of India and shares his views and experience about working on both the films.

Vicky Kaushal

In the interview, Vicky Kaushal was asked by TOI that since both his films Raazi and Uri were about patriotism but in different decades and era, what does he think how has patriotism changed and the actor said, “I don’t know if patriotism has changed or not. The emotion of patriotism is very universal but situations like kayi baar change ho jaate hain. The relations between the two countries are so fragile that they keep changing over time. We go through good times, bad times, ugly times and tense times. That changes. I feel it is important to be a little more patient when it comes to each other’s viewpoints related to patriotism. So that varies but otherwise, I feel the emotion is the same.”

Vicky Kaushal


In further added in the interview that we should adopt the army’s basic etiquette as well, and their secular outlook. Their secularism is definitely something we should learn from the army personnel. Vicky Kaushal will be next seen in The Immortal Ashwatthama which is a sci-fi superhero flick and will also be seen in YRF’s next which stars him opposite Manushi Chillar.

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