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Vicky Kaushal Talks About ‘Privileged’ Actors Pretending To Be Middle Class, ‘Tiring Process’

Bollywood actor Vicky Kaushal has carved his own niche in the film industry despite being technically a ‘nepo kid’. He worked hard to achieve success on the basis of merit and not his contacts of father and veteran action director Sham Kaushal. The actor who is gearing up for the release of his upcoming film ‘The Great Indian Family’ recently sat for an interview with Instant Bollywood. During his interaction, Vicky was asked if people from the industry who come from more privileged backgrounds try to appear middle class so as to escape attacks from audience. Sharing his opinion, the actor said that viewers hate inauthenticity and this isn’t always related to background.

When asked if some privileged actors pretend to be middle class so as to appear ‘relatable’ and to avoid hate, Vicky said that he doesn’t think so. He shared how viewers can see through nowadays and nobody can put on an act for a long time. “How long can you keep the pretence on? A day? Two days? Four weeks, a year? And it’s a very tiring process also,” stated the actor.

Furthermore, Vicky clarified that people do not hate privilege, they just don’t appreciate inauthenticity. He quoted, “If you pretend to be someone you’re not, that’s what they hate. If you’re true to yourself, and that’s what you present, nobody will have any complaints. That’s what I believe and as an audience member, always relate to. If someone isn’t genuine, even if they’re a middle class person, then you can’t relate with them.”

Workwise, Vicky Kaushal appeared last in Laxman Utekar’s ‘Zara Hatke Zara Bachke’ with Sara Ali Khan. The film dealt with middle class family dynamics and aimed at offering ‘relatable’ entertainment to audiences. It worked well at the box office. Vicky is coming up next with ‘The Great Indian Family’ alongside Manushi Chhillar.

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