As the new Bollywood actor, who became famous from his super hit film ‘Uri’, now enters the real A listers of B.Town. Mr. Demand Vicky Kaushal is suddenly becomes popular and demanding in the Bollywood. And started praising the top rated actors in film industry, after Vicky gibe 2 to 3 back to back hits and he is working with top stars like Alia Bhatt and other. In the latest movie, he cast opposite to Alia Bhatt “Takht.” Now, Vicky Kaushal speaks high of Alia Bhatt’s in ‘Takht’ and calls it magical.
On the other hand, recently there were reports that Vicky Kaushal’s character in Takht has been rewritten to equal Ranveer Singh’s role. The actor thinks that Alia Bhatt’s role is magical in the Karan Johar directorial. The actor was asked about Takht and who he thinks will be the best actor among all. Vicky said, “Alia’s part is magical.” Vicky and Alia gave one of the biggest blockbuster hits of 2018 with Raazi as well.
Vicky Kaushal on Alia Bhatt and Takht
In the film, Ranveer Singh will be seen playing the role of Shahjahan’s son Dara Shikoh and Vicky Kaushal will be seen as Aurangazeb in the period drama. Alia Bhatt will be seen romancing Vicky Kaushal in the film.
Takht is poised to be a never-seen-before Mughal empire extravaganza, the star cast also includes bigwigs such as Kareena Kapoor Khan, Bhumi Pednekar, Janhvi Kapoor and Anil Kapoor, who are all essaying important characters in the film. Details on Takht will soon start flowing out as to who is playing which character.
Well on the other hand, according to some authentic reports, there is no news like that. Besides all, the news about the Vicky Kaushal character in Takht has not been rewritten. A source close to the development had said, “Nothing of that sort has happened. Karan’s script has not changed even once since it was planned. No such alterations have been made to the narrative.
Each actor has received the same script and has been informed about their roles. Everyone has an important part to play and contribute to the plot. There’s no confusion and people shouldn’t create trouble when there’s none.”