Vicky Kaushal Feels Criticism Is Important For Actors To Grow
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Vicky Kaushal Feels Criticism Is Important For Actors To Grow

Vicky Kaushal shared that is important for actors to listen to the constructive criticism that's coming their way so that it can help them improve

In a short amount of time, Bollywood actor Vicky Kaushal has made a huge name for himself. He has worked with some of the finest actors in the industry and proven his mettle as an A-class artist as well. With films such as Raazi, Masaan and Sanju, Vicky has shown that there is no stopping him now. The young actor has also garnered a huge fan following of his own and is now one of the biggest heartthrobs of Bollywood. But with success comes a lot of criticism as well, which the actor is completely open for.

In a recent interview, Vicky shared, " "If criticism is constructive and it makes you introspect and wonder that 'Haan, isme koi baat hai' and 'Isme main kuch kar sakta tha jo sahi click nahi hui', then of course you should follow that and take it in stride. At times, criticism is an outcome of angst and at times it is said just for the sake of it. You know your truth, so you read it and ponder over it. If it makes sense, you believe it, take it forward and work on it. If not, you can't hold on to it. Then, that would affect your work."

While adding that he would continue to believe his instincts when it comes to script selection, Vicky stated, "The quest is to not repeat myself. If I have done something in the recent past, I would not explore that territory again, but do something varied and work with new people and directors. Of course, I would also always work with directors I have admired again and again. At the end of the day you read a good script and if it connects with you, you take the plunge following your heart." The actor will be next seen in Bhoot, Karan Johar's multi-starrer Takht, and Udham Singh.

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