Ever since the Coronavirus lockdown was imposed in March, the Indian film industry has taken a hit. Talking about the same in an interview, Vicky Kaushal recently said that although the misses work, he things to move towards normalcy. "Kaam toh hota rahega, logon ki safety pehle important hai (work will keep happening. People’s safety has to be the priority)," he said, adding that like any other actor, he "too would love to be back at work since it’s something that is closest to my heart".
Just like him, some feel "we should rather wait and watch (before commencing work)" while others are eager to resume their work. Vicky further added, "Of course, as an actor, I want to be on sets but at the same time, I feel we also have to think about the larger issue at hand. That way, I am very happy that there’s no film of mine which is stuck in-between."
Recently, Vicky celebrated his birthday in lockdown with his family, "Ghar pe hi cake banaya humne, but it was possibly the best birthday I’ve had in a long time, with just my parents and brother (actor Sunny Kaushal). We didn’t do anything ostentatious but it was an extremely special birthday, wherein I had all the time to spend with my loved ones," he had said.
Work wise, Vicky has wrapped up Shoojit Sircar’s Sardar Udham Singh. He will also be seen in Karan Johar's Takht.