Shah Rukh Khan might be upset with Vicky Kaushal and here's why!
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Shah Rukh Khan might be upset with Vicky Kaushal and here's why!

Vicky Kaushal will be appearing on The Kapil Sharma Show with the director Shoojit Sircar to promote their upcoming film Sardar Udham

Akhila Damodaran
Oct 13, 2021
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Vicky Kaushal as Sardar Udham 

All is not well with Vicky Kaushal, the promising Bollywood actor. According to Kiku Sharda, Vicky Kaushal has upset Bollywood king Shah Rukh Khan. The actor will be appearing on The Kapil Sharma Show along with the filmmaker Shoojit Sircar this weekend and while they were promoting the film Sardar Udham on the comedy chat show, Kiku made the revelation.

This left Vicky Kaushal confused, wondering what he had done to get the Khan upset. In the latest promo of the show, Kiku is seen telling Kaushal, “You know Shah Rukh Khan? Vo aapse kaafi khafa hain. Vo sabse keh rahe the, ‘ye vicky kaushal ne ab tak meri film Josh kyun nahi dekhi?’ Kapil then asks Kiku, “How do you know he hasn’t watched it?”

Kiku shares: “kyunki ye sabse poochte rehte hain – How’s the Josh? This left Kaushal and everyone else on the set in splits. The phrase ‘How’s The Josh’ became popular after it featured in the 2019 film Uri: The Surgical Strike starring Kaushal. The film was based on the surgical strike against Pakistan by India.  

Meanwhile, Vicky Kaushal's upcoming film Sardar Udham will be releasing on Amazon Prime Video on October 16. The film is based on the revolutionary freedom fighter who avenged the deaths of several unarmed Indians during the Jallianwala Bagh massacre. Kaushal will be essaying the role of the freedom fighter and revolutionary Sardar Udham Singh. Directed by Shoojit Sircar, the movie also stars Shaun Scott, Stephen Hogan, Banita Sandhu, Kirsty Averton, and Amol Parashar in significant roles.

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