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Bollywood actor Vicky Kaushal has made his own identity in the film industry despite technically being a ‘Nepo Kid’. He worked hard to achieve success based on merit and not on the contacts of his 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 down for an interview with Instant Bollywood. During their conversation, Vicky was asked whether people in the industry who come from more privileged backgrounds try to look middle class to avoid attacks from the audience. Sharing his opinion, the actor said that audiences hate inauthenticity and it is not always related to the background.

When asked if some privileged actors pretend to be middle-class to look ‘relatable’ and avoid hatred, Vicky said he doesn’t think so. He shared how nowadays the audience can watch and no one can act for long. “How long can you pretend? one day? 2 days? Four weeks, a year? And it is also a very tiring process,” said the actor.

Additionally, Vicki clarified that people don’t hate privilege, they just don’t appreciate inauthenticity. He quoted, “If you pretend to be someone you’re not, they hate it. If you’re true to yourself, and that’s what you present, no one will complain. That’s what I believe in and always engage with as an audience member. If someone is not genuine, even if he is a middle class person, you cannot connect with him.

Talking about the work front, Vicky Kaushal was last seen in Laxman Utekar’s film ‘Zara Hatke Zara Bachke’ with Sara Ali Khan. The film was based on the dynamics of a middle-class family and aimed to provide ‘relatable’ entertainment to the audience. It performed well at the box office. Vicky is bringing ‘The Great Indian Family’ with Manushi Chillar.

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