Vicky Kaushal Watches Ranbir Kapoor’s ‘Shamshera’ And Appears Cherish For The Film – Deets Inside

Vicky Kaushal watched Ranbir Kapoor’s Shamshera. The performing artist gave a thumbs up to the film. In any case, fans oppose this idea to the actor.

All eyes are on Ranbir Kapoor as his film Shamshera is discharged this Friday. This film marks his return to the silver screen after nearly 4 a long time. Shamshera moreover stars Sanjay Dutt and Vaani Kapoor in significant parts. This film has been gathering acclaims from fans all over. Well, numerous Bollywood celebs have moreover taken out time to step out and observe this film and one of them was Vicky Kaushal. The URI: The Surgical Strike on-screen character was clicked venturing out of a theater nowadays after observing Shamshera alone and indeed reacted to the paps who inquired him almost the film.

A video of Vicky Kaushal giving a thumbs up to Ranbir Kapoor’s film is going viral on social media. Within the video, shared by a paparazzo, Vicky is asked to say a number of lines around Shamshera. In any case, the on-screen character doesn’t say much and lets his expressions do the talking.

After Vicky gave a thumbs up to the film, fans oppose this idea with his survey on social media. One netizen took to the comment area and composed, “Pakka vicky ko film pasand nahi ayi hai but kya bole bichara (sic).” Another netizen included, “He truly didn’t need to harmed the makers’s sentiments but moreover couldn’t stand there and lie (sic).” One more client went on to type in, “Bichara Vicky..itni bakwas motion picture hai ki dekhne ke badh shab hello there nhi nikl rahe muh se (sic).”

In the mean time, Vicky as of late returned from Maldives excursion with his spouse Katrina Kaif and their companions. The pair has shared a few pictures from the excursion on their individual social media handles. On the work front, Vicky will another include in Laxman Utekar’s untitled film with Sara Ali Khan. The on-screen character will too include in ‘Govinda Naam Mera’ and Meghna Gulzar’s ‘Sam Bahadur’.