Sunny Kaushal: As Vicky’s sibling, I feel proud of him, but I don’t put myself under pressure | Memsaab.com

Vicky Kaushal started out as Anurag Kashyap’s assistant director, and played smaller roles in films like Bombay Velvet (2015) before Neeraj Ghaywan’s Masaan got him noticed as an artiste in the same year.

An impressive list of outings followed, and in 2019, he headlined URI: The Surgical Strike, for which he picked up a National Award.

An impressive list of outings followed, and in 2019, he headlined URI: The Surgical Strike, for which he picked up a National Award.
Naturally, expectations are sky-high from his younger brother, actor Sunny Kaushal, who was noted for his controlled performance in Reema Kagti’s sports drama, Gold (2018).
 

When we met Sunny recently, we asked him if his brother’s repertoire and his achievements in a short span have put him under duress to deliver similar results.

When we met Sunny recently, we asked him if his brother’s repertoire and his achievements in a short span have put him under duress to deliver similar results.
In This Image: Vicky Kaushal
The actor, who is currently filming Shiddhat with Diana Penty, told BT, “A lot of people often ask me this, but I just think that Vicky and I have our own journeys. He has worked hard to be where he is today. As his sibling, I feel extremely proud of him, but I don’t put myself under any pressure. I just want to work and entertain people. I don’t want to attach any expectations or pressures to my work.”