Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif have found themselves in the midst of a media frenzy for years now. Fans seem to want to do all but believe the two are not together. Romantically involved or not, the two are very supportive of each other. Here are a few instances where one was encouraging the other.

1. Even before the rumours began, Kaushal was in absolute awe of the actress. Vicky Kaushal made an appearance on the talk show Koffee with Karan. In attendance along with Ayushmann Khurrana, he pretended to faint on the couch when he was told by the host that Katrina Kaif seems to believe the two would look great on-screen together.

2. They are often at the screenings of each other’s films. Most recently, Kaif was recorded giving Kaushal a big hug at the premiere hosting of his latest, Sardar Udham. “Shoojit Sircar, what a vision, such a beautiful film, pure unadulterated storytelling, Vicky Kaushal is just pure, raw, honest and heartbreaking,” she later said of the film via social media.


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3. They are also often spotted at the screenings of movies other than each other’s, as they were at a screening of Shershaah.

4. Kat is supportive not only of Kaushal but also of the endeavours of his family members. On January 23, 2020, Katrina Kaif showed up for a special screening of The Forgotten Army, in which Sunny Kaushal, Vicky Kaushal’s younger brother, plays a pivotal role. The entire cast of the show was in attendance.

5. The two are also seen hyping each other up in the comment sections of each other’s posts and generally do not shy off from some very public moments of appreciation for each other, like the time Katrina Kaif hoped he would “keep smiling” on his birthday.

On the work front, he will next feature in Meghna Gulzar’s Sam Manekshaw biopic.

On the other hand, Katrina is all set for the release of Rohit Shetty’s Sooryavanshi. She will also star in Phone Bhoot, Jee Le Zaraa and Tiger 3.

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