Presuming that Katrina Kaif And Vicky Kaushal are dating had become quite obvious by now. The two were often spotted together, and Kaushal even had accidentally made a debut on Kaif’s story once. While the two never confirmed the relationship, Harsh Varrdhan Kapoor has finally spilled the beans about their romance. Also Read: “It Was […]
Presuming that Katrina Kaif And Vicky Kaushal are dating had become quite obvious by now. The two were often spotted together, and Kaushal even had accidentally made a debut on Kaif’s story once. While the two never confirmed the relationship, Harsh Varrdhan Kapoor has finally spilled the beans about their romance.
The actor had arrived on Zoom’s chat show By Invite Only where he talked about Katrina Kaif And Vicky Kaushal equation. When asked to reveal one Bollywood relationship rumour that he believes is true, Kapoor said, “Vicky and Katrina are together, that’s true.” He added, “Am I going to get in trouble for saying this? I don’t know. I think they’re quite open about it.”
It all started from an episode of Karan Johar’s talk show Koffee With Karan. During season 6 in 2018, Kaif had revealed that she would “look good with Vicky Kaushal on screen.” When Kaushal learnt about the same, he appeared to faint from happiness. Soon after, the duo began to be spotted at dinners together.
Workwise, Kaif has Sooryvanshi and Bhoot Police in her kitty. Kaif is also set to become India’s first female superhero. The film, directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, will be shot in several countries and has been visualised as a larger-than-life story. The film will be rooted in an Indian setting and that they will shoot the first chunk of the film in India. Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Delhi are top priorities.
Kaushal has The Immortal Ashwatthama, Sardar Udham Singh and Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw’s biopic. The actor recently had revealed that the biopic is titled Sam Bahadur. Opening up about playing the role of Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw in the biopic, Vicky Kaushal had earlier told PTI, “I had heard stories of him from my parents because they are from Punjab. During 1971, they saw the war closely… When I read the script and got to know more, I was blown away. He was truly a legend this country had. It’s an honour of the highest order to get an opportunity to play this part.”