Karan Johar’s multi-star magnum opus Takht has been attracting the audience with its skillful star cast and storyline. The film was expected to go on floors in March but however, the shoot was postponed due to the lockdown triggered by the Covid-19 outbreak.
Now in a recent interview, Vicky Kaushal expressed his excitement on starting the shoot of the film soon after the Covid-19 shutdown gets lifted.
In another candid chat, Vicky Kaushal said that he used to be starstruck while he used to read the script of Takht along with Karan and the writer.
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In an interview, Vicky quoted that every character portrayed in the film has got their own demands. He also mentioned that his character in the film will get to his headspace only when he’ll start the shooting.
He also added that shooting a film with such a huge star cast was not easy and the process took time but it was worth the wait because it is a huge film in terms of scale and cast and they want to create the best experience for the audience. Meanwhile, everything is done and just the film is to go on floors.
The storyline of Takht is hinged on the life of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan and his sons Aurangzeb and Dara Sikhoh. The film’s huge star cast includes the most talented bunch of Indian celebrities like Ranveer Singh, Vicky Kaushal, Anil Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Bhumi Pednekar, and Janhvi Kapoor. The release date of the film was announced along with a video a few days ago.
Vicky gained fame with his stupendous performance in Uri: The Surgical Strike and soon gathered a lot of fans following the post-release of the film. Meanwhile, he has been roped in for Shaheed Udham Singh’s biopic that is supposed to release in January 2021. Earlier it was expected to release in October 2020 but was changed later.
Along with this, Vicky will be seen along with his Uri The Surgical Strike director, Aditya Dhar in the film The Immortal Ashwatthama. Vicky acted in his first horror genre film, Bhoot Part One: The Haunted Ship and the film received a positive response from the audience as well as the critics.