Weeks after Shoojit Sircar, the director of Sardar Udham, said that Vicky Kaushal deserved the Best Actor’s award at the National Film Awards, Kaushal himself has said that all the awards are bonuses for him.
In an interview with India Today, Kaushal said that he is not disappointed at all about not winning the Best Actor’s award at the National Film Awards. He said that the most important thing for him was to take the story of Sardar Udham to the world, and all the accolades that followed were just bonuses.
Kaushal also said that he is grateful for the opportunity to have worked on Sardar Udham, and that he is proud of the film. He said that he is looking forward to continuing to work on challenging and meaningful projects in the future.
Vicky Kaushal expressed his joy at Sardar Udham winning several National Film Awards, and added that he was thrilled to see the Hindi film industry and all sorts of genres being recognized and appreciated at the box office.
When asked if he was disappointed about not receiving the National Award for himself, Kaushal replied, “No! The thing is that many times, when you get a film and get to work with a director that you like, you think that’s where your dream has come true, which is genuinely true for Sardar Udham. I am not just saying for the heck of it. Being a Punjabi, that topic, that man, that story is very, very close to my heart.”
Kaushal’s words are a reminder that awards are not always the most important thing in life. Sometimes, the greatest joy comes from telling a story that you are passionate about and working with people you respect. Vicky Kaushal’s comments are a reminder that awards are not always the most important thing in life. The most important thing is to be passionate about your work and to make a difference in the world.