In a outstanding collaboration, director Sanjay Leela Bhansali has introduced collectively the formidable trio of Vicky Kaushal, Ranbir Kapoor, and Alia Bhatt for his upcoming movie, Love & Struggle. The announcement has not solely created a buzz within the trade however has additionally stirred deep feelings for these intently related to the celebrities. Sham Kaushal, Vicky Kaushal’s father and a seasoned filmmakerl, just lately shared his overwhelming happiness about his son’s collaboration with the esteemed director in an unique dialog with ETimes.
Sham Kaushal, who has beforehand labored with Sanjay Leela Bhansali on a number of tasks, expressed his pleasure at witnessing the subsequent era getting into the world of the acclaimed director. Reflecting on his journey with Bhansali, Sham shared, “I began working with Sanjay Leela Bhansali in 1996 with Khamoshi. He labored with me in all his 10 movies, and it’s his the Aristocracy that he made me part of his tasks repeatedly. If I look again, this is without doubt one of the greatest earnings of my life.”
Revealing that he by no means envisioned his son changing into an actor and dealing with the Gangubai fame director, Sham stated, “I had by no means dreamt that Vicky would change into an actor and get an opportunity to work with Sanjay Leela Bhansali. I’m solely grateful to Sanjay. Relaxation, God does every little thing.”
Sham Kaushal additionally talked about each himself and now his son collaborating with Sanjay Leela Bhansali. The veteran actor expressed his heartfelt feelings, saying, “My affiliation with Sanjay has been for 28 years, and having my subsequent era working with him is a blessing. You may think about the happiness of a father. That is what I wish to categorical as my gratitude to the person; I can say I’m the blessed one. When Vicky got here and instructed me, my happiness was past creativeness.” With contentment in his eyes and a hint of tears, Sham emphasised the profound pleasure he experiences as a father witnessing the continuation of a cinematic legacy.