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Posted at: Feb 11, 2019, 8:21 AM; last updated: Feb 11, 2019, 8:21 AM (IST)

‘I am a guy with drape on me’

‘I am a guy with drape on me’
Vicky Kaushal

Bollywood’s new shining star Vicky Kaushal is basking in the glory of his recent film and has certainly become a craze among ladies. The man who once got rejected for a role in Bhaag Milkha Bhaag has come a long way. He will be seen on the candid couch of celebrity chat show Famously Filmfare season 2 on Colors Infinity.

Speaking about the female attention and the marriage proposals that keep pouring in, Vicky reveals he is too bad at picking subtle hints.

While sharing a rather funny yet awkward situation he was in recently, he says, “Sometimes, it’s so direct that it just stumps me. I remember, during the promotions of Uri, we had interviews lined up. I was like, I’ll just use the washroom. I step out and there was somebody, you know... a sweet lady, she was waiting for a selfie and I was like, ‘Yeah, sure.’ Then we took a selfie and she’s like, Okay, so are here for work or what?’ I told her ‘I have promotions to go through.’ She says, ‘Okay. So, I’m staying in this room. And I’m at the bar. And if you feel like...I’m like... Uh-oh’!”

Further talking about his onscreen characters that lend him a persona of being a Casanova, Vicky said,”I didn’t know what to do and I just looked at her and she is like...’Vicky, we need to go. Bye!’ So, yeah, sometimes it just stumps me. But, yes, I’m almost like a guy with a drape on me. I’m not even a ‘P’ of a player, not at all.”

Vicky will be seen talking about his life before entering the film industry, his first relationship and much more.

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