Vicky Kaushal drops adorable photo of hugging his ‘cuteipaai’ mother, fans call them ‘the cutest’

Vicky Kaushal drops adorable photo of hugging his ‘cuteipaai’ mother, fans call them ‘the cutest’

Vicky Kaushal shared an adorable photo with his mother, and it left the netizens in awe of the actor.

Vicky Kaushal is known as Biba Munda of Bollywood. After giving a super-hit Zara Hatke Zara Bachke, the actor is geared up for this next family entertainer, The Great Indian Family Entertainer. The reason why he is known as the Biba Munda, it’s because of his off-screen life, with adorable moments of him with his family. 

On Instagram, Vicky Kaushal dropped a photo of enjoying a warm, lovable jhappi (hug) to his mother Veena Kaushal. The actor shared the photo with the caption, “CutiepAai (aai in Hindi) with heart emoji.” 

Here’s the photo


As soon as the actor posted the photo, several netizens and his colleagues from the film industry considered him as the perfect family man. Kriti Sanon wrote, “So cute (with starstruck emoji).” Sunny Hinduja wrote, “Sunday Phun (heart emoji).” A fan wrote, “Most most most most most most beautiful pic of the day.” Another fan wrote, “Most gorg people. The woman behind the green flag man vicky is!” A netizen wrote, “Cutest mama bear with her baby bear!” Another netizen called them, “The cutest.” 

Vicky is truly a ‘mamma’s boy’. When he was making his debut with Neeraj Ghaywan’s independent drama Masaan, the actor had actually imagined his mother’s death before filming the scene where his character breaks down after his lover’s death, and says ”yeh dukh kaahe khatam nahi hota be’ (why does this pain never ends). 

Speaking to Nikhil Taneja for ‘Be A Man, Yaar’ series on Yuvaa, Vicky said, “That scene was exploring the emotion of not feeling loss,  but to understand loss. A man is just not being able to understand loss.” He further revealed, “I sat alone on the ghat, on the banks of the Ganga, and for one hour, I was just imagining my mom not being there anymore. That I have lost my mom, I will go back from Masaan shoot and my mom won’t be there. And they would say that your first film was being shot and we didn’t want to tell you, because you might come back and then you would lose this film. And I made a whole story that it’s been 20 days that my mom has passed away, nobody has told me, and everything is done, now there is nothing left.” Vicky asserted that this imagination helped him to ace the scene. 

Vicky Kaushal’s upcoming family drama, The Great Indian Family Entertainer also stars Manushi Chhillar with a talented ensemble cast including Manoj Pahwa and Kumud Mishra. The movie will release in cinemas on September 22. 

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