Best Vicky Kaushal Movies List You Must See

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Vicky Kaushal is one of the few actors who has shown the potential of his acting from his first movie itself. Vicky Kaushal is a son of action director Shyam Kaushal, Vicky work as an assistant in many previous movies of Anurag Kashyap’s Gangs of Wasseypur and later worked with him as an actor in box office bomb “Bombay Velvet”. Here is a list of “Best Vicky Kaushal Movies” or you can say “Every Vicky Kaushal Movies List Ranked Best to Worst”, where he played a prominent character.

Best Vicky Kaushal Movies

Best Vicky Kaushal Movies List You Must See


Masaan is the directorial debut movie of modern day director Neeraj Gheywan. Masaan is an Indo-French co-produced by various movie houses such as Drishyam Films, Macassar Productions, Phantom Films, Sikhya Entertainment, and International company like Arte France Cinema and Pathé Productions. Neeraj Gheywan won National Award for “Best Debut Director” in National Award 2016. Definitely, after too many prestigious awards worldwide Masaan is an underappreciated movie. The biggest tragedy with the movie is not owning Male debut for Vicky Kausal in Filmfare Award 2016, which was snatched by Sooraj Pancholi for Hero, which was the biggest disappointment of the year. Massan is definitely the #1 Best Vicky Kaushal Movies and yet the best performance.

Massan is set in present-day Banaras, Uttar Pradesh, the plot follows two seemingly separate stories that converge eventually at the end without any given context. The climax of Masaan is considered as one of the remembered climaxes among Bollywood unparallel movie. The narrative of Deepak Kumar( played by Vicky Kaushal), is a Varanasi boy from the low caste Domba community whose family works in cremation ghats by the combust corpse in funeral pyres. Deepak wants to surpass the restrictions of a casteism in society.

Deepak studies civil engineering at a polytechnic college where Deepak meets and falls in love with Shaalu Gupta (played by Shweta Tripathi), a high caste brahmin Hindu girl and their relation goes ups and down but end with without facing restriction, where Shaalu died in a bus accident. Masaan is filled with great performances such as Richha Chadha, Shweta Tripathi, and Sanjay Mishra.


One more movie which didn’t get any proper release in theatres but well appreciated in Busan Film Festival. Zubaan is the coming of age story of a young boy Dilsher who loses his faith and emerge a fear of music, and of his journey in fighting that fear and finding Dilsher himself. Zubaan is a completely independent work produced by Guneet Monga, Shaan Vyas, and the director himself Mozez Singh.

The story of Zubaan starts with the past of a young man, Dilsher of course played by Vicky Kaushal who grew up in Gurdaspur village. Dilsher father used to sing in Gurudwaras but after his death, Dilsher has had developed a sense of scared to music. Dilsher instead grows up with a speech faculty due to which he tends to stammer most time. Dilsher comes to New Delhi to meet a businessman, Gurcharan “Guru” Sikand who is often termed to as the ‘Lion of Gurdaspur’.

#3.Uri: The Surgical Strike

Recently released true event movie ‘Uri’ where Vicky played Vihaan Singh Shergil who is a Major in the Indian Military. Uri set in an organized attack at the Uri army base in 2016, his brother-in-law is among the killed soldiers. A low spirited regretful Vihaan vows to seek revenge for both his brother-in-law and the country under National Security Advisor Govind Bhardwaj played by Paresh Rawal based on real-life character Avit Doval. Uri is sure one of the Best Vicky Kaushal Movies in recent times but still waiting for the next Masaan. Uri: The Surgical Strike is well received for its top-notch action choreographed especially in the climax. For the first time, we saw the son of an action director doing a full action movie after the short film “Geek Out”.

#4.Love Per Square Foot

Love Per Square Foot narrates the story of a young middle-class boy “Sanjay Chaturvedi” and a girl who try to find a house in a chawl of Mumbai. Love Per Square Foot is produced under his new banner RSVP by Screwvala, as the mainstream theatrical movie but ends with distributed digitally by Netflix. The movie not only tackles the modern problem but also tackle the religious problem where a young brahmin guy wants a married relationship with a Christian girl. Written by TVF Tripling fame ‘Sumeet Vyas’ and Anand Tiwari is appreciated their work in writing as a whole movie with making justice to all the characters of the Love Per Square Foot. There was an easter egg at the end where Ranbir Kapoor made a cameo, and they later work in Sanju and previous Bombay Velvet. Love Per Square Foot is the “Best Vicky Kaushal Movies” available on Netflix.

#5.Raman Raghav 2.0

After the big disaster “Bombay Velvet”, Anurag and his team decided to make a small budget movie with 50 Million INR. Initially planned to make as a direct biopic on the serial killer “Raman Raghav” but later they decided to shift the timeline in present due to production issues. Raman Raghav 2.0 is considered to be one of the best movies in Anurag Kashyap resume, Nawazuddin Siddiqui playing the role of serial killer Raman and Vicky Kaushal playing the role of ACP Raghav Singh. The movie has taken a reference to Raman Raghav but in a different narrative where there both the characters are an antagonist with a different motive to kill.



Sanju is one of the highest grossing Indian Hindi film of all time with a worldwide gross of ₹586.85 crore (US$82 million). Vicky Kaushal played the role of Kamlesh aka Kamli, who is a fiction friend of real-life Bollywood superstar ‘Sanjay Dutt’, who was arrest for alleged association with the 1993 Bombay bombings. Sanju is the first Vicky Kaushal mainstream movie which was released in 4,200 screens in India and 1200 in overseas. First Sanju was titled as ‘Dutt Biopic’, where reported that Vicky is playing Bollywood one film wonder Kumar Gaurav.

Sanju turns out to be different than audience thought, the first look teaser was hit among audience where Sanju narrates his own story in short. Sanju is focused more on Sanjay Dutt’s personal life than his relations with gangster and how he was related to crime. Rather than centering on his relationship with his girlfriend ‘Rubi’, a fictitious role and amalgamation of 350 girlfriends and other prostitutes. There are audiences who said “Sanju” is an honest movie however some said as a whitewashed movie. Kamli played by Vicky Kaushal is the good best friend of Sanjay Dutt, who spends his saving on a car, just to come to India.

#7.Lust Stories

Lust Stories is a Hindi anthology Netflix original film, consisting of four short film segments directed by Anurag Kashyap, Zoya Akhtar, Dibakar Banerjee, and Karan Johar respectively and considered as a prequel to the 2013 anthology film Bombay Talkies directed by the same set of directors. Vicky’s portion is directed by Karan Johar which was in the last which was different from the other short films in the movie.

This short film tells a story about Megha (Kiara Advani) is a young primary school teacher who is unavailable to be married to Paras (Vicky Kaushal), a 9-5 office worker. Megha discovers after their marriage, that while Paras is continuously pleasured during lovemaking, Paras is not aware of the fact that her dissatisfaction. Their family pushes her to bear offsprings, as they believe this is the only happiness that a woman desires. But she used sex toys to get pleasures which were recommended by her colleague Rekha. But thinks got wrong when Paras and his family discovers in front of everywhere.


Manmarziyan should be considered as one of the “Best Vicky Kaushal Movies” yet it is polarised for most of the audience. Manmrziyaan is reported to be based on the real life of Kanika Dhillon and she is the screenwriter of the film. Manmarziyaan is the first rom-com directed by Anurag Kashyap, which has similar kind of movie like Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam.

Vicky Kaushal played a role of the freelance singer in Punjab. Manmarziyan is praised for its music done by Amit Trivedi. Manmarziyan is a must watch in Vicky Kaushal movie list resume. This is a must for his and Abhisekh Bachchan performance if not the story.


Raazi is completely you can say opposite of Uri, where he played Iqbal agent ISI Syed. Raazi is considered as one of the finest movies of 2018. Raazi is an unbiased biopic on Indian spy Sehmat, who was sent as a bride to Pakistan family who works for ISI, and her father played by Rajat Kapoor is a double agent of both the countries. The story lights to events preceding the Indo-Pak War of 1971. But liberals also doubted on showcasing guilty for the ISI agents over RAW which probably a false but performances done by Vicky Kaushal and Alia Bhatt are praised well. Raazi is based on the book “Calling Sehmat” which was set on real events. Raazi last in the Best Vicky Kaushal Movies list but stands above in performances.

Hope You like all Best Vicky Kaushal Movies list and if you watch all the movies in chronological order, you’ll definitely satisfied with this list. And don’t forget to check our Facebook page for more updates.

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