Vicky Kaushal admits he is happy to see Anurag Kashyap taking a different stance in Choked: Paisa Bolta Hai

Vicky Kaushal also expressed his shock over Anurag Kashyap's film having a happy ending
Written By Apoorv Shandilya | Updated: June 05, 2020 20:08 IST
Vicky Kaushal admits he is happy to see Anurag Kashyap taking a different stance in Choked: Paisa Bolta Hai

Vicky Kaushal is one of the most reputable faces in Bollywood at the current time. He has delivered many successful films on the big screen including the National Award Winning film Uri: The Surgical Strike. In a recent interview Vicky Kaushal has shared some insight into film-maker Anurag Kashyap's latest film Choked: Paisa Bolta Hai. Kaushal said that he is happy that Kashyap has not brought in his own views into the film. The Raazi actor also said that he is surprised to see that Anurag Kashyap has provided fans with a happy ending.

 
Speaking about the film's cast Kaushal said, "The best thing about Amruta Subhash (who is part of the film's cast) is I couldn't predict what she is going to throw at me -- her reaction to demonetisation was outstanding. I don't think any other kind of reaction would have led to that feeling of ‘sadma'."
 
"One of the strongest things for me was how there was no perspective on the politics, where I thought that Anurag's personal politics did not get attached to the characters of the film. Almost a mirror was shown -- people were benefiting from it and there was that chaos created as well," he added.
 
Kaushal concluded saying, "One of the most striking scenes for me was where that old lady came to the cash counter where Saiyami was working and I felt that old lady was all of us -- watching the news on the television and really wanted some help. It was all on a neutral ground and I really liked that aspect in the film. The most surprising thing for me was --- when the film ended and I had a smile on my face. I was shocked that an Anurag Kashyap film has a happy ending."
 
Choked: Paisa Bolta Hai tells a story set in 2016 right after the demonetisation crisis when all 500 and 1000 rupee notes got barred from use overnight.
 




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