Vicky Kaushal Trickles Sexiness On Vogue India's Cover In Tiger Prints

Vicky Kaushal Trickles Sexiness On Vogue India’s Cover In Tiger Prints

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It was in 2015 when Vicky Kaushal showcased his remarkable acting skills in Masaan and since then, there has been no stopping the actor. The 31-year-old then went on to feature in blockbusters like Sanju, Raazi and Uri: The Surgical Strike and in no time, became the poster boy of content-driven films.

He then slowly started conquering magazine covers, one after another. From GQ, Elle to Grazia and others, we saw him emitting hotness on all the top magazine-covers. The July edition of Vogue India is the latest of them.

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Vicky, this time, is seen sharing the cover along with Indian model Pooja Mor and the two together, look sizzling. The cover sees Vicky donning a tiger print tee with beige pants giving an intense look while posing for the camera.

Who else could have pulled off a tiger-print with so much poise? Pooja, on the other hand, is seen sporting a yellow deep-neck top with a purple and golden long skirt and zero makeup!

Look at the pictures from Vicky here:

July with @vogueindia || #TarunVishwa @anaitashroffadajania @poojamor

294.1k Likes, 1,135 Comments – Vicky Kaushal (@vickykaushal09) on Instagram: “July with @vogueindia || #TarunVishwa @anaitashroffadajania @poojamor”

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In an interview with the magazine, the six-feet tall, handsome star spoke about how he decided to quit engineering and choose acting. “Don’t get me wrong, I love engineering. I don’t know what my kids will do, but I’m going to make them do engineering – three months full masti, then study hard for one month and pass your exams. After that, they can do anything they want,” he replied.

I didn’t know what I wanted to do, but I knew I definitely did not want to do that,” he continued adding, “I was always active on stage. I was a shy kid, but I felt very liberated on stage. I’d think, ‘Arre yaar, platform mil gaya to do something.’ Whatever I couldn’t do here, I could do there.

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