Bollywood power couple Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif have been winning hearts not just for their on-screen talents but also for their heartwarming real-life love story. The duo, who recently tied the knot, has been the subject of much speculation and adoration from fans. In a recent interview with Radio City, Vicky opened up about his family’s reaction to their marriage and whether they are being pressured for good news.
Contrary to any expectations, Vicky revealed that his family is incredibly understanding and not applying any pressure on the couple. He shared, “Koi bhi nahi daal raha. Vaise bade cool hain.” (No one. They are cool people).
Vicky also touched upon how he informed his parents about his relationship with Katrina. He mentioned, “The first ones to know I was dating Katrina Kaif, were my mother and father. Aise to din nahi aaye ke Viral (Bhayani) se pata lage, maine bataya (I told them, the situation isn’t that bad that they get to know about it from the paparazzi).”
Reflecting on their journey, Vicky reminisced about his first date with Katrina. He described it as a simple message, “Can I take you out for dinner,” and shared that their relationship initially felt surreal to him, with him often thinking, “Hain? Are you okay?” when he received attention from her.
Despite constant media attention, Vicky and Katrina chose to keep their relationship private until they surprised fans by getting married on December 9, 2021, in a grand yet intimate ceremony in Rajasthan. The couple expressed their gratitude and love for the journey that led them to this beautiful moment.
On the work front, Vicky Kaushal is gearing up for the release of “The Great Indian Family” alongside Manushi Chhillar. He has also signed on for Laxman Utekar’s upcoming film tentatively titled “Chhava,” based on Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj. Additionally, his highly anticipated film “Sam Bahadur,” based on Sam Manekshaw, is set to release in December this year.
Katrina Kaif, on the other hand, will be seen sharing the screen with Vijay Sethupathi in Sriram Raghavan’s “Merry Christmas,” scheduled for release later this year.