Vicky Kaushal set to return to Chhaava shoot post recovering from injury on THIS date: Report

Actor Vicky Kaushal, who recently encountered an injury while filming his upcoming movie Chhaava, is poised to return to the sets following his recovery.

Updated on Feb 28, 2024  |  08:40 PM IST |  58.9K
Vicky Kaushal set to return to Chhaava shoot post recovering from injury on THIS date: Report
Vicky Kaushal set to return to Chhaava shoot (Pic Courtesy: Vicky Kaushal Instagram)

Vicky Kaushal, who was last seen in the comedy-drama Dunki, was recently engrossed in shooting for his upcoming film Chhaava. However, during the filming of a rigorous action sequence, Vicky reportedly sustained an injury, necessitating an unexpected break from his schedule. In a recent report, it has been disclosed that Vicky has now recuperated from his injury and is set to resume shooting on March 9.

Vicky Kaushal prepared to resume shooting for Chhaava from March 9

In a recent report by ETimes, it has been revealed that actor Vicky Kaushal is set to return to the sets of the period drama Chhaava on March 9. As per the portal, the team has resumed shooting from February 28 in Wai and Bhor, and Vicky, who has recovered after a brief hiatus of almost twenty days, is returning with renewed strength and enthusiasm. Director Laxman Utekar has reportedly confirmed this development.

Previously, when Vicky was sighted in the city without the sling he had been wearing for some time, the paparazzi inquired about the status of his hand. Vicky responded with a warm smile, nodding his head to convey that he was indeed feeling better.

About Vicky Kaushal starrer Chhaava and Rashmika Mandanna’s wrap post

Chhaava, directed by Laxman Utekar, is said to be a historical drama centered around the life of Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj, the son of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. Vicky Kaushal leads the cast, with Rashmika Mandanna portraying the character of Yesubai.


Earlier, Rashmika completed her filming for the project and took to social media to share her experience. Fondly addressing Vicky as "Maharaj," she expressed her admiration for him, stating, "its been such a pleasure working with you. You are just tooooo warm and kind (except for the last day where you were just taking my case.. ) but most days you were amazing. I am kidding.. you are such a gem. I will always wish the best for you man. Was such a pleasure. mom has told me to convey regards to you."

In response to Rashmika's heartfelt sentiments, Vicky penned, "The whole set is missing your warmth and energy immensely. People don't know that the smile you have on your worst days is bigger and better than the smile most have on their best days. Major inspiration! Thank you for being our Yesubai… and my regards to Aunty as well. Oh and btw… what are you thinking now?"

Rashmika also showered praise on director Laxman Utekar, expressing, "I just wonder how can a man handle such a biggg set with at least 1500 working people with such calm and poise.. sir you have seen me as Yesubai when no one in the world could've even thought about this and I truly wonder how.. and not just me., the whole country will wonder how.. but watching those visuals make me tear up.. You’ve gotten a performance out of me that I am excited for the world to watch.”

Recounting a touching moment, she extended her gratitude to the filmmaker, saying, “My mother was on set one day and for the first time she had teared up looking at me play a character.. and that is the most special to me.. Thank you! From the bottom of my heart.”

In addition to Chhaava, Vicky also has exciting projects like Mere Mehboob Mere Sanam and Love & War lined up in his repertoire.

ALSO READ: Vicky Kaushal on stardom of Amitabh Bachchan-Shah Rukh Khan and others: 'There’s confusion among younger lot'

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