actor Vicky Kaushal recently took to Instagram to react to a viral scoreboard picture
of his name. A scoreboard of a cricket match between the Indian U-19 cricket
team and Bangladesh went viral after it coincidentally flashed actor Vicky Kaushal’s
name because of his Indian bowler namesakes, Vicky Ostwal
and Kaushal Tambe.

The duo had taken wickets in the quarter final match
on Saturday. The India U-19 won the match and will next play against Australia in
the semi-finals on Wednesday.

Soon after the scoreboard was telecasted, fans were amused
by the coincidence and began spamming the ‘URI’ actor with screengrabs.

One Twitter
user took to the platform and wrote, “how’s the josh!!” The phrase is a popular
dialogue from Kaushal’s 2019 film, ‘URI: The Surgical Strike.’

The 33-year-old actor then took to Instagram to acknowledge
and share a snippet of the scoreboard and wrote, “Thank You internet for spamming
me with this today. Best wishes Team India U19.” Kaushal added a heart and flag
emoji on the Instagram story.

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The actor has over 12.7 million followers on Instagram. He
often shares glimpses of his travels, work life, and shoots on the platform.
The actor also posts pictures with his wife and actor Katrina Kaif. The duo tied
the knot on December 9 last year.

On the work front, Vicky Kaushal recently returned from Indore,
where he had been previously shooting for his upcoming film. Directed by Laxman
Utekar’s, the untitled film will also star Sara Ali Khan. The film is rumoured
to be a sequel to the filmmaker’s 2018 film, ‘Luka Chuppi’, starring Kartik
and Kriti Sanon in lead roles.

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The National
Award-winning actor will also star in upcoming comedy flicks, ‘The Great Indian
Family’ and ‘Govinda Naam Mera.’ Both
the films are expected to hit theatres this year. After the success of his
war-centric films ‘URI’ and ‘Sardar Udham’, the actor will also next be seen in
a biopic of former Army chief Field Marshal Sam Mankeshaw. The film, titled as ‘Sam
Bahadur’ will be directed by ‘Raazi’ filmmaker, Meghna Gulzar.