Twitterati Are Trolling Vicky Kaushal’s Expressions In Bhoot Trailers Through Meme


Vicky Kaushal starring is a horror film Bhoot Part One: The Haunted Ship and the trailer has been launched. Fans on the social platform wasted no time to brew new memes about the Vicky Kaushal’s expression on the flick.

Bhoot Part One: The Haunted Ship is the first half of a horror series, turning Vicky Kaushal in a lead role and the movie produced by Karan Johar. The trailer of the movie launched on 31st January and the tweeter user caught on a specific moment and the meme content raised on focusing,

“Yeh tumhara hallucination hai (You’re hallucinating),”

This line and the expression of Vicky Kaushal went into meme zone right after an hour of releasing the trailer of Bhoot Part One: The Haunted Ship. The meme line added as a hilarious expression from UPSC exam to Vodafone network. Followings are some tweet post for your sense of fun-

UPSC exam hallucination!

Fastest internet by Vodafone network is indeed a hallucination

A Monday hallucination be like

HR will never get back to you but …. hallucination

You know they are not really ‘real’!

Heartbreaking hallucination

When a viewers expectation does not match!

Forever saas- bahu saga

How would this year be for you?


Along with Vicky Kaushal, Bhumi Pednekar will be seen on a lead for this horror movie series. Both Vicky and Bhumi paired up for the first time though Bhoot Part One: The Haunted Ship. This movie is the first project from Dharma Productions in terms of producing a horror genre movie which already creates a buzz of hope for the reason. This movie is directed by Bhanu Pratap Singh. The poster where several blooded hands pooling out Vicky’s face has spooked out the audience and trailer set the expectation bar on high.

In the trailer launch of this horror movie, Vicky Kaushal said, “This was something I was not prepared for as an actor. While doing comedy, drama or emotional scenes, you can leave it to the moment between co-actors. You can rehearse, and while acting you leave it to the moment. You surrender to the moment and create something. But horror is a genre where I had to know everything in advance. The scene was explained to me in advance, and I know what’s going to happen next and have to react to it. I cannot just leave it to the moment. So, it was very technical and detailed, and a very tricky space, which I wasn’t really exposed to earlier.”

Bhoot Part One: The Haunted Ship will be released on 21st February of this year.


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