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Vicky Kaushal Shares His Experience Of Sleep Paralysis; Find Out

Vicky Kaushal revealed that he suffered sleep paralysis multiple times and how he feels about the same. Read below to know more.

A nationwide lockdown has been imposed owing to the novel coronavirus pandemic. The showbiz has been amongst the adversely hit section of the society and shooting and production work of many ventures has come to a sudden halt. As the entertainment industry has been shut down many B-town celebs are using social media to interact with their fans and followers. The celebs have become pretty candid and are spilling beans on many personal topics some of which they won’t have opened up to the paparazzi.

Recently, during a Live session on Instagram Bollywood hunk Vicky Kaushal opened up about something he has suffered from. While interacting with his fans a netizen asked Vicky if he had ever seen a ghost in real life. Replying to the fan, the Uri actor confessed on the subject of sleep paralysis. The Raazi actor said, “I have experienced sleep paralysis a couple of times. It’s damn scary.”

Speaking of sleep paralysis, it is a medical condition where a person, on waking up from sleep experiences temporary inability to move or speak.

The actor also secretly confessed that he doesn’t like to watch horror movies.

However, Vicky recently starred in a horror film titled, Bhoot Part One: The Haunted Ship. The film didn’t do well at the Box Office but the movie had many jump scares to keep someone awake at night.

On the work front, Vicky Kaushal will be next seen in Shoojit Sircar’s upcoming venture Sardar Udham Singh. There are reports that Vicky has also signed Meghna Gulzar’s film biopic of Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw. He will be playing the lead role in both of the films.

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