Good looking, ambitious and highly qualified Vibhav Roy started his acting career with the daily soap
. Giving his best shot on screen and getting immune to the world of glamor, let's find out what made him enter the world of entertainment and take up acting.
TellyBuzz gets you the insight of Vibhav's personal and professional life.
I am born and brought up in the capital city Delhi. I pursued my degree in C.A (Chartered Accountant) from Melbourne after which I joined IBM in Melbourne, worked there and then decided to quit my job and pursue my passion for acting.
After being a CA what made you take up acting?
I always wanted to become an actor, but my parents were reluctant and agreed on one condition that I should not forget my career for the sake of acting and that's exactly what I did. When I started earning it was then that my parents supported me and to fulfill my passion I came to Mumbai.
Did you struggle?
Oh yes, I did struggle for a year and so but the struggling phase taught me a lot of patience, perseverance. It was lots of hard work.
How did you bag this role?
I happened to go for the auditions at Ravi ojha Productions and I gave a test shot in the audition after which I was selected and started shooting. It was a dream come true for me as my hard work and sacrifices paid off.
Do you watch television shows?
No, I have never watched television shows, but my parents used to watch. I am a movie buff and love Shah Rukh Khan a lot. Since now I am acting on TV, I have also started watching television shows.
Any particular actor that you idolize?
Well there are many whom I idolize and worship their acting overall.
How is your bonding with your co-stars?
Everyone is very nice and friendly especially Sana Amin Sheikh
who is a very senior actor. She helps me a lot while other veteran actors like Meghna Malik
too helps me a lot with dialogues and diction.
If faced with a situation in real life would you marry and have an affair with other girl?
No ways! I will never ever cheat my wife in any way, I am a one woman man.
You have lived in Delhi, Mumbai and Melbourne. What has been your experience in each of these cities?
As I am born and raised in Delhi I am very attached to the city as the city is very different, it has fast moving life and the Punjabis are heart warming. Mumbai is bi-lingual and there are various ways in which people are connected. I find Mumbai slower than Delhi while Melbourne is super fast.
Are your parents happy seeing you onscreen?
Yes they are very happy and are quite supportive towards my acting career.
Tel us something about your attributes?
I am a hard core Delhi boy, mast and loud..
What are our future plans?
I will be associated with the show Gustakh Dil
till it lasts and I would also like to try my hands in comedy if its possible.