“I was born to be a hero”: TV actor Vishal on his rise to fame


Vishal Aditya Singh, a previous athlete from Bihar and now an on-screen character, says he was born to be a hero.

What made him enter the universe of entertainment?

The on-screen character, who will play the male lead in the up and coming TV series “Chandrakanta”, told leading news agency:”I was born to be a hero. Since my childhood, I have been winning in all the sports that I have participated in. I played state-level cricket, I was good in badminton and kabaddi….”

“I was very well known among youths in my area in light of my supportive nature. Along these lines, I got a great deal of affection and “fanship” from individuals of my town. I am already a hero there.”

Vishal first attempted his hand at modelling in Delhi, however couldn’t proceed with it so backpedaled to Bihar to become a politician.

“At that point my dad proposed that I go to Mumbai for acting. As per my dad, I have an identity that is very captivating and engaging… in this way, I ought to try my luck in acting,” he said.

He will play Prince Veerendra for which he experienced thorough physical training, as well as readied himself to get his gestures right.

“I have experienced a few rounds of auditions for the part. When I became more acquainted with that I have been chosen, I began taking a shot at my body language and in addition talking style. This is an overwhelming character set in an alternate time allotment.

“So, I had to get the nuances right. On the other hand, I knew that physical training would be part of my preparation as the look of a warrior was needed,” said Vishal.

TRPs are essential for shows to keep going long. Inquired as to whether he feels the pressure, the youthful on-screen character stated: “There is a pressure to perform well in each scene with the goal that I can do equity to the character. My genuineness and devotion ought to reflect on screen.”

“For me, that is the way… as a performer to get the honest response from our audiences. TRP is not in my grasp so I am not pondering it. I feel the duty, not the pressure.”

Created by Ekta Kapoor, “Chandrakanta” will debut on June 24 on Colors.