Vijay Varma started his acting journey as a theatre artist in his hometown Hyderabad. He worked on numerous plays before he decided to move to Pune for two years to get a formal education in acting at Film and Television Institute of India (FTII). His first feature film which was also the opening film at the NYIFF'12 is a critically acclaimed period drama by director Bedabrata Pain called Chittagong in which Vijay plays a young revolutionary dealing with a dark past and an uncertain future. He received a positive response from critics and audience for his portrayal. The film won the Best Debut Director at National Film Awards, 2012. Vijay struck gold with his performance in 2016's sleeper hit Pink directed Aniruddha Roy. Vijay Varma's breakthrough role came in the year 2019 in Zoya Akhtar's Gully Boy.
Alia Bhatt's debut production venture 'Darlings', co produced by Shah Rukh Khan
Published On: 01 March 2021
The actress will be seen featured in the film along with Shefali Shah, Vijay Varma and Roshan Mathew.... Read more
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