Vijay Varma is one of the most renowned actors of the industry owing to his hard work, struggle and talent. The actor has been hopping sets all year round for his multiple projects lined up.
In a recent interview with a leading portal, he opened up on his journey as an outsider. Vijay shared, “You know finding the acceptance of the audience is the key here because then that determines how much wings you have to fly. Depending on your conduct, how rigorously you have trained yourself for better things and more shapes your career. I am personally not a big fan of anybody guiding my life… I don’t seek any help in choosing what I want to do. I rely on my instincts. I never felt the need to have a Godfather. I decide what I want to do in my life and I happily admit the success and failure of it”
He adds about how this journey has worked out for him now, “I feel there are enough storytellers and stories for me to find space for myself and that’s very comforting. I am seeing the results of it now and quite apparent because when ‘Gully Boy’ came out I was nowhere in my career and I was not in a good place. Soon enough I started taking up whatever supporting roles but to be able to make that journey and find enough people who like my work , to be in a place where I am headlining a lot of stuff has been very gratifying, satisfying and humbling. It reassures my faith that if you keep your head on your shoulders and keep the target on the eye of the fish, sooner or later you will find the bullseye.”
Vijay Varma has a packed lineup of films including Darlings with Alia Bhatt, Fallen with Sonakshi Sinha, Hurdang with Nushrratt Bharuccha and Sunny Kaushal and another untitled project by Sumit Saxena.