Vikram Chopra, fondly called as Vicky Chopra, was born on June 9th. Vikram is a homebound actor, director, and a scriptwriter. The Director of the blockbuster 3 Idiots, Vidhu Vinod Chopra, is his uncle. So here we know where the film direction trait came into him. He has worked in many of the Bollywood movies such as Bad din, Mission Kashmir, Sangharsh, Kareem, and Kasoor. He has been in many of the television series too, namely, Bheja Fry, Samandar, Ajeeb Dastan, A mouth full of Sky, Khushi, and X-Zone. He made his debut as a director in the film the Fight Club: Members only, starring 4 actors. Vikram is presently working on a motion picture entitled the Season’s Greetings. Chopra is the chairperson of the famous Vikram Chopra Productions.

Vikram has always been very particular during his selection for the protagonists, the screenplay, the styles and the set design. Vikram’s approach to his cast has always been pleasant which in turn helps him to create a camaraderie amid the crew. This versatile personality has found his way to triumph by utter diligence, benedictions, and his awe-inspiring smile. Separately from all the potentials this mastermind has, he is extremely responsible and can work effectively, whether the work is small or big. He has never discriminated work and people on any base.

Vijay Kadam

Vijay Kadam is an Indian actor who works primarily in the Marathi film industry. Son of the famous music composer Ram Kadam, Vijay Kadam is an actor who made his debut in the Marathi movie Amhi Doghe Raja Rani, in the year 1986, and then continued to rise in popularity with his next film Anandi Anand in 1987.  Now known as a ‘veteran Marathi actor,' Vijay Kadam also starred in the movie Naag Devtaa in 2004 and then in the movie Chashme Bahaddar in the year 2006, which fetched him a lot of fans because of the movie’s overall success. Vijay Kadam also starred in movies like Bollywood Hero in the year 2009, Carry On Deshpande in the year 2015, and then Dhurandhar Bhatwsekar in the same year of 2015.  Vijay Kadam also plays a role in the Hindi TV show Madhubala. In the upcoming years, Vijay Kadam doesn’t plan on taking a break and is instead working hard on his two future films Chati Mi Tula and Mohar, that are set to release in the early part of the year 2016.  Vijay Kadam has also associated himself with Bollywood and Hindi television. He has worked in Hindi movies like Tere Mere Sapne in the year 1996 and the acclaimed movie Revati in the year of 2005. Vijay Kadam is also known for his friendship with Laxmikant Berde, with whom he has appeared in three movies altogether – Amhi Doge Raja Ram in 1986, Irasaal Karti in the year 1987, and Dekhni Bayko Namyachi in the year 2001 – all of which were well embraced by the Marathi audiences and universally enjoyed. 

Vijay Kadam Hindi Actor