Vatsal Sheth is a light eyed, 5.8 feet good looking TV and Bollywood actor who needs no introduction. Vatsal Sheth was born in Mumbai on 5th August 1980. His parents are Gujarati and he has two younger siblings. He did his schooling in Utpal Sanghavi school, studied computer science in Gokhilibai High School and completed his graduation in mathematics from Meethibai College. Vatsal always wanted to be a scientist. He has even written a few computer games in GW Basic and Pascal language. But destiny has planned something else for him. He got role in
Just Mohabbat, a serial based on the teenagers. This show airs on Sony TV and his character of Jai made him a star. Later in 2003, he got his debut movie Tarzan: The Wonder opposite
Ayesha Takia. Taarzan was produced by Abbas Mustaan and Vatsal has played the character of Raj Choudhary, who was the owner of a talking car. In 2007, he was seen in
Nanhe Jaisalmer as Vikram Singh.
In 2008, he acted in the role of Ali khan in super hit movie Heroes. In 2009, Subhai Ghai cast him in
Paying Guests. He has also acted in movies Hostel and The Cheetah Girls: One World. His movie Hostel (2011) has received praise from the former President Mrs. Pratibha Patil, but it could not do well on box office. He has also done cameo in the movie
Jai Ho. He has appeared in TV commercials of Cadbury Perk and Pepsi with
Preity Zinta and Sharukh Khan. He has even worked as a executive producer for movie U Me Aur Hum.
In 2013, he entered Jhalak Dikhla Jaa as a wild card contestant. Then in 2014, he made a comeback on television, as Shaurya Goenka in the serial
Ek Hasina Thi on Star Plus. In this serial, his character was that of a womanizer spoilt brat, who used to think that his rich family can cover up all his sins. He played a rapist in this serial. Vatsal Seth is a fitness freak and is a vegetarian. He is also a part of celebrity cricket team Mumbai Heroes and is a badminton player.