Vijay Varma reflects on his successful acting career and a blossoming romance with Tamannaah Bhatia
- Vijay Varma`s talks about his career triumph.
- He talks about his relationship with Tamannaah Bhatia.
- Vijay Varma on embracing versatility, avoiding typecasting.
Vijay Varma, the actor who's been setting the industry abuzz with his remarkable performances, is riding a wave of success, and it's not just on the professional front. With hits like Darlings in 2022, followed by Dahaad and Lust Stories 2 this year, his career has been on an upward trajectory. And, in his personal life, there's something special to celebrate.
Reflecting on his recent achievements, Vijay Varma expresses his gratitude for the hard work and choices that have led to these accomplishments. He acknowledges that while success and failure aren't entirely in his hands, being on a winning streak feels absolutely fantastic.
Amidst all the attention on his career, Vijay Varma has also garnered interest in his relationship with actress Tamannaah Bhatia. Despite his attempts to keep it low-key, their connection becomes a hot topic of discussion. When asked why he decided not to keep it under wraps or use the 'we are just good friends' approach, Vijay offers a succinct response: "I love the song 'Jab Pyaar Kiya Toh Darna Kya' from Mughal-e-Azam."
While there's often talk about the pressure that comes with trying to make it in the industry, there's less discussion about the pressure to maintain success once it's achieved. Does Vijay Varma feel this weight of expectations? He candidly shares his perspective: "I realized that people expect me to do well every time I appear on screen now, and that can be a bit daunting. But I know myself well enough to understand that I can't do anything without complete conviction. I've experienced enough failures to not be enticed by the notion of everlasting success. That's my brand value."
This 37-year-old actor, who began his career with the film Chittagong and went on to feature in acclaimed projects like Gully Boy and Super 30, acknowledges the challenge of balancing his craft amidst the evolving industry dynamics.
However, one noticeable aspect of Vijay Varma's recent work has been his portrayal of characters with varying shades of grey, often treading into the realm of antagonists. Did he take this as a compliment that audiences appreciated him in such roles? In an industry that can easily pigeonhole actors as either heroes or villains, how does he navigate this landscape?
Vijay Varma, with confidence in his voice, reveals, "I loved it! But it was getting a bit monotonous after a few months, and thankfully now, the conversation has changed a lot. I don't like to be put in a box."