TV Heartthrob Vishal Aditya Singh Reveals He Faced Rejections Because Of His Diction & Poor English

Mohnish Singh |May 09, 2020

Vishal Aditya Singh, one of the leading names on Indian television, was last seen in Salman Khan’s controversial reality show Bigg Boss 13.

Vishal Aditya Singh is regarded as one of the most successful actors on Indian television. The handsome hunk has several successful shows to his credit including Kulfi Kumar Bajewala (2018-19), Chandrakanta (2017-18) and Begusarai (2015-16). He was last seen as a participant in Salman Khan’s controversial reality show Bigg Boss 13 (2019-20).

Vishal Aditya Singh
Vishal Aditya Singh originally belongs to Bihar

Vishal Aditya Singh might be a force to reckon with today, but his journey to stardom has been replete with innumerable hardships and struggle. In his latest interview, the talented actor revealed that he faced a series of rejections during his initial days in the industry. He was often mocked for his poor diction and broken English.

Adding further, Vishal Aditya Singh said that when he started his journey in the industry, he had no clue how to go about it. He had no option of going back to his home either because he had seen a struggling life in his village also. So, he was not disconcerted when he was faced with several challenges in his career and was, in fact, well prepared for it. The actor added that he knew he would have to work really hard to achieve his dreams.

Vishal Aditya Singh belongs to a villain in the Indian state of Bihar. It was a cultural shock for him when he moved to Mumbai to pursue his dreams of becoming an actor. He, however, added that rejections in the very beginning made him perfect. He always took rejections and worked on it when they were for his betterment.

He said that since he came from Bihar, he had to face a lot of rejections because of his diction, poor English and being rustic. But now, he has managed to play a broad variety of roles in several successful shows on Indian television.


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