Kaushal Vyas - Theatre Is Very Important For Actors, From Where You Can Polish Your Acting Skills and Build More Confidence (Actor, India)

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1. Tell us about your background and journey.

I was born on 1 September 1994 in Botad which is a smaller district of Gujarat in a Middle-class family background. I had completed my Engineering there in 2017. I lost my father when I was in my 4th year of engineering and started suffering many problems like financial & some personal. 

No one supported me that time because all are opposing my thinking about my Acting Career. I started my career in modelling. In 2017 I got my first album song. I gave many Auditions but many times faced rejections or fake Persons and some times suffering myself as an empty pocket. But I never loss hope & passion because I knew that these all things are smaller than my dream and these things keep motivating me in the worst situation.

In 2019 I got my first Gujarati movie "Kem Chho?" as Assistant Director and step by step I started working on myself and getting small roles then I moved to Mumbai. 2020 was a life-changing year for me when I got "RAADO" Film as a parallel lead. Now having many upcoming movies which are going to add to my wish list. Now having own Film Production named "Kaushal & Kaushal Films".

2. Did you ever think or dream of being an actor?

Yes, from childhood. Sometimes I'm used to seeing reality as film scenes & this thing makes my observation strong.

3. How can one approach their career and have the confidence and belief to become an actor?

I just want to say that Hard Work, Belief & Experience will make you Successful. We can't always depend on opportunities or others but sometimes we have to create opportunity or find a new way to achieve our dream. Keep learning and working on yourself. Don't compare yourself to others but be a competitor with your own and improve yourself day by day.

4. If not this, what would you be doing?

Maybe a cricketer.

5. For a complete outsider with inroads, what advice would you like to give?

For outsiders, I can give one piece of advice that if you want to become an actor then first learn the acting and prepare yourself financially too. You can join theatres or any products and make more references because it creates good opportunities.

Theatre is very important for actors, from where you can polish your acting skills and add more confidence in yourself.

6. What is your mantra of success?

"Passion is the only thing that will keep your dreams alive."

7. Which is your favourite book and why?

"Secret" is my favourite book. Because this book keeps motivating me always.

- Interviewed by - Sanjana Jain

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