Mom villain Vikas Verma gets a high playing negative roles
Actor Vikas Verma (left) is three films old in Bollywood and has essayed only negative roles till now. The actor doesn’t fear getting typecast and has a reason behind taking up such offers.
“It’s not that I am fascinated with the negative image, but I love doing something which is more challenging and out- of-thebox. It’s very difficult to make people hate you,” says Vikas, who recently starred as Charles Diwan in the film Mom. “I find a different kind of high in taking up such difficult tasks,” he adds.
Vikas, who earlier starred in Yaariyan (2014) and Shaandaar (2015), is smitten by his Mom co-star Sridevi and says this is one film that he will cherish forever. “Working with Sridevi ma’am was like a dream come true. She is a superstar and there is a lot that you can learn from her. She did complete justice to the role of a mother and off-screen also she is just like that — protective, caring and loving,” says Vikas.
Talking about his upcoming films, Vikas, who will soon be seen in the sequel of 1997 film Judwaa, says, “My focus is to work non-stop.” He adds on a lighter note, “I am looking forward to work on some unique scripts where I can explore my acting abilities and make more people hate my characters with time.”