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Vipin Sharma

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Nom de naissance Vipin Sharma
Nationalité Inde
Naissance à New Delhi (Inde)

Vipin Sharma is an Indian actor born in New Delhi. He is a graduate of National School of Drama, New Delhi, India and the Canadian Film Centre, Toronto, Canada.

As a kid growing up in Delhi Vipin always wanted to be in the movies. He used to hear stories of kids running away from homes and landing up in Bombay but he never thought of doing it as he knew it would hurt his parents badly. He grew up in Delhi watching the movies on television every Sunday. The trouble was there was no electricity in his own house so he had to rely on his neighbors and it was their choice to let him in or not. One Sunday he found out that there was a very unique Hindi film Achanak was to be shown which had no songs at all. It was unheard of in those to have a film without a song whereas a separate show called Chitrahar was dedicated entirely to songs on Doordarshan. He wasn't allowed in any of the houses. Angry he broke someones front gate in Lajpat Nagar where he grew up and ran away. It was this and many other humiliating experiences that he decided that one day the same people who don't allow him to watch television in their homes will be watching him on it one day.

Acting was always on Vipin's mind, and like thousands his inspiration was also Amitabh Bachchan. "Even as a kid I would go for movies without telling my father, and later he used to beat me up. But I was really passionate about it."

He went to Delhi University but his love for acting didn't help much there also as he was rusticated due to the shortage of attendance as he was busy doing a play. He was also disillusioned with the entire education system which kept teaching the same thing over and over again. He quit college and was fortunate to be selected to study at one of the most amazing acting schools in the country, the National School of Drama. NSD influenced him greatly. It surely put him on the right path. That is where he came in touch with some of the most important filmmakers and actors of our times like Shyam Benegal, Ketan Mehta, Prakash Jha, Naseerudding Shah, Om Puri, B.V. Karanth, Barry John to name a few. This is also where he flourished as an actor and soon after he graduated he was hired by the Madhya Pradesh Rangmandal (a theatre repertory company) where he performed all around the country for a year or so. Again disillusioned by a structured work place he decided to leave and travel around in the country and abroad. That is when he went to Berlin and studied Experimental Cinema there for about a year or so. Upon his return he started his career by assisting Ketan Mehta in one of the most memorable film of NFDC, Mirch Masala. He was with him again on another path breaking film of Bollywood Hero Hiralal. Acting continued in between and he acted in Shayam Benegal's Discovery of India and Yatra. His portrayal of Rama Krishna Paramhamsa got him rave reviews and Mr Benegal cast him in Carmen along with OM Puri and Nina Gupta. The film never got made and disillusioned with acting and Bollywood of late 80’s he now wanted to do something different. In Toronto he tried different hats and finally became an editor after having attended another very popular Norman Jewison film school, Canadian Film Centre. But during all that time acting stayed in his mind and he always thought may be one day he will go back to it. And he IS back now. All this happened because of a chance meeting with one of the most amazing acting teachers he had come across, Jacqueline McClintock from Montreal who teaches Meisner. It changed his life. Vipin studied with her for a bit and decided to pack his bags and head to Bollywood.

His first major role was as Nandakishore Avasti in Taare Zameen Par (Like Stars on Earth). For his role in the film, he was nominated for a 2009 Star Screen Award for Best Supporting Actor.

Taare was a windfall. He had no idea that it was going to happen when he first arrived in India. He remembers his first day on the shoot. There were these huge lights and he was standing with Aamir and Amole who was then directing the film. It felt surreal.

In 'Taare Zameen Par', he played a dyslexic child's father, but he was not the first choice for the character. Written by Amole Gupte and directed by Aamir Khan, the movie was not a typical entertainer, but it turned out to be one of the biggest hits of 2007 as it carried an important message and was like an eye-opener for many. Recalling the audition, he said: "I was not called to play the part, I was actually asked to audition for the Hindi teacher, but I requested Amole to let me audition for that part too. He gave me some lines and asked me to come prepared the next day." "The next day Amole was not there, but I still auditioned for the role. It was my luck that Aamir saw the audition clip and asked Amole to let me play that part." "I guess I will always be remembered for my role in 'Taare Zameen Par' and honestly, because of the film I did not have to struggle a lot," he added.


By the time I did Jannat it was still a bit strange. I had refused it but I am glad I did it. I remember soon after Jannat released I was driving in Bombay and stopped at a cross light. A group of street kids who sell umbrellas, books and many other things on these junctions came running towards me. I first thought they wanted to sell me their merchandise but soon they told me that they had loved my Hamam soap dialog in it. I was quite amazed by how much Bollywood movies have actually become part of the life in India. I mean these kids are not educated and are poor but they see every film.

In the movie John Day, Vipin Sharma and Makrand Despande were described as being very engaging in their supporting roles.

"I don't want to do mindless cinema. I want to do something that has a message. My character should convey a message to the society," Vipin, last seen in "John Day" as a police officer, told IANS in a telephonic interview from Mumbai. "Having said that, I understand that all the movies cannot have a message, but then again, I don't want to do something that doesn't make any sense," he added.

“Acting in such films is like driving through the Mumbai traffic where many people are unnecessarily honking,” quips Sharma as we talk about the standards of acting in mainstream cinema. “See, acting is one profession where you don’t have to do what your designation suggests. An engineer is supposed to do engineering, but an actor should not act. He has to constantly struggle to minimize the acting part. Unfortunately, many don’t understand this in our industry. Perhaps that’s why many still call a supporting actor a character artist. It is an archaic term which has lost its meaning.”


"I look for something interesting, something unique. The character should create some arc. It has to be very realistic. I just see what kind of human being my character is, and if I like it, I accept it," he said.

An alumnus of the National School of Drama, Vipin Sharma feels that formal training in the craft is vital for every actor.

"If you have a dental problem, will you go to an untrained dentist? No, then why go for an untrained actor. Training is hugely important for an actor's career. There is something very intriguing about a trained actor," Vipin told.
He added: "One can easily distinguish between a trained and an untrained actor. Training gives a depth to their performance, so I feel that every actor should undergo a formal training."

"I am mostly working with Indie filmmakers in Bollywood now and that is where I am finding my like-mindedness. I don’t hate mainstream cinema but it very rarely offers films that are greatly entertaining and enlightening at the same time. Just aiming to entertain through an art form is shallow and doesn’t contribute much to any society. In a country like India where there are so many issues that need to be looked into there is a great need of cinema which reflects that. I am attempting to be part of this New Age Cinema that is fast emerging here. I am also slowly going back to performing on stage and soon will be directing my first film as well. - See more at: http://www.indianentertainment.info/2012/01/27/vipin-sharma-exploring-a-new-horizon-within.html#sthash.MCcdVaRu.dpuf

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Filmographie de Vipin Sharma (33 films)

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Attaque à Mumbai, 2h3
Réalisé par Anthony Maras
Origine Australie
Genres Drame, Thriller, Action, Historique
Thèmes Le terrorisme
Acteurs Dev Patel, Armie Hammer, Nazanin Boniadi, Tilda Cobham-Hervey, Anupam Kher, Jason Isaacs
Rôle Dilip
Note75% 3.7997753.7997753.7997753.7997753.799775
Novembre 2008, à Bombay. La ville de Mumbai est frappée par un vague d'attaques terroristes dans des lieux de grande fréquentation. Des hommes armés prennent notamment d'assaut l'hôtel de luxe Taj Mahal Palace & Tower en prenant en otage les clients et les employés. Au milieu de ce chaos, plusieurs personnes tentent de survivre et d'échapper au massacre. Alors que le chef du restaurant et un serveur indiens vont risquer leur vie pour protéger leurs clients, un couple de touristes britanniques, accompagnés de leur nourrice et d'un autre voyageur russe, veulent à tout prix de protéger leur nouveau-né. Pendant ce temps, le monde entier découvre en direct ces évènements tragiques, ce qui se déroule à l’intérieur dépassant l’inimaginable. Délaissé par les secouristes, les clients et les touristes ne peuvent que compter sur eux-mêmes pour survivre.
The Blueberry Hunt
Genres Thriller
Acteurs Naseeruddin Shah, Vipin Sharma, Vinay Forrt
Rôle Sett
Note54% 2.7171552.7171552.7171552.7171552.717155
The Blueberry Hunt unfolds in a lush green deserted estate bordering the forest on the high altitudes of Vagamon, Kerala. The film centers around a recluse locally known as "Colonel" -- played by Naseeruddin Shah, living with his large German Shepherd dog. The story focuses on the last five days when Colonel's plantation of a high potency variant of marijuana -- Blueberry Skunk—gets ready for harvest.
Psycho Raman, 2h7
Réalisé par Anurag Kashyap
Origine Inde
Genres Drame, Thriller, Policier
Thèmes Psychologie
Acteurs Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Vicky Kaushal, Vipin Sharma, Amruta Subhash, Ashok Lokhande
Rôle Raghav's Father
Note72% 3.6486353.6486353.6486353.6486353.648635
À Mumbai, en 2015, un déséquilibré se prend pour le successeur de Raman Raghav (Nawazuddin Siddiqui), tueur en série des années 1960. Il croise sur sa route Raghavan, jeune commissaire brillant, mais en proie à ses propres démons.
Gour Hari Dastaan
Réalisé par Anant Mahadevan
Genres Drame
Thèmes Politique
Acteurs Vinay Pathak, Konkona Sen Sharma, Ranvir Shorey, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Vikram Gokhale, Vipin Sharma
Rôle Ahirkar
Note72% 3.6380753.6380753.6380753.6380753.638075
Gour Hari Dastaan is a story of an Odisha freedom fighter, Gour Hari Das who made his way through a long battle of silent war that lasted for 32 years, against his own government to prove his patriotic association towards the nation. He fought for a certificate recognizing his work as a freedom fighter which took three full decades to arrive. At the age of 84, the much sought-after certificate, when it was ultimately awarded, was a bittersweet victory.
Kick
Kick (2014)
, 2h27
Réalisé par Sajid Nadiadwala
Genres Comédie, Action, Policier, Romance
Thèmes Super-héros
Acteurs Salman Khan, Jacqueline Fernandez, Randeep Hooda, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Mithun Chakraborty, Rocky Verma
Rôle Home Minister
Note59% 2.9500552.9500552.9500552.9500552.950055
Un homme, à la recherche perpétuelle de l'adrénaline, le fameux kick, donne du fil à retordre à la police par ses cambriolages spectaculaires. Une femme avoue à son futur mari qu'elle a eu un amoureux. Le futur mari, un inspecteur de police, est à la recherche d'un curieux cambrioleur... Action, cascades, explosions et un brin de comédie viendront agrémenter ce film survolté et tant attendu !
Inkaar
Inkaar (2013)
, 2h13
Réalisé par Sudhir Mishra
Acteurs Arjun Rampal, Chitrangada Singh, Deepti Naval, Kanwaljit Singh, Rehana Sultan, Vipin Sharma
Rôle Gupta
Note60% 3.049093.049093.049093.049093.04909
Inkaar is the love story of Maya Luthra (Chitrangada Singh) and Rahul Verma (Arjun Rampal) set against the backdrop of sexual harassment. When misunderstandings are created between the two lovers Maya and her mentor Rahul, she files a case of sexual harassment against him. A committee is set up by the advertising agency they work in to investigate their case and find out the truth. Rahul denies that he ever had any such intentions to sexually harass Maya, but she insists that he makes her feel insecure and unsafe in her own office. The committee is unable to reach a clear conclusion as they do not know who to believe. The climax of the film brings an unexpected twist to the story, and in a final confrontation the two protagonists' love emerges victorious.
Special 26
Special 26 (2013)
, 2h24
Réalisé par Neeraj Pandey
Genres Drame, Thriller, Policier
Thèmes Hold up
Acteurs Akshay Kumar, Kajal Agarwal, Jimmy Shergill, Manoj Bajpayee, Anupam Kher, Divya Dutta
Rôle ACP (Fake)
Note79% 3.998773.998773.998773.998773.99877
Dans ce drame criminel inspiré de faits réels, une bande d'escrocs se faisant passer pour des agents du gouvernement cambriole un bijoutier très connu.
Shahid
Shahid (2013)
, 2h3
Origine Inde
Genres Drame, Thriller, Biographie, Policier
Acteurs Rajkummar Rao, Tigmanshu Dhulia, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub, Kay Kay Menon, Prabal Panjabi, Prabhleen Sandhu
Rôle Prosecutor More
Note81% 4.097834.097834.097834.097834.09783
Une histoire basée sur l'avocat pénaliste et des droits de l'homme, Shahid Azmi, qui a été tué alors qu'il défendait les accusés à tort par la loi dans des activités terroristes.
Bullett Raja
Réalisé par Tigmanshu Dhulia
Genres Drame, Action, Policier, Romance
Thèmes La musique, Musique, Bollywood
Acteurs Saif Ali Khan, Sonakshi Sinha, Jimmy Shergill, Ravi Kishan, Chunky Pandey, Raj Babbar
Rôle Shirivastavji - Political Advisor
Note49% 2.4549652.4549652.4549652.4549652.454965
Raja Mishra (Saif Ali Khan) gatecrashes into a marriage while trying to escape from a brawl. The bride's cousin, Rudra Tripathi (Jimmy Shergill), and Raja form a friendship upon Raja revealing that he is a uninvited guest. While in process of seducing the mujra dancer, Raja overhears a plot by Lallan Tiwari (Chunky Pandey) to execute everyone in the wedding upon instructions from a land lord wanting to use Rudra's uncle's land for poppy farming. Raja warns everyone about the impending attack and Raja and Rudra fight off the attacking Lallan Singh's gang. Rudra's uncle (Sharat Saxena) sees the potential in Raja and Rudra forming an alliance for offering protection to political personalities and offers them to join his gang. Not wanting to enter the world of politics, they refuse and Rudra's uncle advices them to take refuge from Lallan's gang in jail. In a later incident Rudra's uncle is killed by the poppy field owner with help of Lallan Singh.
Oonga
Oonga (2013)
, 1h38
Genres Drame
Acteurs Nandita Das, Seema Biswas, Salim Kumar, Alyy Khan, Vipin Sharma, Anand Tiwari
Rôle Pradip
Note68% 3.431743.431743.431743.431743.43174
Little adivasi Oonga misses his village school trip to see the ‘Ramayana’. Upset about being the only kid in his tribal village Pottacheru who has not yet seen the mythical warrior-king ‘Rama’, Oonga runs away, embarking on a long adventurous journey to the big city of Lohabad.
Rajjo
Rajjo (2013)
, 2h17
Origine Inde
Genres Drame, Comédie romantique, Romance
Thèmes La musique, Sexualité, Erotique, Prostitution, Musique, Bollywood
Acteurs Kangana Ranaut, Mahesh Manjrekar, Prakash Raj, Paras Arora, Avtar Gill, Upendra Limaye
Rôle Chandu's Father
Note28% 1.4284551.4284551.4284551.4284551.428455
Rajjo (Kangana Ranaut) est une danseuse de religion musulmane tandis que Chandu (Paras Arora) est un jeune brahmane. Chandu, dont la mère est chanteuse, aime la musique ce qui le rapproche de Rajjo.
Raanjhanaa
Raanjhanaa (2013)
, 2h20
Réalisé par Allah Rakha Rahman, Aanand L. Rai
Origine Inde
Genres Drame, Romance
Thèmes Religion
Acteurs Dhanush, Sonam Kapoor, Abhay Deol, Swara Bhaskar, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub, Shilpi Marwaha
Rôle Kundan's father (Cameo Appearance)
Note75% 3.798063.798063.798063.798063.79806
Kundan Shankar (Dhanush) est le fils d'un prêtre tamoul hindou. Depuis sa plus tendre enfance, le jeune homme est passionnément amoureux de la belle Zoya Haider (Sonam Kapoor), une jeune musulmane, fille d'un professeur. Cependant, cet amour est à sens unique et tourne bientôt à l'obsession.
Satyagraha
Satyagraha (2013)
, 2h33
Réalisé par Prakash Jha
Genres Drame
Thèmes Film sur un écrivain, Journalisme, Politique
Acteurs Amitabh Bachchan, Ajay Devgn, Kareena Kapoor, Arjun Rampal, Manoj Bajpayee, Amrita Rao
Rôle Gauri Shankar
Note59% 2.95132.95132.95132.95132.9513
La révolte de membres de la classe moyenne contre la corruption de ses représentants politiques.