Vikrant Rai is no more an unfamiliar name in the television industry. He has made the young girls to get attracted to him not only by means of his sheer good looks but also by his immense acting flair. In fact such is his acting skills that he has bagged two big projects together within a very short span of his career. He was seen essaying the role of Kshitij in the popular Zee show `Ghar Ki Lakshmi Betiyaan` and also portrayed the role of Jeet in another superhit Zee soap `Maayka-Saath Zindagi Bhar Ka`.
In the former show his role is that of soft, decent and kind-hearted youth who falls in love with one of the female leads Saraswati but looses her when she gets married. But when he hears that her marriage has proved to be a disaster he makes a die-hard attempt to save the love of his life and after putting her evil husband behind the bars he gets married to her and also takes the responsibility of her child. But soon after the marriage he made his exit from the show for reasons best known to him. In the other show `Maayka` he plays a straightforward and dashing youngster who is a singer in a club and is harboring dreams of making it big in the music industry. But unfortunately in this show also the cute-faced actor Romit Raaj replaced him.
On the personal front however Vikrant Rai is at the helm and is cherishing every moment of his love life with his long-distance girl friend who puts up in Canada. The couple first met at Kishore Namit Kapoor Academy and instantly hit it off and went on to become very good friends. It is after his girl went back to Canada that they both realized that they had fallen in love. The hope of uniting with the love of his life someday keeps him alive. Only at the age of 24 this actor has been successful in making a mark in the industry and wooing the small screen audiences over with his magnetic charm and a dashing persona. It is also expected that this actor will keep on entertaining the audiences in the coming times by means of his superb performances and performance-oriented character portrayals.
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