“Vyom Yadav shines in his lead debut with Tigmanshu Dhulia’s Garmi: A promising newcomer in the world of acting”
Vyom Yadav: A Rising Star in Tigmanshu Dhulia’s Garmi
The entertainment industry is constantly evolving, with new talents emerging every day. One such talent who has recently made a mark in the industry is Vyom Yadav. The up and coming actor has marked his debut in a lead role with Tigmanshu Dhulia’s web series, Garmi. The show is a political drama that intricately weaves together the lives of several characters. The series is exclusively available for streaming on Sony Liv.
Vyom Yadav’s performance in the show has received overwhelming responses from industry, family, friends, and fans alike. His portrayal of a complex character has impressed many, and he has been appreciated for his acting skills and screen presence. The role of Arvind Shukla in ‘Garmi’ was a dream come true for Vyom after facing multiple rejections. Working with Tigmanshu Dhulia was a life-changing moment for him, and he feels blessed to have gotten the opportunity to work with one of the best directors in the country.
Tigmanshu Dhulia is an absolute institution on the move. Working with him was like being in an acting school, learning insightful and informative tips and tricks every day. Vyom felt like he was a father figure to him, and he has always extended unwavering support to him. He gave him the space to bring his own interpretation to the scenes as an actor, and he appreciated how open he was with his contributions. It was a dream come true to work with such a wonderful director, and Vyom cannot wait for more opportunities to collaborate with him.
While preparing for his role as Arvind Shukla in ‘Garmi’, Vyom created a timeline for his character development after every prime incident in the script. He even changed his way of living to embody his aggression – speaking less and constantly thinking like Arvind in everyday life situations, not just on set.
That’s what’s so fascinating about this art form – it allows you to experience things you wouldn’t otherwise. He remembers talking to students in the hostel where they were shooting, observing their lifestyle and room setup, which was nothing like what he has seen before. Being in their world helped him tap into the skin of the character and bring him to life on screen.
When Vyom first read the script for Garmi, he realized that some of the qualities of the character matched with his own, but the political aspect was completely new to him. It was uncharted territory for him, and he had to spend hours watching and researching videos to be able to see the overlap between his traits and the character’s. But he was determined to make it work, and he put in the effort to really connect with the character.
Born in a middle-class family in Benares, Vyom was raised in Delhi and finished schooling and his engineering in Delhi. However, his love for acting preceded his formal vocation so kept connected with the artform through Nukkad Natak and participated in his college Drama Society. During his college days, whenever he had some free time, he would head to the top floor washroom where there were fewer distractions, so he could practice his lines in front of the mirror.
Vyom has earlier acted in character roles in some critically acclaimed projects like Badhaai Do and Delhi Crime. But his role in Garmi has been his biggest breakthrough so far. He has impressed everyone with his acting skills and dedication to his craft. Vyom’s journey in the entertainment industry has just begun, and he has a bright future ahead of him.