Age: 15 Years
|Famous Role||‘Harshu’ in TVF Originals’ “Yeh Meri Family” (2013)
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters- 154 cm
in meters- 1.54 m
in feet & inches- 5’ 1”
|Debut||Telefilm: Chatpat Jhatpat (2012)
Film: Bombay Talkies (2013)
TV: Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha (2012)
Web Series: Yeh Meri Family (2018)
|Date of Birth||3 October 2004 (Sunday)|
|Age (as in 2019)||15 Years|
|School||Ryan International School, New Delhi|
|Educational Qualification||Pursuing his class 11 (as in 2020)|
|Hobbies||Dancing, Playing Cricket|
|Parents||Names Not Known
|Siblings||Brother- Tushar Bansal (Elder)
|Food||Burger, Pav Bhaji|
Some Lesser Known Facts About Vishesh Bansal
- Vishesh Bansal is an Indian child actor who rose to fame by playing the role of ‘‘Siddharth’ in the TV serial, “Buddha.”
- He was born in a middle-class family in Delhi.
- Vishesh made his first on-screen appearance as a child artist in 2012 with the TV serial “Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha” as ‘Aditya Mohan Bhatnagar/Addu.’
- Subsequently, Bansal featured in the TV serials, “Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon?” and “Devon Ke Dev…Mahadev.”
- In 2013, he made his film debut by playing a character in the plot ‘Sheila Ki Jawani’ in the film, “Bombay Talkies.”
- Thereafter, he worked in TV serials like “Beintehaa,” “Suryaputra Karn,” and “Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi.”
- Vishesh made his digital media debut by playing the role of ‘Harshal Gupta aka Harshu’ in the web series, “Yeh Meri Family.”
- He has also featured in the advertisements of various brands, including “Kellogg’s Chocos Chocoland,” “Mosquito Banditz,” “Bournvita,” “Britannia Treat,” “Parle G,” “Dettol,” and “Amul Cheese.”
- Bansal was even a part of Star Gold’s show, “Super Funday T20.”
- Vishesh is a big foodie. He loves to try out new cuisines.
- Bansal loves playing the guitar.
- In an interview, Vishesh shared that he wanted to work in Hollywood.
- He got trained in swimming, horse riding, reciting mantras, cable walk, and archery for the role of young Karn in the TV serial ‘Suryaputra Karn’ (2015).