Vishesh Bansal (born on 3rd October, 2004) is an Indian television child actor. He was brought up in Mumbai, India.
Bansal has acted in several shows, including the 2011 Triangle Film Company’s mythological series Devon Ke Dev…Mahadev as Grihpati on Life OK, also known playing a role in 4 Lions Films romantic-drama series Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon? as Arnav and Khushi’s adopted son as Aarav Singh Raizada on Star Plus,the first season of the drama series Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha as Aditya Vyas,and the 2013 romance-drama series Beintehaa as Zain and Aliya’s son Zayed Zain Abdullah on Colors TV.
Later he gave an audition and selected to play the main lead in mythological series Buddha. He portrayed alongside an ensemble cast, including Sameer Dharmadhikari, Nigaar Khan, Kabir Bedi, Gungun Uprari, played the role of young King Siddharth / Buddha. The story of the show is based on the life of Gautama Buddha. The show produced by B.K. Modi and was aired on Zee TV from July 2013.
Bansal also featured in a Bollywood Movie Bombay Talkies released in 2013, in a story “Sheila Ki Jawani“. Directed by Zoya Akhtar, he was shown as a young boy desiring to become a policeman in future.
By the end of June 2015, Bansal featured to play the protagonist in Swastik Pictures‘ mythological-drama series Suryaputra Karn, in which he was cast alongside Mouli Ganguly and Anand Suryavanshi, played the lead role of a very young Karna.The show is based on the journey of the warrior Karna, one of the central character from the Mahabharata. The show was created and produced by Siddharth Kumar Tewary and it airs on Sony Entertainment Television from 29 June 2015. Later, he was replaced by Basant Bhatt after ten years leap in the show on 18 August 2015.
Vishesh Bansal is an actor, known for Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi (2016), Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha (2012) and Asur: Welcome to Your Dark Side (2020).Child actor Vishesh Bansal has got a unique job in Yeh Meri Family web series. He has to act his age, but also be the main characters of the series, and even at a young age he is fluent in his craft already. As a teenager growing in the 90s, Vishesh’s act is very believable and lovable as Harshu.
Vishesh Bansal was brilliant as Rohan Goswami. As a child actor with a loud mouth he does fairly well, and looks like he has a bright future ahead. Rajiv Gupta still doesn’t cease to bring that humorous tinge to every tale he is associated with, tickling you occasionally with his thorough expounding.
When it comes to shooting high-octane stunts, 10-year-old Vishesh Bansal, who plays Karn in Siddharth Kumar Tewary’s ‘Suryaputra Karn‘, can give senior actors a run for their money. The child artiste has performed some daring stunts in the biting-cold valleys of Kashmir, refusing to use a body double.
There were times, when he would hang for hours on a harness for cliff-jumping scenes. He says, “I used a harness only for big leaps as I am too young for that. Another interesting stunt I performed was riding two horses at a time, which unfortunately didn’t make the cut. Shooting amidst snow-capped mountains wasn’t easy, as it would get foggy at around 3 pm. We would be forced to halt the shoot till the mist cleared. I even had a scene where I had to save my reel brother and his whole body-weight was on me.”
Vishesh learnt archery, horse riding and snow boarding for the show. Meanwhile, in the show the viewers recently saw how Karn is struggling to save his mother who is shot with an arrow.