Vikas Kumar Wiki, Age, Height, Wife, Family, Biography & More

Vikas Kumar


Vikas Kumar is an Indian television and film actor. He is also a dialogue coach i.e., a person who helps an actor frame up the speech and voice of a character.


Vikas Kumar was born on Wednesday, 18 May 1977 (age 46 years; as of 2023), in Bihar Sharif. His zodiac sign is Taurus. He did his schooling at Welham Boy’s School, Dehradun.

Vikas Kumar’s photo from his school days

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5′ 8″

Eye Colour: Black

Hair Colour: Black

Family, Caste & Wife

His father is a doctor in Bihar. He is married to Raavi Sehgal, and the couple is blessed with a daughter, Rabani.

Vikas Kumar’s Parents

Vikas Kumar With His Wife and Daughter



He is a well-known dialogue coach in Bollywood. His debut project as a dialect coach was ‘Gulaal’ (2009). He has worked as a dialogue coach for Vidya Balan in ‘Ishqiya’ (2010), Kalki Koechlin in ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’ (2011), Lisa Haydon in ‘The Shaukeens’ (2014), and Aditya Roy Kapur in ‘Fitoor’ (2016).

Vikas Kumar With Lisa Haydon

He owns a dialect coaching firm, ‘Strictly Speaking.’ In an interview, he said,

I will say it was God’s will. While I was auditioning for roles, most of the time I got rejected due to my looks. But the good thing was whoever saw my tapes always said that dialogue delivery is my strong point.”

He has acted in a few Hindi films like ‘Handover’ (2012), ‘Prithipal Singh- A Story’ (2015) ‘Ajji’ (2017), and ‘Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran’ (2018).

Vikas Kumar in Parmanu

He has appeared in a few TV serials. In 1998, he appeared in one of the longest-running TV shows, ‘CID’ (1998) in which he played the role of Inspector Rajat.

A Still From C.I.D

In 2010, he appeared in the Sony TV’s serial, ‘Powder,’ in which he played the character of Umesh Jagdale.


In 2011, he appeared in the TV serial, ‘Khotey Sikkey,’ in which he played the character of Senior Inspector Damodar Deshmukh.

Vikas Kumar in Khotey Sikkey

He has acted in various theatre plays, like ‘The Legend of Ram – Prince of India,’ ‘The Fifty Day War,’ ‘Kamra Number 420,’ and ‘Khamosh! Adalat Jaari Hai.’

Vikas Kumar in a Theatre Play

In 2020, he appeared in the popular Netflix web-series, ‘Aarya,’ in which he played the role of ACP Khan.

Vikas Kumar in Aarya


  • He has attended three-month workshop with the theatre guru, Barry John.
  • In 2004, Vikas Kumar, along with the cast and crew of ‘The Legend of Ram- Prince of India,’ were felicitated by the then President of India, Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam.

    Vikas Kumar Being Felicitated by Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

  • He is often spotted drinking alcohol in parties.
  • In an interview, when he was asked about playing a gay character in the Netflix web-series, ‘Aarya’ (2020), he said,

I liked the way the character was written. Although, ACP Khan is gay, but the series neither sensationalize the fact nor does it portray it as a big revelation. It has just one normal scene where his partner comes to him with a tiffin and asks why he is so stressed at work. This is how we normalise things for the LGBT community. Someone’s sexuality cannot be his or her identity. Here, Khan’s identity is not ‘gay’ but a ‘cop’.”