His journey as an actor began in the year 2004, when he essayed the role of Rakesh Bhavnani in the film Lakshya.
People took notice of him and for the next couple of years, he became a name to recon with in the ad world.
However, it was in the year 2006, that he made his television debut, when he was cast as Drone Keshab in K. Street Pali Hill on Star Plus.
The show that was loosely inspired by the novel Lace, had an ensemble cast, but Vipul Gupta did make his presence felt.
Post K. Street Pali Hill, one saw him in shows like India Calling (2006) and Ek Nayi Chhoti Si Zindagi (2011).
Things were looking good for this talented actor, but then he suddenly decided to give up television and try his luck in Bollywood.
Guess this one one decision that backfired, because Vipul suddenly vanished from the scene and for a couple of years no one knew nothing about him.
One did manage to catch him in a couple of commercials like Airtel, Mountain Dew and Pears Soap, but then that magic was missing.
Vipul did manage to be a part of films like Fox (2009) and Yeh Saali Zindagi (2011), but both these films could never do justice to his talent.
However, he made a quiet comeback in the year 2013, with Meri Bhabhi, essaying the role of Anand Zorawar Shergill. Once again the show had an ensemble cast, but Vipul did make his presence felt.
Be all in it or get out, as there is no half way. Well, that’s what Vipul Gupta is all about. He has done what he thought was right and then had the guts to face the consequences.
Here’s wishing him all the best for a great future ahead.