Vikrant Massey, who recently became a father, expressed his intention to social climate Radhika Merchant and pre-wedding LIVE: S

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Vikrant Massey said, “I’m going to take each day as it comes. I want to be nimble and think on my feet, so I can adapt. The pace at which the world is changing is faster than most of us can comprehend, so there’s no point in planning. when asked what it was like being a new dad, Vikrant said,” It’s the best role of my life. A role that’s going to last a lifetime and the one I’m most looking forward to.

The actor said,” My brother’s name is Moeen, I am called Vikrant. You’d wonder why the name Moeen, I am called Vikrant. You’d wonder why and the name Moeen He converted to Islam, and my family let him change his religion. They said,’Beta ( son), if you find satisfaction in this, then go ahead.’ He converted at the age, of 17, which is a big step. My mother is Sikhni, my father is a church-going Christian, he goes to church twice a week. From a young age, I have seen a lot of arguments related to religion.

Actor Vikrant Massey has given an insight into his diverse family: A Sikh mother, a Christmas father, a brother who converted to Islam in his teens, a Hindu wife, and Vikrant himself. In the latest episode of Unfiltered to Religion and Spirituality. Mentioning his elder brother, he said, ‘Beta, if you find satisfaction in this, then go ahead.’ He converted at the age of 17, it is a big step. My mother is Sikhni, my father goes to church twice a week. From a young age, I have seen a lot of arguments related to religion and spirituality.

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