Ankur Vikal is a renowned Indian film and theatre actor. He graduated from the National School of Drama (NSD), New Delhi in 2000, after studying Architecture at M.S. University, Baroda. He has acted in the Motley Theatre Group in plays such as Manto Ismat Haazir Hain, Safed Jhooth Kaali Shalwar, Katha Kollage II, All Thieves, The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial, and Salome. His film career with the Indian ground-breaking film Mango Soufflé, followed by the highly acclaimed films Maqbool and Missed Call.
Ankur has been working and touring with Nirbhaya .The play has been called one of the most important pieces on Human Rights in the world. Ankur is the only male actor in it. He acts with 5 actresses sharing their personal stories of Sexual Abuse. It has won the Fringe First Award, An Amnesty International and a Herald Angel when it opened in Edinburgh. It has been touring extensively in India, Europe and North America. It is acclaimed critically and has been running to full houses.
- 2002: Mango Soufflé as Kamlesh
- 2003: Maqbool as Riyaz Boti
- 2005: Missed Call as Gaurav SenguptaMissed Call
- 2008: Slumdog Millionaire as Maman
- 2009: The Forest as Pritam
- 2010: [[Striker (2010 film)|Striker]] as Zaid
- 2010: Kedi as Chandra
- 2010: "Breaking the Way" as Ashok
- 2013: Mariyaan(Tamil)
- 2014: Sold as Varun
- 2015: Blemished Light as Najib
- 2013: 24 (Indian TV series) as Yakub Sayeed(antagonist terrorist leader)
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