This Is Vikrant Massey’s First Job & Paycheck

Vikrant Massey’s first paycheck paid for his college ID card.

by Ankita Mazumdar
This Is Vikrant Massey’s First Job & Paycheck

The entire town is buzzing about the success of Vikrant Massey’s recent film, 12th Fail directed by Vidhu Vinod Chopra. He is a talented actor who portrays every character he plays extremely well and has made a huge mark in the film industry. On this special edition of The Bombay Journey x Sunday Brunch episode, he joined Mashable India’s Siddharth Aalambayan and Curly Tales’s Editor-in-Chief, Kamiya Jani. We wanted to take a sneak peek into his life before he got famous and became THE Vikrant Massey. It turns out his first job was at a coffee shop and it paid ₹800; read on.

Vikrant Massey’s First Paycheck Was…

As we said we wanted to know how Vikrant Massey was before he became famous, we questioned him about his first job and paycheck. He said that a long time ago, he spent nearly eight to nine months working in a coffee shop. His job was to wait tables and clean the storage unit at the shop. 

By doing this, he made ₹800 a month back in 2003, also his first paycheck. He added that the kind coffee shop owner permitted him to work as a favour because he was underage. When Kamiya mentioned that ₹800 was still less back in 2003, he shared that this amount meant a lot to him because he could pay for his college ID card through this. We love to see the growth, Vikrant!

Also Read: This Vikrant Massey’s Favourite Character In A Film

Can You Guess His Favourite Food Dish?

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Looks like Vikrant Massey cannot stay away from Dosa, no matter what. He loves to relish plates of dosas and clearly, we took the hint and shared a meal of yummy dosas on our car bonnet with him. He also shared that back in the day, he and his brother would enjoy frappes at Versova’s Cafe Coffee Day (CCD) and it was operated twenty-four hours a day. 

Vikrant informed us that his brother used to work at a call centre and CCD was nearby, so it was a go-to spot. They used to ride a bike to CCD. Also, the frappe for priced at thirty-five rupees with whipped cream on top. It was a steal deal that late at night with barely any shop in sight. 

Also Read: This Is Vikrant Massey’s Favourite Spot In Mumbai For South Indian Food

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