Dhruv Vikram (born 23 September 1995) is an Indian actor who made his acting debut with the film Adithya Varma. He is the son of Tamil actor Vikram.
Dhruv had been first approached to play a role in Mohan Raja's M. Kumaran Son of Mahalakshmi (2004), but eventually did not feature. Pandiraj approached him to play the role of Anbukkarasu in Pasanga (2008); however, Vikram was then not keen on letting his son get into acting and the role subsequently went to Kishore DS. A short film titled "GoodNight Charlie" directed by Dhruv based on child abuse was released in 2016 on YouTube.
Dhruv made his feature film debut with Bala's Varmaa, a remake of the Telugu film Arjun Reddy (2017) by Sandeep Reddy Vanga; however, the release of the film was stalled after the producer was not content about the final product. The film was relaunched as Adithya Varma with Bala’s assistant Giressaya making his debut as a director. The film released to positive reviews in 2019 with a critic noting that "Dhruv Vikram comes up with a performance that captures Vijay Deverakonda's intense and raw act from the original note for note, but there is an assuredness and honesty here that makes us appreciate it rather than dismiss it just as mimicry". The original version of the film, Varmaa, had a delayed release in 2020 and a critic stated that "As for Dhruv Vikram, he is rawer here, looking sure-footed in some scenes and like a novice in some". Dhruv later signed on to act alongside his father in the latter's 60th film, Mahaan, and an untitled film to be directed by Mari Selvaraj.