This is indeed an exciting scoop of the day as apart from making his place in hearts of viewers and fans, Rohit Saraf fulfilled his father’s dream by becoming an actor.
Its an amazing news for the fans of this young and budding bollywood film actor on the block that national crush Rohit Saraf fulfilled his father’s dream by becoming an actor.
In a recent interview speaking about the same, Rohit Saraf fulfilled his father’s dream by becoming an actor.
Rohit Saraf has bowled over the audience yet again with a charming performance in the recent release Star Host from Netflix anthology Feels Like Ishq.
It seems like Rohit Saraf can do no wrong. The actor has been appreciated for his roles in back-to-back films, bearing a testament that his hard work is paying off. Yet again, the young actor has garnered flattering and rave reviews not only from critics but also from audiences for his performance in short film segment titled Star Host, within the Netflix anthology Feels Like Ishq.
Best known for his remarkable performances in bollywood film The Sky Is Pink (2019), Ludo (2020) and then later in the hit Netflix series Mismatched which is also coming back with its second season now, Rohit Saraf fulfilled his father’s dream by becoming an actor.
Rohit Saraf’s dreamy good looks and new-age charisma is making every girl in the county fall for him at the first glance. But did you know that his journey to becoming an actor started when he was a little kid and his father was his first source of encouragement? The national crush opens up about how the thought of acting was embedded in him.
Rohit Saraf’s dad often encouraged him to be an actor. Talking about the time when he was a little boy, Rohit remembers how his dad would always say, “When Rohit grows up, I want him to be an actor”.
So, when his dad passed away, a 12-year-old Rohit Saraf decided to follow his father’s dream. He quit school in the 10th grade and packed his bags for Mumbai and speaking about same, Rohit said, “My mum said, ‘Maybe you should finish your 12th grade first’. But I was like, if I tell myself that I should have a backup plan, I will probably not do well. So, I never had a Plan B. For me, each project has been a stepping stone. I don’t think I would have been able to handle success instantly or altogether. I’d rather build it up slowly because I want to be able to cherish it, value it, and appreciate it”.
It has been one hell of a ride to the top for Rohit Saraf as the national crush. But we should always remember that it all began with a 5-year-old striking a pose in front of the camera, imitating an actor or dancing away, and then going on to fulfill his father’s dream. Now, isn’t that adorable?