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National Crush Rohit Saraf Narrates Experience Of Very First Audition

The charming chocolate boy next door and budding bollywood actor on the block right now, national crush Rohit Saraf narrates experience of very first audition.

This is indeed an exciting scoop of the day as apart from making his place in hearts of viewers and fans, national crush Rohit Saraf narrates experience of very first audition.

Its an amazing news for the fans of this young and budding bollywood film actor on the block that national crush Rohit Saraf narrates experience of very first audition.

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.

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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, national crush Rohit Saraf narrates experience of very first audition.

Rohit Saraf has become the national crush thanks to his undeniable charm and friendly down-to-earth vibe. Many would think that Rohit’s good looks have always paved the way for him, but it would surprise you all to know that his very first audition was a total mess.

It all happened at Delhi’s Malviya Nagar when Rohit Saraf was barely 15-years-old. “They handed me the script, and it said that I had to jump off a wall, run around and cross a couple of hurdles. And I remember sitting in that tiny room, wondering, ‘Do they have another space where I will have to do the jumping around a bit?’ Obviously, I was terrible at acting. I remember the cameraman laughing because I was so bad”, says Rohit.

But look at Rohit Saraf now and you wouldn’t believe that it’s the same guy and shedding more light on this, he says, “I was taught that you need to accept that you are bad at something, in order to get better at it. So, I don’t think there will ever be a day when I will take my work for granted”.

It’s indeed true. Rohit Saraf’s hard work and dedication towards his craft come out in leaps and bounds when we look at his acting chops. Whether it’s Dear Zindagi or The Sky Is Pink or Ludo or Mismatched or the recently released, Feels Like Ishq, Rohit has always given us some of the most memorable performances.

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