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 gathered flattering reviews not only from critics but also from audiences for his performance in Star Host, in the Netflix anthology ‘Feels Like Ishq’.
While ‘Dear Zindagi’ (2016) may have been the film that shined the spotlight on Rohit, films like ‘Hichki’ (2018), ‘The Sky Is Pink’ (2019) and ‘Ludo’ (2020) brought him national attention. With ‘Mismatched’ (2020) and now ‘Feels Like Ishq’, Rohit has played characters that make one fall in love with him even more.
The innocence and charm of Rohit is very reminiscent of Netflix sensation Noah Centineo from ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ (2018) or Ansel Elgort from ‘The Fault In Our Stars’ (2014). And what makes Rohit Saraf stand out is the range of roles and films or series that he chooses. Dabbling in a dark comedy like ‘Ludo’ in the role of a situation-struck struggling Rahul or the effervescent Rishi in ‘Mismatched’ or even the unconditionally lovable Kiddo in ‘Dear Zindagi’. Though his big splash may have been in ‘The Sky Is Pink’, he has consistently showcased his brilliant acting chops, in every scene he’s seen on-screen.
Projecting his efforts, his unfound innocence in every role, after ‘Star Host’ from ‘Feels Like Ishq’, Rohit is going to follow it up with the reprisal of his character, Rishi in the second season of ‘Mismatched’ with his favorite co-star Prajakta Koli. And if the audience enjoyed and loved Rohit in the first season, season two promises to be so much more.