Rohit Saraf is currently on top of his game. The actor has been delivering amazing performances one after the other. He started his journey with Gauri Shinde’s ‘Dear Zindagi’ (2016) and quickly moved up the ranks because of his acclaimed performances.
With his work in films like ‘The Sky Is Pink’ (2019), ‘Hichki’ (2018), ‘Ludo’ (2020) and the Netflix original ‘Mismatched’ (2020), Rohit has carved a niche for himself. The actor is often placed in the same league as his global contemporaries like Timothée Chalamet, Jacob Elordi and Noah Centineo because of his natural and fluid acting style, fashion sense and the mass appeal that he commands over the audience. Like Timothée, Rohit has a string of acclaimed performances up his alley and style statement too is bold and experimental. If Jacob is known for his Netflix teen franchise ‘The Kissing Booth’ (2018) and Noah for his Netflix special ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’ (2018) then, Rohit has Netflix’s ‘Mismatched’ up his sleeves with the second season currently in the filming.
One thing that sets Rohit apart from his contemporaries is his ability to become the character rather than seeding the traits of the character in his personality. He is one actor who believes in giving his all to the parts he portrays on the screen. His quality to read the mind of the character and maneuver it through the course of story is something that he has mastered at a very tender age.