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Rohit Saraf’s journey in Bollywood

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Rohit Saraf’s filmography boasts of characters of varied shades in such a short span, courtesy his deep understanding about the craft of acting and the ability to connect with his characters on a subconscious level.

The actor has a flair for trying different things and this reflects in his choices of roles and scripts. Let’s look at some of his works that prove his equal finesse in popcornflix and critically acclaimed work of art.

Dear Zindagi:

We saw Rohit Saraf working in his debut film ‘Dear Zindagi’ (2016) with Alia Bhatt and Shah Rukh Khan. Despite being in the company of such fine actors, Rohit didn’t flinch even a bit, he made a mark with his sincere performance that resonated with everyone.

What Will People Say:

Soon after his Bollywood debut, he asserted his acting prowess on the global canvas. He featured in the Norwegian drama, ‘What Will People Say’ (2017). The film premiered at the 42nd Toronto International Film Festival and was Norway’s official entry to the 91st Academy Award in the Best Foreign Language Film Category.

The Sky Is Pink:

The actor returned to the Indian soil with a bang in the form of the 2019 hit, ‘The Sky Is Pink’. He played the role of Ishaan Chaudhary and won the hearts of critics and audience alike. He literally got into the skin of the character and delivered a fine performance that people keep going back to.


Anurag Basu’s ‘Ludo’ (2020) is one of the rare films that strike a balance between mass and class entertainment, and Rohit Saraf effortlessly pulled off his character while being both vulnerable and wicked as per the demand of situations in the script.


The Netflix original series ‘Mismatched’ (2020) garnerd huge applause from the audience because of Rohit Saraf. The actor furnishes thorough entertainment and memorable moments in the show with his heartfelt performance.

The craft of acting is all about how one approaches their character and, Rohit’s precise understanding about the pitching and tone of his characters is something that makes him fabulous for both the audience and the critics.

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