Actor Rohan Mehra has all the time had an excellent boy picture on tv, and he has been attempting to interrupt the picture along with his previous couple of roles. He performed a casanova within the internet collection “Class Of 2020” and is at the moment enjoying a driver with conflicts in his life within the internet collection “Crashh”.
“On TV, the best way you look will resolve the type of roles that you’ll get. For those who look good, you’ll get a wealthy boy or faculty stud sort of function. However once I noticed the movie ‘Lagaan’, I felt that Aamir Khan would not look poor however his performing within the movie satisfied everybody. So in case your look would not persuade the viewers, your performing ought to. On TV you do not have time to arrange effectively and so they (makers) do not belief you additionally to do a job which is totally different from what you’ve got performed earlier than. They really feel in case you look a sure method, you may play simply that,” he tells IANS.
The actor provides typecasting would not occur on the internet. “This type of typecasting would not occur on the internet. Each the exhibits that I’ve been a part of are fully totally different. On the internet, your performing is seen. You’ve time to arrange to your function. Plus, there are plenty of episodes and you’ve got sufficient time to showcase your performing talents,” he says.
He provides: “I had an excellent boy picture after my present Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai. Even after Bigg Boss, the identical picture stayed. I used to be getting solely good boy roles after that. I all the time wished to do one thing totally different and that is why I took a break. I modified my look and labored on my physique. After which I received an opportunity to do one thing totally different. Within the collection Class of 2020, my character was a casanova. And my function in Crashh may be very totally different. The dialect wherein I speak can also be totally different and so is my look.”
Speaking about his new collection “Crashh”, Rohan says: “It is a very clear story with a novel idea. It is rather totally different and we’ve not seen such a narrative for some time now. It’s about 4 siblings who get separated throughout childhood. The character was wonderful. He’s like this gully boy and stays in a chawl. He’s poor and wishes to begin driving to make a dwelling. There are conflicts in his life — his household is forcing him to get married and he desires to b a dancer,” he says.
“Crashh” is at the moment streaming on ALTBalaji and ZEE5.