November 22, 2020 2:31:39 pm
From a debut film never released to frequent Netflix projects with Ludo and Mismatched, actor Rohit Saraf believes that his four-year-old journey in cinema has helped him realize that the industry has co-starred with many artists. – Gives room for existence and bloom.
Although Saraf made his Bollywood debut in 2016 with Alia Bhatt, co-star of Gauri Shinde’s Dear Zindagi, it was John Abraham’s production Banana which was his first film.
The 23-year-old actor, who later went on to act in acclaimed films like The Sky Is Pink and Rani Mukherjee-Hiccup starring Priyanka Chopra, said she has felt over the years that she has “flexibility, patience and persistent hard work” . The key to survival in the industry.
“What I understand better is that there is room for many artists to co-exist and do equally amazing work. The competition should be with themselves and the only goal should be to better themselves with each day. If You cannot be ignored if you are talented, ”Saraf told PTI in an interview.
The actor, who was praised for his performance in filmmaker Anurag Basu’s crime-comedy Ludo, is back on screen with the young-adult romantic series, Bemel, which recently premiered on Netflix.
The series is based on Sandhya Menon’s book When Dimple Mate Rishi and is directed by Akash Khurana and Nipuna Dharmadhikari, Karvana’s assistants, known for co-hosting YouTube talk show Casting Couch with Ameya and Dipun. Khurana also acts as a listener for the series.
Saraf said that he is grateful for such projects and hopes to fulfill his dream. “When I look at the journey I have taken thus far, I feel incredibly grateful. One thing I’ve always wanted to do with my work is to create value and that is something that I I am fortunate to be a part of all the projects I have been part of. This is the one thing that inspires me.
Also read Ludo Review: Hijinks in Corona’s Time
“I hope that with all the projects that I am going to associate myself with moving forward, it will allow me to do the same.”
Written by Gajal Dhaliwal, author of Ek Ladki Ko De To To Aisa Laga, “Mismatch” includes Prajakta Koli, Rannvijay Sinha, Vidya Malvade, among others. Saraf said the series premiered at a time when he wanted to see something “light-hearted and fun” as an audience member.
“When I read the script, it took me back to the world that we were all, at some point, familiar and in love. There was a feeling of apathy and relativity. Also, the fact that it was a Netflix original was very exciting because we were going to cater to more than 190 countries, ”he said.
4 The Indian Express is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel (@indianexpress) and stay updated with the latest headlines.
For all the latest entertainment news, download the Indian Express app.