Television actor Rohit Roy says he blames himself for turning into boastful and never working onerous sufficient in his early days as an actor. Rohit has mentioned in an interview that the success of his every day cleaning soap Swabhimaan ‘got to his head’ and he didn’t work to hone his expertise as an actor like he ought to have.
Rohit performed Rishabh Malhotra in Swabhimaan. The present ran for 3 years — from 1995 to 97. It was directed by Mahesh Bhatt and Debaloy Dey.
Speaking to Navbharat Times, Rohit mentioned, that his character had grow to be extraordinarily well-liked with the viewers. “I had become immensely famous in a very short span because of my daily soap Swabhimaan. My character of Rishabh Malhotra was as popular as Sholay’s Gabbar Singh as such a character had never been seen on Indian television before. But all that stardom got to my head and instead of working on improving my acting and other skills, I only became more arrogant,” he mentioned.
Rohit added how extreme praises, comparable to comparisons with Shah Rukh Khan, additionally made him overconfident. “People even told me that I have the potential to overthrow Shah Rukh Khan. At that time, SRK’s Deewana had recently hit the theatres. Anyway, today we all know where SRK has reached in his career and life, and here I am, still struggling,” he added. The actor, nevertheless, maintains that the fault was his personal and he can’t blame anybody else. He added that whereas he could no be the largest famous person on the earth, he’s nonetheless proud of no matter he has achieved in his profession.
Rohit was final seen on the massive display screen in JP Dutta’s Paltan. He additionally performed the villain in Hrithik Roshan’s Kaabil, which additionally starred his brother Ronit Roy.
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