Rohan Vinod Mehra proud of working his way up

Rohan Vinod Mehra is struggling like several star kids today, and is proud of working his way up. Photo: Hardly Anonymous PR

Rohan Vinod Mehra shared insights into his debut and subsequent path in the entertainment industry. Though his initial project, Baazaar, did not meet with success at the box-office but merely acclaim for his performance, Rohan’s journey towards stardom is marked by auditions and persistence, underscoring his commitment to his craft.

Rohan comments, “I believe I’ve had a very unconventional start to working in the industry. Instant stardom eluded me. In fact, I have auditioned tirelessly for each subsequent role that has come in my path. It’s a journey in which I take immense pride. Kaala, helmed by Bejoy Nambiar, allowed me to explore a role that had different emotions and spanned through generations. The reviews have been humbling and affirming. I like to think that it is a testament to the power of perseverance and love for the craft. I’ve always believed that one should stand their ground and believe in themselves, while continuously trying to improve and explore their craft.”

And Rohan is not alone. Today, many star-kids are struggling in a competitive and ruthless hit-obsessed scenario. Rohan’s own sister, Soniya Mehra, also never made it 15 years ago. And today, Suniel Shetty’s kids Athiya Shetty and Ahan Shetty, Sunny Deol’s son Karan Deol and Rajveer Deol, Poonam Dhillon’s son Anmol Thakeria and daughter Paloma, Bhagyshree’s children Abhimanyu Dassani and Avantika Dassani (she has not even got any film!), Mithun Chakraborty’s Mahakshay and Namashi can tell us exactly how it feels, and joining them soon will be Shanaya Kapoor, Suhana Khan, and more.

Rohan’s father. the late Vinod Mehra, was never in the top five but remained a bankable actor and star for over a decade, working with top actresses and filmmakers.



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