Well known radio racer Rohit Vir picked a part with dim shades for his introduction in Bollywood. He says playing a negative character in “7 Hours to Go” was the “hardest test”, and trusts the gathering of people acknowledges him as an on-screen character.
Rohit plays Kabeer Khemka in “7 Hours To Go”, which is an investigative thriller situated in Mumbai
“Playing a negative character was the hardest test and that is the purpose for picking this part. I am known not this joyful individual dancing around and pulling everybody’s leg, except for this character I needed to make a decent attempt to get the dull side and depict that on-screen,” Rohit said in an announcement.
Rohit, who is a RJ at Radio City 91.1 FM here, said that acting is an alternate ball game when contrasted with being a radio racer.
“It was an astounding knowledge and I trust that the group of onlookers acknowledges me as an on-screen character and gives me as much love and fondness I have gotten as a radio racer,” he said.
“7 Hours To Go”, coordinated by Saurabh Verma, additionally stars Shiv Pandit, Natasa Stankovic and Varun Badola among others. The film discharged on Friday.
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