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It’s difficult to depict dim side on screen: RJ Rohit Vir

Jeetu Likhar



RJ Rohit Vir

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.

Although Jeetu Likhar grew up with strict parents and was never allowed to have videogames or consoles at home, his relationship with gaming started at a young age through social interactions at gaming centres and his friends houses. With the advent of social media and the internet, he fell in love with gaming and movies even more because of how strong the bond of the online community was. Although now he is married with two kids, a beautiful job, and a comfortable job at a bank, gaming will always hold a special place in his heart.