Rohit Roy is an Indian television and film actor. He is known for his role in Hindi television serials such as Des Mein Niklla Hoga Chand and Swabhimaan. Besides working in television series, Rohit has also acted in notable Bollywood movies such as Kaabil, Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena, Apartment and Plan among others. He starred in the movie Shootout at Lokhandwala, in which he portrayed the character Fattu, one of the gang members. Roy has also directed a short film named Rice Plate – as a part of the anthology film Dus Kahaniyaan.. Roy launched his own fashion brand in the year 2020, Rohit Roy for Styched, in association with Styched Life.
Rohit at Navin Nischol's funeral
|Born||5 April 1968 or |
5 April 1969
Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
|Spouse(s)||Manasi Joshi Roy|
|Relatives||Ronit Roy (brother) |
Sharman Joshi (brother-in-law)
Early life and backgroundEdit
Roy is a Bengali and he had spent his formative years in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. He did his schooling from St. Xavier's School, Ahmedabad. He is also an alumnus of St. Xavier's College, Ahmedabad. He is the younger son of businessman Brothindranath and Dolly Bose Roy. His elder brother, Ronit Roy is a well known television and film actor.
- Tujhpe Dil Qurbaan as Lt. Karan
- Swabhimaan as Rishabh Malhotra
- Kabhie Kabhie as Vijay Sinha
- Saturday Suspense - Haan Maine Coreena Peters Ka Khoon Kiya Hai as Kapil (Episode 95)
- Rishtey – Ajnabee as Aman
- Hera Pheri as Sanjay Premi
- Rishtey – Sparsh as Vineet
- Baat Ban Jaaye as Amit Kapoor
- Gubbare – Bollywood Bite as Roxy
- Milan as Ranbir Kapoor
- Hum Hain Dilwale as Vijay
- Kittie Party
- Kkusum as Abhay Kapoor
- Kya Hadsaa Kya Haqeeqat - Karzz as Nakul Kapoor
- Bhabhi as Raj Malhotra
- Des Mein Niklla Hoga Chand as Yash Diwan (Karan Thakur)
- Sarkarr:Rishton Ki Ankahi Kahani as Karan Pratap Singh
- Nach Baliye 1 as Contestant
- Viraasat as Rahul Lamba
- Wild Ten as Host
- Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 2 as Host
- Yeh Hai Jalwa as Contestant
- Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 3 as Host
- Dil Jeetegi Desi Girl as Host
- Sajda Tere Pyaar Mein as Mahendra Pratap Singh
- Hitler Didi as Major Kabir Chaudhary / Saheb
- Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 6 as Contestant
- The Bachelorette India as Host
- Encounter as Senior Inspector Milind Mandlik
- Peterson Hill as Kishorilal Chadda / Jaggu
- Khooni Saaya as Host
- Memories as Siddharth
- Shakti - Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki as Nishant Bhalla
- Sanjivani as Vardhaan
|Denotes feature films that are not yet released|
|2020||Mumbai Saga||Jaykar Shinde||Filming|
|2018||I.M.A. Gujju||Siddhraj Zala||Gujarati Film|
|2011||Bhorer Alo||Subhankar Bose|||
|2010||Mittal v/s Mittal||Karan Mittal|
|2008||Don Muthu Swami||Preetam|
|2007||Dus Kahaniyaan||Dev||(Anthology film) story Gubbare|
|2007||Shootout at Lokhandwala||Fattu|
|2005||Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena||Rohit|
|2005||Kuchh Meetha Ho Jaye||Pilot Vikram Sinha|
|2003||LOC Kargil||Capt Shashibhushan Ghildyal|
|2002||Kaante||special appearance in song, "Ishq Samundar"|
|2000||Hum To Mohabbat Karega||Rohit|
|1997||Hamein Jahan Pyar Mile|
|1997||Ankhon Mein Tum Ho||Prem|
|1997||Koi Kisise Kum Nahin||Amar|
|1996||Laalchee||Amar Prabhakar Choudhry|
|1994||Gaata Rahe Mera Dil||Unreleased|
Live action filmsEdit
|Film Title||Actor(s)||Character(s)||Dub Language||Original Language||Original Year release||Dub Year release||Notes|
|Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2||Chris Pratt||Peter Quill / Star-Lord||Hindi||English||2017||2017|
|Avengers: Infinity War||Chris Pratt||Peter Quill / Star-Lord||Hindi||English||2018||2018|
|Avengers: Endgame||Chris Pratt||Peter Quill / Star-Lord||Hindi||English||2019||2019|
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