Some Lesser Known Facts About Rohan Chand
- Rohan was born in New York City to parents having roots in India.
- At the age of six, he was recognized by a casting director at a ground where he was playing baseball.
- The director convinced him to give audition for a role in Adam Sandler’s film “Jack and Jill,” and he got the role as Sandler’s adopted son, which became his debut in 2011.
- The same year, he did his Television debut and was starred in an episode of Homeland titled “Crossfire” (ninth episode of the first season) as a young son of a terrorist.
- In 2013, he got the main role in the comedy film- Bad Words in which he played the role of Chaitanya Chopra, who befriended the film’s main character. Here’s a glimpse of his phenomenal acting in the film:
- He auditioned for the Bad Words when he was eight years old, but the film released when he was ten. His acting in the movie was appreciated a lot by the critics.
- Rohan played the younger version of the main character named Young Hassan Haji in the film- The Hundred-Foot Journey.
- Due to his trailblazing work in the entertainment industry, he has been listed among one of the best actors under twenty years of age.
- He was starred in American adventure comedy film- Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, as a young guide at the bazaar.
- In 2018, he became a public sensation with his lead role named Mowgli in Andy Serkis direction- “Mowgli.”
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