Famous for his celebrated TV roles as Mihir Virani It is Rishabh Bajaj and later his cinematic return, Ronit Roy delivered several memorable performances on both the big and small screen. One of his most iconic roles on the big screen was Udaan, where he played the stern father Bhairav ​​Singh. However, he wasn't the first choice for the role, as he recently revealed!

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Ronit told Lehren Retro that initially Vikramaditya MotwaneThere was no role for him in the film.

He was later asked to play Jimmy when the original actor dropped out. However, as luck would have it, the actor who was also cast as Bhairav ​​Singh dropped out. Ronit recalled that he returned from a photo shoot at 4am and his wife informed him around 7am thatAnurag Kashyap was waiting at his door. Without divulging any details, Ronit was told that he is playing the role of Bhairav ​​Singh while the role of Jimmy went to Ram Kapoor. The rest, they say, is history!
Previously, the actor had spoken about a harrowing nine-year period marked by alcohol addiction, casting a shadow over his promising early years in film.
Reflecting on this difficult phase, he confessed to showing up on set after four hours of drinking, despite always being on time. His behavior, however, betrayed the impact of his nightly gratification, a stark contrast to the responsibility he felt toward his audience.

Amid his career, Ronit Roy's fears played a pivotal role in his recovery journey. He expressed deep concern that he would not be able to help his family or friends in an emergency due to intoxication. This fear acted as a catalyst for change, leading him to face his struggles and make a conscious decision to leave the shadows of alcoholism behind.



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