Ronit Roy accused karan Johar's team, saying- because of them the hollywood film got out of my hands
Ronit Roy recalls how he lost hollywood Film: Actor ronit roy, who played an important role in karan Johar's 'Student of the Year', has recently revealed that a hollywood film slipped out of his hands because of this film. This hand-made film has received many oscar Awards.
Ronit Roy recalls how he lost hollywood Film: ronit roy made his debut with the film 'Jaan Tere Naam'. His film was a hit, but later Ronit turned his attention to tv serials. Ronit reached people door to door with the serial 'Kasauti Zindagi Ki'. However, later also he did small roles in many hindi films. Ronit recently revealed that his hollywood dream remained unfulfilled. The actor disclosed that the hollywood project went out of his hands because of karan Johar's team. He has disclosed this on the stage of 'The kapil sharma Show'.
Ronit will be seen in an important role in karthik Aryan's upcoming film 'Shahzada'. On this occasion, the cast of the film appeared on the stage of 'The kapil sharma Show' for promotion. During this event, Ronit talked about his unfulfilled dream of Hollywood. ronit roy reveals that he has been approached for an important role in the Oscar-winning film 'Zero Dark Thirty'. Meanwhile, ronit roy was supposed to work in karan Johar's 'Student Of The Year', but due to some reason, the shooting of the film got delayed and had not even started yet.
Ronit further said, "I was selected for 'Zero Dark Thirty' without any audition. Then I told Karan's team about it and sought permission to work in the film, as it was a golden opportunity for me. But I had to turn down that hollywood project because Karan's team didn't allow it."
Released in 2012, 'Zero Dark Thirty' was based on the mission to hunt down Osama Bin Laden, the most wanted terrorist in the United States. Kathryn Bigelow's film zero Dark Thirty not only shows what and how happened that night but also tells the story of bin Laden's 10 years of hardship after the 9/11 attacks. The film also won several Oscars and was well-received by the audience.