Taking a cue from his relatives family (Nandamuri), Nara Rohit, nephew of former Chief Minister, Chandra Babu Naidu, chose to take an unconventional route and is trying to make a mark from him in the film industry.
Nara Rohit is the son of Nara Ram Murthy Naidu, brother of former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Chandra Babu Naidu. He completed his schooling in Hyderabad and intermediate in Vignan, Vadlamudi. He later graduated from Anna University, Chennai in Industrial Bio Technology.
Rohit’s father used to urge him to take up acting since his +2. After completing his B.Tech, he flew down to USA to do a course in acting at NYFA, New York and filmmaking course at Los Angeles. Later his uncle, Chandra Babu Naidu recommended him to produce Aswini Dutt and thus his debut movie, Banam materialized. The movie earned him good critical acclaim but did not do well at the box office.
His second movie, Solo (2011) directed by Parasuram was a decent hit and the next year, he did a little cameo in Ravi Teja’s Sarocharu and it earned him a good name. His next film, Okkadine hit the screens in 2013 but failed miserably at the box office. 2014 is a mixed bag for Nara Rohit. His first release of the year, Prathinidhi, a socio-political film did reasonably well at the box office. The film received rave reviews from the audience as well as the critics. His last release, Rowdy Fellow was again praised by critics for a novel attempt but the audience did not embrace it for the too slow narration making it a flop at the box office.
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