Actor Rohit Roy, who is currently essaying the comic character of Kishori Lal Chadha in the new TV show 'Peterson Hill', says that he had to undergo a mental metamorphosis of sorts as his role is very different from his off-screen image.
“I had to undergo a mental metamorphosis of sorts as this character is nothing like me in real life or even like the characters I've played in television or movies,” Rohit said in a statement.
A popular actor since over two decades, Rohit has also featured in movies like 'Shootout at Lokhandwala', 'Dus Kahaniyaan' and 'LOC Kargil'.
In 'Peterson Hill', which airs on SAB TV, he is seen as a station manager of a railway station near Simla.
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