Rohan Chand Age, Family, Biography, Facts & More
Bio/Wiki Real NameRohan Chand NicknameChand ProfessionActor Famous RoleMowgli in the film "Mowgli" (2018)
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.”