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Bade Miyan Chote Miyan - Rohed Khan makes surprising revelation; here's why he left Squid Game 2 for the movie

Rohed Khan recently featured in Bade Miyan Chote Miyan. The actor has revealed why he left Squid Game 2 for the Ali Abbas Zafar film.

Bade Miyan Chote Miyan - Rohed Khan makes surprising revelation; here's why he left Squid Game 2 for the movie
Rohed Khan. (Courtesy - Instagram)

Last Updated: 11.25 AM, Apr 24, 2024


Ali Abbas Zafar's film Bade Miyan Chote Miyan was recently released in cinemas. Starring Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff, the movie clashed with Ajay Devgn's Maidaan at the box office on Eid. BMCM had an ensemble star cast, including Rohed Khan, who played the role of the head militant in the film. The Austrian actor recently revealed that he chose Bade Miyan Chote Miyan over Squid Game 2. Although his sister wanted him to do Squid Game 2, the actor felt it was all destined, and he ended up doing BMCM.

Rohed Khan on leaving Squid Game for Bade Miyan Chote Miyan

In an interview with the Free Press Journal, Rohed Khan revealed he signed the contract for Squid Game 2. "I signed the contract for Squid Game but I chose BMCM over it. My sister told me to go for Squid Game, but it's all destined. There was a date clash too, else I would have done Squid Game too," he told the publication.

Apart from making the aforementioned revelation, Rohed mentioned he will also be seen in Sarzameen, ft. Kajol, Ibrahim Ali Khan and Prithviraj Sukumaran. Khan got a call to audition for the Kayoze Irani directorial on the last day of Bade Miyan Chote Miyan's shoot.

"Later, I got to know that director Kayoze Irani loved my audition and the next day I was in Manali for the shoot. It all felt surreal to shoot with Kajol," recalled Rohed.

Rohed Khan on his journey to Mumbai and Bollywood films

Going down memory lane, Rohed Khan revealed he came to Mumbai without a hotel booking. The actor lied to his parents about his visit to Mumbai since he had a breakup and wanted to go somewhere. Khan added that he had a diploma in acting but never used it.

After someone recommended Rohed for modelling at a Bandra pub, he began his modelling journey. The actor wasn't happy doing the same, as he wanted to feature in films and television commercials (advertisements).

Later, he signed up for Karan Johar's Takht; however, the film got shelved. After he flew back to Austria, someone referred his name to Tejas director for the film and he ended up doing the film.

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