When Ronit Roy missed out on Oscar-winning film ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ because of ‘Student of the Year’

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Ronit Roy is one of the best actors in the business. He has been part of many hit shows like ‘Adaalat’, ‘Kasautii Zindagii Kay’ and movies like ‘Udaan’, ‘Boss’, and ‘2 States‘ among others. Ronit was also part of Karan Johar‘s ‘Student Of The Year‘ where he played the role of coach Karan Shah. But, Ronit regrets doing that role as he missed out on a Hollywood film.

According to a report by PTI, Ronit had earlier said, “I was offered a very interesting role in ‘Zero Dark Thirty’. But unfortunately, I couldn’t do it due to date problems. I did see the film, and I do regret not being part of it. I was shooting for Karan Johar’s ‘Student of the Year’, and I was looking to work with him and couldn’t let go of this opportunity. We were shooting in Thailand for the film, and there was no way I could manage my dates for ‘Zero Dark Thirty’.”

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A few years back, while speaking to SpotboyE, Ronit revealed that he was approached for the role of a villain in ‘Homeland 6’. He said, “The makers of ‘Homeland’ required 5 months at a stretch and wanted me to come on board immediately, which meant my other projects would have suffered. Plus, ‘Adaalat’ was on-air and I would have had to stay away from kids for that long. Therefore, with a heavy heart, I said no to the venture.”

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