Rohan Chand is an American child artist born in Newyork city. He was born in 2004.In 2010, at the age of six, when he was playing baseball he was identified by a director, who suggested him to participate in auditions for the role of Adam Sandler’s, famous Hollywood actor and producer, film Jack and Jill. Winning the role of Jack and Jill, released in 2011 was a turning point in his life.
He played the role of “Gary Sadelstein “adopted the son of Adam Sandler. In the same year, he got a chance to act in a thriller television series “Homeland”, directed by Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa. In an episode titled “Crossfire,” in Homeland he played the role of “Issa Nazir".
He was back to movies again, he was featured in “Lone Survivor”, is a thriller flick based on non-fiction novel directed by Peter Berg.He acted as a son,
. In 2013, was starred in the comedy film “
,” directed by
; he played the role Chaitanya Chopra, who upholds the film’s protagonist. Chand received huge appreciation for his role in Bad Words.
His journey in Hollywood continued with flying colors, Chand was given a role in the film “The Hundred-Foot Journey” as young Hassan; who is the lead actor Manish Dayal. “The Hundred-Foot Journey” was directed by
and good reviews from the audience.
In 2017, he acted in the movie” Jumanji: Welcome to The Jungle” directed by Jake Kasdan.He was given the role of Nipel a young guide at the Bazaar. Chand is yet to be seen in an upcoming fantasy and adventurous movie “
” directed by
the story is all about the upbringing of him as Mowgli.
On the other side Chand never neglects his studies he achieves good grades in his academics as well, he always has a tutor along with him during his shoots. The young actor believes that there is always scope for progression and developing ourselves.