Birthday: 06-02-1986
Age: 33
Star sign: Pisces


Rohan Dey is the actor, who portrayed the protagonist “Rajesh Naidu” in his only movie Rockford, a 1999 coming-of-age film directed by Nagesh Kukunoor. The movie annals the arrival of a student to a strict all-boys Christian boarding school in India. The change, however, is substantial for Rajesh, who evolves from being a naïve, innocent, scared boy to a confident and genuine person due to series of events. This film did received positive reviews and was seen as unconventional by many.

Rohan Dey was chosen out of 500 children for the lead role in this movie. He did a phenomenal job depicting the innocence and vulnerability of a 13-year-old. Now more than a decade later Rohan Dey happens to be a production assistant, contrary to wishes of many who saw this movie, and felt that he deserves to be somewhere on the big screen by this age. The actor has maintained a very low profile and has no presence on social media. It’s a fun trivia that none of the child actors in this movie, have any presence on the screen.

Roger Pierre   Hindi Actor

Roger Pierre

On 30 August 1923 in Paris, a boy who went on to become a member of an iconic comedy duo that lead to many shows, three feature films and several series of television programs was born to French women named, Martha. That boy was Roger Pierre though popular belief is that his real name was Jean Le Gall. Although one can’t fail to notice that Jean Le Gall is the name of his character in the didactic film ‘My American Uncle’ of Alain Resnais. It is actually impossible to talk about Pierre, without mentioning Jean-Marc Thibault. This great artist formed with Thibault an iconic team in an era of ORTF, unified for over forty years that inspired a generation. It all started in 1947 when Roger Pierre debuted in the company of Jean-Marc Thibault as an advertising announcer on Radio Luxembourg, the Cave of the Republic. They begin a long career of Parisian writing some 3000 sketches, combining texts, mimes, and songs produced by Maritie and Gilbert Carpentier on Radio Luxembourg. One of their most famous sketches was The Civil War. In 1976, they went on to pursue their individual careers in which Pierre continued to theater and cinema. However, the pair remained inseparable in the collective imagination of generations of viewers and movie goers. Roger Pierre has seen a movie career, scattered over the 50s and 60s, composed of many nanars more or less forgotten. Some we can mention: The Norman Hole (1952) with Bourvil and Bardot, The Gendarme Champignol (1958) with Christmas Roquevert and Jean Richard, The local trains are there (1960) with Louis de Funes, The Malabar are perfume (1966) with Thibault, Darry Cowl, and Francis Blanche. Among the latest movie till date is Olé! (2005) with Gad Elmaleh and Gérard Depardieu. Roger Pierre also shot twice with Alain Resnais, first in My American Uncle (1980), where he was one of the three main characters with Nicole Garcia and Depardieu, and then in 2009, in his last appearance in cinema in the Wild Grass. Roger Pierre was also one of the oldest voices of Big Heads RTL that was a religious program hosted by Philippe Bouvard. And on 23 January 2010, Pierre lost a long fight with cancer and is survived by his family and inconsolable friends. Pierre was buried on, January 28, 2010, in the municipal cemetery of Saint-Ouen alongside his beloved mother, Martha, who died in 1965. It won’t be wrong to say that Jean-Marc Thibault is now a widower.


Rohan Kapoor

Rohan Kapoor is the son of legendary playback singer Mahendra Kapoor. Hence, he wanted to make a big name for him in Bollywood. But he could not deliver what was expected out of him. He was a good singer and started singing at an age of seven with his father and had participated in many stage shows. Later, he had worked as an assistant director with actor-director Manoj Kumar on the set of epic movie ‘Kranti’ that released in 1981. However, he acted even in stage plays and grabbed the opportunity in sharing a stage with Shafi Inamdar, and had featured himself in two popular plays that were directed by Shafi Inamdar. Later, Yash Chopra gave him break in a movie ‘Faasle’ which released in the year 1985 and had even new face Farah playing the heroine of Rohan. It was with ‘Faasle’ both Farah and Rohan made their debut in Bollywood. 'Faasle' bombed at the box office but is still remembered for the melodious tune of composer Shiv-Hari.   In 1985, Rohan acted with Govinda in a movie named “Love 86’ which was again a box-office disaster. In this move, again he was paired with Farah. Later on, even Prakash Mehra had cast him in a movie ‘Imaandaar‘ in which he acted with Sanjay Dutt. Rohan was appreciated in this movie for his performance, but the film did not again do too well at the box office. Soon he was seen in a couple of few films In Bollywood, but the actor could not keep his hold in cine field as an actor or singer much longer. The actor is experienced in singing various kinds of 'gharanas' of Indian classical music. However, Bollywood did not treat this singer well. But this did not stop him from achieving his goal as a singer. He came out with some pop musical private albums. 

Rohan Kapoor Hindi Actor