His name is Rocky Bhatia and he's making his debut with Ajai Sinha's directorial first, 'STOP'. He plays the 'O' of Stop, that is, he plays Om who shares an apartment with his three friends, Sonia (Ishita Arun), Tina (Tejaswini Kollhapure) and Pooja (Gauri Karnik). "For the first time in a film, probably we are showing a purely platonic relationship between these four friends", says Rocky for whom acting never figured in his scheme of things. "That's because I'm more interested in the production and other creative aspects of filmmaking. Stop happened by chance as my father, Laxman Bhatia and the director Ajai Sinha were contemplating to go for either an established star cast or a new one. Since the film was to made in a 'real' manner, they thought of casting new faces and that's how I came in", Interestingly, this reluctant actor wants to stay away from acting in Hindi films as much as possible "primarily because I can't relate to much what's shown in Hindi films. I can't identify with a boy meets girl and their angry parents scenario!" Not even if a big banner woos him, "I wouldn't care less", is his honest reply. He adds, "The reason I agreed to do Om was because he's not your typical hero. He cooks like the other girls and does all the work at home and he's someone who's as real a character as possible."
Rocky who's grown up in Dubai is a level headed guy who has fixed do"s and don'ts as far as Bollywood goes and he's pretty much sure that he will stick to his stance of not 'doing nonsensical roles.' Way to go, boy!