Mohit Raina began his work in Bollywood in 2010. Now after a decade since he debuted in the industry the actor has revealed that the current Coronavirus lockdown has brought in his very first break from work. In a recent interview with IANS Raina admitted that he is enjoying his break from constant work as it is the first time he has stopped for a while in over a decade.
Talking about his early days in the industry Raina said, "After modelling, I started working in television in 2010. And since 2010 I haven't taken a break. I worked back to back on projects."
Raina last appeared in the Netflix original film Mrs. Serial Killer. The film quickly rose up in charts and started trending on Netflix India. The film also stars Jacqueline Fernandez and Manoj Bajpai.
"In 2019, I did five projects and I decided that this year, I am going to plan well, market myself and get a PR. I thought I would get a nice photo shoot done. Now, out of the five projects, I guess four will come out during the lockdown. I have realised that you can't plan anything in life and that's my biggest takeaway from this experience," he added.
Speaking about his family and his relationship with his mother Raina said, "We can't plan anything. I am spending time with my family and doing all those things that I haven't done. I am hearing my mother's college stories, and when you talk to them you realise that these are the moments you cherish all your life."