Rohshini grew up with her mother’s and grandmother’s stories which lead her to her fascination with Indian mythology and folktales. She believes that such stories are not only highly entertaining but also play a vital role in passing along moral values and character traits. At the tender age of 6, she picked up Bharathanatyam and her love towards performing has been increasing ever since.
She started acting in primary school and explored Tamil Rap during high school. She graduated with a Diploma in Performance from LASALLE College of the Arts in 2019 where she discovered her love for devised and physical theatre. Passionate about preserving cultural heritage, Rohshini aspires to be a bridge that connects the Tamil language and culture to the future generations. Recently, she played the role of Sangeetha in Singapore Indian Theatre & Film Explorers (SITFE)’s bilingual theatre production Thuyil (Sleep). Apart from performing, Rohshini is a talented graphite pencil artist.