He says, “I’m happy that people are enjoying watching me as Babira, a negative role, who’s always behind the protagonist Prachi (Mughda Chapekar) and Ranbir (Krishna Kaul) and bringing new twists and turns in the story. Now mostly, people know me because of playing negative roles onscreen, but I believe those days are gone when an actor used to be known only for his screen image. Now people connect with us on social media and know who we are in real life. So, I'm not at all afraid of being typecast, if people are enjoying me as a villain, I will definitely entertain them but I wish each time the story is fresh and I don't find myself repeating myself. Otherwise, I would really wish to do some comedy and act in a gentleman’s role. I believe if you are versatile in reality, typecast won't be an issue.”
Mohsin Khan previously essayed a negative role in the popular TV drama ‘Ishqbaaaz’. He continues to say that though the small screen is dominated by women-oriented shows still male actors have great opportunities.
He adds, “No one can change the fact that TV has a great women audience. Hence for ages, it is dominated by female actors. But still, we can't say that male actors are left behind. They do enjoy great popularity and opportunities while shooting for a TV show. Mostly drama based on household stories, works more for Indian audiences, but still such stories have greater opportunities for male actors too. Jaha Eve hai, waha Adam bhi hoga! (Smiles).”
Mohsin Khan has also acted in shows like ‘Mayke Chali Jaungi’ and hosted TV shows like ‘Ab Khulega Rahasya - Food and Travel’ among others.