Rohu is one of the freshwater fish of the carp family which is very popular in India and other parts of the world especially Southeast Asia. This fish is also called “Rui” or “Ruee” or Tapra. Rohu fish belong to the family “Cyprinidae” and the relative “Labeo”. Among all the carp fish Rohu fish is popular due to taste and market demand. Farmers can expect good profits in Rohu agriculture with good farm management practices. In southern India this fish is served mainly as fried fish in any type of party. People often confuse between Rohu and Catla fish because they look similar in shape and size. Allergy: Rohu fish We recommend that you always read labels warnings and directions before using or consuming a product.