Harshvardhan , in any case, demands that his life has not been remarkable. At only 32, Harshvardhan Rane, who made his Bollywood make a big appearance this year with Sanam Teri Kasam, will get a book to his name.
Says the Harsh , “My life has been truly offbeat. The distributers saw a story in it and yes, my life has been placed in a book. It’s composed by Mayur Shah and will release e in August.”
At 16 years old, Harshvardhan fled from his home in Gwalior with just Rs 100 in his pocket. Reviews Harshvardhan, “I wanted to escape the drudgery of a small town existence. Any place bigger than Gwalior was fine. I took the first train to Delhi because that was the only fare I could afford.”
Indeed, even in Delhi, where he worked at a telephone corner and afterward in a cybercafé (for Rs 20), Mumbai was dependably at the forefront of his thoughts. “From the time I was a youngI needed to be actor . In Mumbai I got a job distributing DVDs.”
Before long he handled his first acting task on a TV serial called Left Right Left. Reviews the actor , “, “I thought it was a great opportunity since Shah Rukh Khan too had started with television. In fact, I learnt acting in Delhi from Barry John who also taught SRK.”
The next stop for this adventurous actor was Hyderabad, where his first film Thakita Thakita happened without much effort. “I’ve seen the best and worst of times. My parents were divorced when I was a child. I was brought up by my father. But I don’t think my life-story is in any way remarkable. What is remarkable is how acting opportunities have come my way.” – CINEWS