Here is the reason why Harshvardhan Rane rejected ‘Ram Leela’

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Mumbai, Feburary 5 (CINEWS): South star Harshvardhan Rane is set to make his presentation in Bollywood with his forthcoming film “Sanam Teri Kasam,” which will be discharged on 5 February. Notwithstanding, the on-screen character could have made his entrance in the Hindi film industry prior on the off chance that he hadn’t dismisses Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s “Goliyon Ki Rasleela – Ram Leela.”

Rane was offered the part of Deepika Padukone’s sibling, which was later played by Sharadh Kelkar. The “Sanam Teri Kasam” performing artist turned down the offer since he would not like to do a negative part. “The way that Sanjay Leela Bhansali needed me to be a piece of his film was a high point in my life. I was not hoping to do negative parts,” Rane told Press Trust of India.

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“I needed to explore new territory and distinctive. Individuals anticipated that me would do negative parts. I needed to break the standard and on account of that I lost on some extraordinary work also,” he included.

In spite of the fact that Rane lost the chance to star in one of Bollywood’s hit movies, “Ram-Leela,” he doesn’t have any misgiving of turning down that offer. “No second thoughts in that capacity. Its a fantasy for any performing artist to be a piece of Sanjay Leela Bhansalis film. I would love to work with him. I seek he has something after me in his next film,” he told the news office.

Like Shah Rukh Khan, Rane has additionally begun his vocation with TV. He, who fled from his home at 16 years old, included in “Left Right Left,” which was his first Television event.

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In the interim, he is making his presentation in sentimental flick “Sanam Teri Kasam,” which has been coordinated by executive twosome Radhika Rao-Vinay Sapru. The on-screen character will star inverse Pakistani performing artist Mawra Hocane. He has likewise marked John Abraham’s home creation film “Satra Ko Shaadi Hai” inverse well known television on-screen character Barun Sobti.

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