Sonam Kapoor’s sibling Harshvardhan affirmed as a lead in ‘Bhavesh Joshi’

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Sonam Kapoor’s sibling Harshvardhan Kapoor is set to win hearts when he makes his acting presentation with Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s “Mirziya” this year. What’s more, even before the arrival of his first film, the actor has sacked another film, titled “Bhavesh Joshi.”

The “Udaan” chief, Vikramaditya Motwane, will coordinate the film, which will be a superhero flick. “Yes, we are making ‘Bhavesh Joshi’ with Harshvardhan Kapoor and the film will go on floors from one month from now,” the movie producer said in an announcement. It is said that Vikramaditya was extremely inspired with Anil Kapoor’s child, Harshvardhan, when he met him surprisingly.

Harshvardhan, who is getting a major launch as a actor through Rakeysh’s “Mirziya,” was, in any case, not the main decision for “Bhavesh Joshi.” It was at first offered to actors  like Imran Khan, Ranveer Singh, Shahid Kapoor and Sidharth Malhotra. In any case, no one was settled, and reports that the film had been retired begun doing the rounds. However, now, the executive has affirmed that the superhero motion picture is set to roll.

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Prior reports had uncovered that Vikramaditya had joined Sonakshi Sinha as the lead on-screen character. Nonetheless, the movie producer denied the reports and said they were still looking for the lead artist of the film.

The producers have not uncovered much about the film’s subject, but rather the storyline is said to be in regards to a vigilante who utilizes his superpowers to spare basic people in Mumbai. The undertaking will be delivered by Phantom Films and it is as of now making a ton of fervor amongst the group of onlookers.

Vikramaditya was to begin rolling the camera for the film in December 2014, yet the adjustment in the cast prompted the postponement of the task. It is presently anticipated that would go on the floors soon, with Harshvardhan as the lead actors.

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