Released in 2000, "Refugee" revolves around a young Indian Muslim man, who helps illegal refugees from India and Pakistan cross the border.
Since Harshvardhan’s character is based on the life of the martyr who sacrificed his life while serving his nation, it was quite a memorable experience for the actor to live his heroic journey on the big screen.
A three-film deal with JP Dutta puts actor Harshavardhan Rane in high spirits.
Harshvardhan Rane, who is eagerly anticipating the release of his forthcoming war drama, JP Dutta’s Paltan, feels blessed to have got the opportunity to...
The actor, who has in the past shone in Hindi films like "Angaaray", "Criminal" and "Zakhm", sounds a bit surprised at being offered a major Hindi film at this stage of his career.
"A film that enriched all our lives and continues to do so! Thank you JP Dutta for not only making me part of history but also for casting me as I was and also encouraging me to never change a single thing about myself! I am indebted to you and 'Border' for life!" Pooja wrote.
The handsome hunk had to grow his hair for his role.
The handsome hunk recently attended the wedding of his friend Sunny, a local from Ladakh, from whom he rented out a bike for exploring the scenic location.
As part of his character prep, the talented actor who believes in method acting, will not just interact with Army officers but will also be staying with them to get the basics right.
Luv Sinha is the son of veteran actor and politician Shatrughan Sinha.