Harman Singha featured in a brief but important role in the Karan Johar film.
It's been just a couple of days since Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani released, and Bollywood fans are just loving every bit of it. The film marked the return of Karan Johar's direction on the big screen after seven long years, and it was definitely worth the wait. The film has a stellar cast, which includes Dharmendra, Jaya Bachchan, Shabana Azmi, Ranveer Singh, and Alia Bhatt in the lead roles. Moreover, there are a few flashback sequences that feature the younger versions of the veteran actors.
Interestingly, the actor who plays the young Dharmendra is Harman Singha. The actor also happens to be the younger brother of Rannvijay Singh Singha.
Harman took to his Instagram page and shared a photo of him posing with Dharmendra, along with a few other snaps. Along with the photo, the actor also penned a note expressing his gratitude for the opportunity to be a part of Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani.
Harman stated, "@aapkadharam has always been the ultimate Bollywood hero for me and my family; his performances across different genres still make us laugh and cry. To be closely associated with someone of his stature is truly an honour. Thank you, @karanjohar, @apoorva1972, @ajit_andhare, @shaunagautam, and @shanoosharmarahihai, for this opportunity. (sic)"
Check out his post below:
Harman has been a part of the OTT world as he has featured in SonyLIV's Potluck, in which he plays Dhruv. The actor was also seen in Disney+ Hotstar's Shoorveer as Dev and The Trip as Marco.
Earlier, while talking about his brother Rannvijay, Harman had told The Telegraph India, "He’s been my third parent, and he always had my back. Back in the day, when he had a choice between the army and MTV, our mother stood up for him and spoke to our father about it. He did the same for me when it came to convincing our parents about my career in Mumbai. He was doing really well for himself, but it was also not a case of him exercising nepotism to help launch me. But I definitely benefited from his goodwill. Every time I mentioned to someone that I was Rannvijay’s brother, it brought a smile to their face."