Harshvardhan, who had worked as a courier boy, gave a helmet to John Abraham there.

Main characteristics:

  • Harshvardhan will be seen in the film being produced under John Abraham’s production house.
  • Harshvardhan Rane still addresses John Abraham as ‘Sir’.
  • Harshvardhan was working as a courier boy in 2004 when he first met John.

Actor Harshvardhan Rane, who has shown his power in films like ‘Sanam Teri Kasam’ and ‘Taish’, is in the news these days due to his film ‘Haseen Dilruba’. Now Harshvardhan will be seen in a film being produced under John Abraham’s production house. Then he remembers an old meeting with John Abraham.

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In an interview to Navbharat Times, Harsh Vardhan said that in 2004 he was working as a courier boy. Recalling the case at that time, the actor said, “I was working as a courier boy and I gave a helmet to John Sarna there. The feeling of seeing him that day whenever I see him.”

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According to Harshvardhan, he still addresses John Abraham as ‘Sir’. Harshvardhan continued, “I call him sir even today. He refuses to say no to me but I can’t. When I first met him, I used to deliver things. Riding a dirty bike. was and today they are producing.” My film. I still get nervous in front of him. I try to open up a bit but can’t. I don’t think it’s possible to be natural in front of him.

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Harshvardhan Rane was in the news in May this year when he had announced to sell his bike to buy oxygen concentrator. In this way he wanted to help the needy. He said that he wanted to sell his bike by posting pictures, after which many people expressed their desire to buy. Harsh Vardhan was successful in arranging three oxygen concentrators for Corona patients by selling his bike.

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