After Sooraj Pancholi, Sonam Kapoor's brother Harshvardhan is set to enter Bollywood with Omprakash Mehra's "Mirziya". The debutant has already grabbed another role by replacing Sidharth Malhotra.
Reportedly, Vikramaditya Motwane's superhero flick "Bhavesh Joshi" was put on the shelf as Sidharth was busy with other projects. But lately, the news is that the director has roped in Harshvardhan for the role, The Times of India reported.
"Vikram and Harsh have known each other well and have been talking about the project. Now, with Eros coming on board, 'Bhavesh Joshi' is back on track. These developments have happened in the last one month," TOI quoted a source as saying.
The story is about a Gujarati man who is on a mission to fight corruption. Reportedly, the story was written when the previous government was in power. However, the role passed on to many actors over time. From Imran Khan to Ranveer Singh to Shahid Kapoor and then Sidharth Malhotra, the "Lootera" director roped in and out many stars.
Finally, Anil Kapoor's son in on board and as a debutant it is an achievement that before showing up on silver screen, the actor has another film in his pocket.
Currently, Harshvardhan is shooting for "Mirziya" opposite another debutant Saiyami Kher. The film portrays the modern version of Mirza-Sahiba's epic love story, which is slated to hit theatres next year.