Anil Kapoor and Harshvardhan Kapoor to prep for Abhinav Bindra's biopic together

Anil Kapoor and son Harshvardhan Kapoor are all set to play father and son in their upcoming film based on the biopic of Olympic gold winner Abhinav Bindra. They will soon start prepping for the film.
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Anil Kapoor is all set to work with his son Harshvardhan Kapoor for the very first time in Abhinav Bindra's biopic. Harsh will be seen as the Olympic gold winner while Anil will play his onscreen father.
Both the actors will be prepping for the role together. Talking about it, a source stated to a leading daily, "Harsh will leave for Chandigarh (Bindra’s hometown) along with his father, as soon as his next film Bhavesh Joshi releases in May, to begin work on the biopic."
The source further said, "They have freed their calendar from July to October to do extensive research for the movie. Both of them will meet Bindra and his family to understand their nuances and incorporate that into their performances."
Bindra biopic is likely to go on floors in the month of January next year.
Earlier talking about Harshvardhan, Anil stated to a leading magazine, "I feel Harsh is still naive. For example, he’ll say no to very big filmmakers. I hope they understand that he really wants to work with them and means well, but he’s not ready to do those films. I wish he’d at least spoken to me before… But it’s fine… That’s his decision."
When Harsh was asked about the kind of work he aspires to do, he said, "I don’t have to make ample amounts of money, and my films don’t have to make ₹200 crore. I’m really not interested in that. If it happens, that’s phenomenal. I’m just happy to have worked with two of the biggest directors around, and I don’t think you can put a price on that. I’m very clear about what I want. When people see my next film, Bhavesh Joshi, I hope they like it. But the intention is to make a vigilante action film set in Bombay that you’ve never seen before."

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Im glad he said no to big filmmakers, because hopefully someone talented got the chance- even a newcomer!

Ok another biopic. God--- bollywood = no ideas. bollywood=nepotism.

Harsh please don't come back!!! We don't want to see you in films. Please go into business or something else - production, direction, etc.

Anil Kapoor looks the same age as all his friends, the Khans, Akshay, Ajay... His kids look more like their mom. Sonam barely looks like him.

Nepotism Zindabad

LOL. though he looks nice sometimes, survival through daddy's grace.

Harshwardhan cannot act and doesn't look good, he cannot dance and cannot express. If not for daddy's connections and nepotism this guy would never get a film chance

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