Long due, but perhaps fated this way. For an actor who started his Bollywood innings with 'Love Story 2050', Harman Baweja has come a long way. Three films, including 'Victory' & 'What's Your Raashee', not much box office success but some appreciation later, Harman is now making a comeback with 'Dishkiyaoon'.
If response to his new action avtar is any indication, Harman could well be on the verge of a new innings at Bollywood.
"'Being patient' would be an understatement for Harman. Otherwise for someone who did a film with Ashutosh Gowariker, has completed one with Anees Bazmee ('It's My Life' is waiting to be released) and could have started another with Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Harman could well have been a broken man after lady luck didn't smile at him. However, he decided to put everything on hold when the going wasn't good. He could have gone berserk, perhaps taken a few wrong career decisions and in the process ended his career for good. Thankfully, some good support from family as well as advice from those close to him helped," says a close associate of the actor.
With his dad Harry Baweja in the world of films for long, he was soon made aware of the ways of Bollywood. The idea was to take a sabbatical, enjoy a breather, wait for a film that actually brought to fore a new him and then strike back with vengeance. It turned out to be a 'pun intended' move indeed, what with 'Dishkiyaoon' turning out to be a film that has vengeance at the core of it.
Produced by Sunil Lulla & Shilpa Shetty and featuring Sunny Deol in a key role, 'Dishkiyaoon' also marks the acting debut of leading lady Ayesha Khanna along with director Sanamjit Talwar. The film releases all over on 28th March.