Dhruv’s Classmates Come Together to Watch Bahaddur

Published: 13th November 2014 06:03 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th November 2014 06:03 AM   |  A+A-

Bahaddu.jpgThe Dhruv Sarja and Radhika Pandit-starrer Bahaddur will be completing 50 days next  week. Dhruv has a special reason to celebrate the occasion. The actor’s classmates from Baldwin’s Methodist College, who have now settled in different parts of the world, have specially come down to watch Bahaddur along with him at Nartaki theatre. “I am so excited to see them. It is like a reunion of Baldwin students and all of us have remained best friends from school. Krishna and Sheela have come from the USA, Lohith has come from Singapore and Ramesh has come from Malaysia only to watch my film. They had all watched the trailer and songs of the film and they are waiting to see me in full action,” says Dhruv. They had also come down to watch my debut film Addhuri and are now here again to enjoy my success with Bahaddur. I am really happy to spend time with them and relive my school days,” he says.

Meanwhile, the actor is yet to decide on his third project and is still reading scripts sent by various directors.

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