Harsh­vard­han to have a quiet birth­day

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Harsh­vard­han Kapoor turns a year older to­day. The ac­tor re­cently re­turned from a hol­i­day in Lon­don, UK and is now busy gear­ing up to kick-start his next project, which is a biopic.

Talk­ing about his birth­day plans this year, Harsh­vard­han says, “I’m go­ing to have lunch with my par­ents and fall asleep early. I just got back from a long break, which involved a lot of go­ing out and late nights, so I’m a bit over that at the mo­ment.”

The ac­tor doesn’t fol­low any birth­day rit­u­als. And on the most spe­cial gift he has ever re­ceived, he says, “I love gifts that have some sort of sen­ti­men­tal value. I’m a sucker for nos­tal­gia and things peo­ple do and say. And that’s not some­one call­ing you to say happy birth­day just be­cause they feel like they need to. It means re­ally do­ing or say­ing some­thing that adds value and shows how much they care.”

He adds, “Right now, the coolest gift that I’ve re­ceived is the work that’s hap­pen­ing on the new draft of the biopic on Ab­hi­nav Bin­dra. Writ­ers Kan­nan Iyer and Ab­hay Ko­ranne are work­ing hard on it. Also di­rec­tor Vikra­ma­ditya Mot­wane is edit­ing the film Bhavesh Joshi. I’m re­ally look­ing for­ward to fin­ish­ing the fi­nal patch work and watch­ing a cut. I think we have some­thing re­ally fresh and cool on our hands.”

Harsh­vard­han Kapoor

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