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Harman Baweja was 'genuinely reluctant' to do the part in 'Scoop'


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Mumbai, June 5 (IANS) Writer, producer and actor Harman Baweja, who has made a comeback on screen with Hansal Mehta's latest web show titled 'Scoop', said that he was reluctant to do the part.

Harman portrays the role of JCP Shroff, who's pivotal to the story. After being away from the screen for a decade, the actor has made a smashing return.

Overhwhelmed with the response received Harman said: "What can I say, sometimes things are meant to happen. I was genuinely reluctant to do the part, I was busy writing-producing films but it's hard to say no to a filmmaker like Hansal."

"I'm elated with the response and I'd like to thank all the critics and audiences who've shown their appreciation for my work."

'Scoop' is a six-episode series that revolves around a spine-chilling murder case and uncovers a web involving the media, underworld and the Mumbai Police.

Apart from this gripping drama series, Harman Baweja is actively writing and producing films under his banner, Baweja Studios. From the, Hindi adaptation of the critically acclaimed Malayalam film, 'The Great Indian Kitchen' with Sanya Malhotra playing the lead to many more interesting projects lined up that are yet to be announced.



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